As Memorial Day marked the unofficial start of summer, so too did Starbucks, which announced two new cold-brew coffee drinks just in time for the warmer weather.
Both the Nitro Cold Brew and Vanilla Sweet Cream Cold Brew will be available at stores around the country this summer. Starbucks announced the beverages in a press release Tuesday.
The Nitro Cold Brew — cold-brew coffee "infused with nitrogen for a smooth, creamy texture" — is served unsweetened without ice.
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The drink is currently served at stores in Seattle and will be offered at 500 locations nationwide by the end of the summer, starting with Portland, New York, Chciago, Boston, San Francisco and Los Angeles, according to Starbucks.
The coffee giant's second new beverage, the Vanilla Sweet Cream Cold Brew, consists of cold-brew coffee topped with house-made sweet cream. It will be available this summer in the U.S. and Canada.