“We’re thrilled that the beloved Pink Drink is joining the Starbucks menu, just in time for the warmer spring months,” Vivienne Long, Starbucks vice president, U.S. Retail Beverages said in a press release. “This delicious and refreshing drink is a celebration of our customers’ and baristas’ creativity and is just one of the 170,000 ways we craft beverages to meet each person’s unique taste preferences.”
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The Pink Drink is similar to the Strawberry Acai Starbucks Refresher, but it uses coconut milk instead of water, with an added flourish of fresh strawberries on top.