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Starbucks’ New Cold Brew Mason Jar Is Only Available in Singapore

Starbucks’ New Cold Brew Mason Jar Is Only Available in Singapore

The company initially brought its cold brew to Singapore last summer

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The company first launched its cold brew in 2015 in the United States.

Starbucks has had an exciting few weeks, with the launch of its barrel-aged coffee, the announcement of its first location in Italy, and two new macchiato drinks. The company has added to this series of new products with the recent debut of cold brew in branded mason jars currently available in Singapore.

Last year, the company sold mason jars with green caps in South Korea, but the new limited-edition version comes with a black cap instead, Mashable reported.

The jars are emblazoned with the classic Starbucks mermaid logo and appear to come with a screw-top lid.

Don’t book your tickets to Singapore just yet; the company confirmed to Seventeen that the drinkware is only available in the Southeast Asian island “for now.”

The mason jars are currently available for 8.90 Singapore dollars ($6.30) retail or SG$5.90 ($4.20) with the purchase of a cold brew.


#Starbucks เกาหลี ถ้าสั่งเครื่องดื่ม Cold Brew และมียอดซื้อ 20,000 วอนขึ้นไป จะได้แก้ว mug แบบนี้ด้วย #VisitKorea pic.twitter.com/txIs0kgR4r

— 아이엠냇싸 ♬ (@IamNaZza) June 23, 2016

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Ever since cold brew began its triumphant march, all puns about "cold coffee" have completely disappeared. What was once an analogy for stale and tasteless crap is now truly a hype drink.

Ever since cold brew began its triumphant march, all puns about “cold coffee” have completely disappeared. What was once an analogy for stale and tasteless crap is now truly a hype drink.

The art of extracting coffee with cold water has shown many people that coffee doesn’t always have to come from a coffee machine. Cold brew also proves the mile-wide difference between good and bad coffee beans:

  • Brewing bad beans hot, then letting the coffee go cold, tastes disgusting.
  • Brewing good coffee beans hot, tastes almost even better when cold.

By saving yourself the trouble of brewing good beans using heat, you’ll discover completely different aromas.

Magic? No, just a matter of craftsmanship! I’ve refreshed my Cold Brew Guide a little and expanded on my tips and recipes, because next summer is on the way. Or the next blizzard – after all, cold brew is good anytime.


Cold Brew: Recipes, Tips and Fresh Ideas

Ever since cold brew began its triumphant march, all puns about "cold coffee" have completely disappeared. What was once an analogy for stale and tasteless crap is now truly a hype drink.

Ever since cold brew began its triumphant march, all puns about “cold coffee” have completely disappeared. What was once an analogy for stale and tasteless crap is now truly a hype drink.

The art of extracting coffee with cold water has shown many people that coffee doesn’t always have to come from a coffee machine. Cold brew also proves the mile-wide difference between good and bad coffee beans:

  • Brewing bad beans hot, then letting the coffee go cold, tastes disgusting.
  • Brewing good coffee beans hot, tastes almost even better when cold.

By saving yourself the trouble of brewing good beans using heat, you’ll discover completely different aromas.

Magic? No, just a matter of craftsmanship! I’ve refreshed my Cold Brew Guide a little and expanded on my tips and recipes, because next summer is on the way. Or the next blizzard – after all, cold brew is good anytime.


Cold Brew: Recipes, Tips and Fresh Ideas

Ever since cold brew began its triumphant march, all puns about "cold coffee" have completely disappeared. What was once an analogy for stale and tasteless crap is now truly a hype drink.

Ever since cold brew began its triumphant march, all puns about “cold coffee” have completely disappeared. What was once an analogy for stale and tasteless crap is now truly a hype drink.

The art of extracting coffee with cold water has shown many people that coffee doesn’t always have to come from a coffee machine. Cold brew also proves the mile-wide difference between good and bad coffee beans:

  • Brewing bad beans hot, then letting the coffee go cold, tastes disgusting.
  • Brewing good coffee beans hot, tastes almost even better when cold.

By saving yourself the trouble of brewing good beans using heat, you’ll discover completely different aromas.

Magic? No, just a matter of craftsmanship! I’ve refreshed my Cold Brew Guide a little and expanded on my tips and recipes, because next summer is on the way. Or the next blizzard – after all, cold brew is good anytime.


Cold Brew: Recipes, Tips and Fresh Ideas

Ever since cold brew began its triumphant march, all puns about "cold coffee" have completely disappeared. What was once an analogy for stale and tasteless crap is now truly a hype drink.

Ever since cold brew began its triumphant march, all puns about “cold coffee” have completely disappeared. What was once an analogy for stale and tasteless crap is now truly a hype drink.

The art of extracting coffee with cold water has shown many people that coffee doesn’t always have to come from a coffee machine. Cold brew also proves the mile-wide difference between good and bad coffee beans:

  • Brewing bad beans hot, then letting the coffee go cold, tastes disgusting.
  • Brewing good coffee beans hot, tastes almost even better when cold.

By saving yourself the trouble of brewing good beans using heat, you’ll discover completely different aromas.

Magic? No, just a matter of craftsmanship! I’ve refreshed my Cold Brew Guide a little and expanded on my tips and recipes, because next summer is on the way. Or the next blizzard – after all, cold brew is good anytime.


Cold Brew: Recipes, Tips and Fresh Ideas

Ever since cold brew began its triumphant march, all puns about "cold coffee" have completely disappeared. What was once an analogy for stale and tasteless crap is now truly a hype drink.

Ever since cold brew began its triumphant march, all puns about “cold coffee” have completely disappeared. What was once an analogy for stale and tasteless crap is now truly a hype drink.

