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FoodStarbucks' New Coffee Line Pairs Perfectly with Sweet AND Savory Breakfasts

14:35  15 june  2019
14:35  15 june  2019 Source:   tasteofhome.com

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Food and beverage pairing typically involves wine or beer, but Starbucks is bringing a new combo to the table that will wake you up instead of The chain’s latest at-home innovation is called Starbucks Pairings, a line of three coffee blends carefully crafted to complement your favorite breakfast foods.

These new Starbucks ® Coffees make it easy to start the day at your best giving customers the signature taste they know and love, now with just little more than their average cup of coffee . The three blends include: Essential Vitamins: With five B vitamins to help keep your body running at its best.

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As a huge fan of Starbucks, I'm always excited to see what drinks and changes come next. From color-changing reusable cups to quick at-home delivery, The ubiquitous coffee shop is constantly trying new things. Now, Starbucks is releasing a new innovation: Starbucks Pairings.

What You Need to Know About Starbucks Pairings

Starbucks partnered with The Culinary Institute of America to design a line of coffee that will complement your breakfast meal. It's kind of like wine pairing, but with coffee that complements sweet and savory breakfasts ranging from waffles to omelets to avo toast. Starbucks Pairings launched three medium roast flavors: Sweet Mornings, Savory Mornings and Dessert.

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Experience your coffee at home in a whole new way. Coffee comes alive in the company of certain Every pairing is unique and will take your home coffee experience to new heights. Bring out the best flavors in your coffee and food with new Starbucks ® Pairings, available in Savory Mornings, Sweet

A sweet and creamy twist on a newer Starbucks staple Starbucks created a ‘ coffee blend’ that pairs perfectly with your avocado toast. Starbucks ’ latest at-home innovation is called Starbucks Pairings, a line of three coffee blends carefully crafted to complement your favorite breakfast foods.

Starbucks' New Coffee Line Pairs Perfectly with Sweet AND Savory Breakfasts© Courtesy Starbucks dessert-2-1560363316

What Food Do I Pair My Coffee With?

No matter what you're eating for breakfast, there's bound to be a coffee for you.

  • Sweet Mornings: Choose this blend when you're opting for a sweet pick-me-up breakfast. The coffee has notes of cocoa and dried fruit which matches well with a fruit-filled pastry, cereal or yogurt.
  • Savory Mornings: If you prefer avocado toast over a stack of pancakes, then the Savory Mornings Blend is the right choice for you. This buttery blend has hints of herbs with pair beautifully with omelets, bacon and other salty, savory breakfasts.
  • Dessert Blend: Craving an indulgent dessert for breakfast? Make sure you grab a cup of this coffee. With a touch of orange zest and candied ginger, this coffee brings out the best in sweet, rich desserts.

Where can you get the Starbucks Pairings?

Right now, you can find 'em in Starbucks stores. The roasts are sold as ground coffee of K-cups for $10. We've heard rumors that Starbucks Pairings will be available on Amazon soon, too.

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