The art of extracting coffee with cold water has shown many people that coffee doesn’t always have to come from a coffee machine. Cold brew also proves the mile-wide difference between good and bad coffee beans:

  • Brewing bad beans hot, then letting the coffee go cold, tastes disgusting.
  • Brewing good coffee beans hot, tastes almost even better when cold.

By saving yourself the trouble of brewing good beans using heat, you’ll discover completely different aromas.

Magic? No, just a matter of craftsmanship! I’ve refreshed my Cold Brew Guide a little and expanded on my tips and recipes, because next summer is on the way. Or the next blizzard – after all, cold brew is good anytime.


Cold Brew: Recipes, Tips and Fresh Ideas

Ever since cold brew began its triumphant march, all puns about "cold coffee" have completely disappeared. What was once an analogy for stale and tasteless crap is now truly a hype drink.

Ever since cold brew began its triumphant march, all puns about “cold coffee” have completely disappeared. What was once an analogy for stale and tasteless crap is now truly a hype drink.

The art of extracting coffee with cold water has shown many people that coffee doesn’t always have to come from a coffee machine. Cold brew also proves the mile-wide difference between good and bad coffee beans:

  • Brewing bad beans hot, then letting the coffee go cold, tastes disgusting.
  • Brewing good coffee beans hot, tastes almost even better when cold.

By saving yourself the trouble of brewing good beans using heat, you’ll discover completely different aromas.

Magic? No, just a matter of craftsmanship! I’ve refreshed my Cold Brew Guide a little and expanded on my tips and recipes, because next summer is on the way. Or the next blizzard – after all, cold brew is good anytime.


Cold Brew: Recipes, Tips and Fresh Ideas

Ever since cold brew began its triumphant march, all puns about "cold coffee" have completely disappeared. What was once an analogy for stale and tasteless crap is now truly a hype drink.

Ever since cold brew began its triumphant march, all puns about “cold coffee” have completely disappeared. What was once an analogy for stale and tasteless crap is now truly a hype drink.

The art of extracting coffee with cold water has shown many people that coffee doesn’t always have to come from a coffee machine. Cold brew also proves the mile-wide difference between good and bad coffee beans:

  • Brewing bad beans hot, then letting the coffee go cold, tastes disgusting.
  • Brewing good coffee beans hot, tastes almost even better when cold.

By saving yourself the trouble of brewing good beans using heat, you’ll discover completely different aromas.

Magic? No, just a matter of craftsmanship! I’ve refreshed my Cold Brew Guide a little and expanded on my tips and recipes, because next summer is on the way. Or the next blizzard – after all, cold brew is good anytime.


Cold Brew: Recipes, Tips and Fresh Ideas

Ever since cold brew began its triumphant march, all puns about "cold coffee" have completely disappeared. What was once an analogy for stale and tasteless crap is now truly a hype drink.

Ever since cold brew began its triumphant march, all puns about “cold coffee” have completely disappeared. What was once an analogy for stale and tasteless crap is now truly a hype drink.

The art of extracting coffee with cold water has shown many people that coffee doesn’t always have to come from a coffee machine. Cold brew also proves the mile-wide difference between good and bad coffee beans:

  • Brewing bad beans hot, then letting the coffee go cold, tastes disgusting.
  • Brewing good coffee beans hot, tastes almost even better when cold.

By saving yourself the trouble of brewing good beans using heat, you’ll discover completely different aromas.

Magic? No, just a matter of craftsmanship! I’ve refreshed my Cold Brew Guide a little and expanded on my tips and recipes, because next summer is on the way. Or the next blizzard – after all, cold brew is good anytime.


Cold Brew: Recipes, Tips and Fresh Ideas

Ever since cold brew began its triumphant march, all puns about "cold coffee" have completely disappeared. What was once an analogy for stale and tasteless crap is now truly a hype drink.

Ever since cold brew began its triumphant march, all puns about “cold coffee” have completely disappeared. What was once an analogy for stale and tasteless crap is now truly a hype drink.

The art of extracting coffee with cold water has shown many people that coffee doesn’t always have to come from a coffee machine. Cold brew also proves the mile-wide difference between good and bad coffee beans:

  • Brewing bad beans hot, then letting the coffee go cold, tastes disgusting.
  • Brewing good coffee beans hot, tastes almost even better when cold.

By saving yourself the trouble of brewing good beans using heat, you’ll discover completely different aromas.

Magic? No, just a matter of craftsmanship! I’ve refreshed my Cold Brew Guide a little and expanded on my tips and recipes, because next summer is on the way. Or the next blizzard – after all, cold brew is good anytime.


Cold Brew: Recipes, Tips and Fresh Ideas

Ever since cold brew began its triumphant march, all puns about "cold coffee" have completely disappeared. What was once an analogy for stale and tasteless crap is now truly a hype drink.

Ever since cold brew began its triumphant march, all puns about “cold coffee” have completely disappeared. What was once an analogy for stale and tasteless crap is now truly a hype drink.

The art of extracting coffee with cold water has shown many people that coffee doesn’t always have to come from a coffee machine. Cold brew also proves the mile-wide difference between good and bad coffee beans:

  • Brewing bad beans hot, then letting the coffee go cold, tastes disgusting.
  • Brewing good coffee beans hot, tastes almost even better when cold.

By saving yourself the trouble of brewing good beans using heat, you’ll discover completely different aromas.

Magic? No, just a matter of craftsmanship! I’ve refreshed my Cold Brew Guide a little and expanded on my tips and recipes, because next summer is on the way. Or the next blizzard – after all, cold brew is good anytime.