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Stop Everything: Starbucks Is Now Available for Delivery!

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Stop Everything: Starbucks Is Now Available for Delivery!
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FINALLY.

Missing your Starbucks fix? One option is to make your own Starbucks-inspired drinks at home—but we get that not everyone has the confidence to be their own barista. The good news? Starbucks is now on GrabFood, so your favorite cup of joe is now within reach.

Coffee and caramel just go together perfectly—and the Caramel Macchiatto is one of the best ways to enjoy the combo.
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Feel like starting (or ending) your day on a warm note? Go for the Caramel Macchiatto (P185/hot)—one of their bestselling drinks with steamed milk, vanilla syrup, and espresso topped with a caramel drizzle. If you’re looking for respite from the extreme heat we’ve been experiencing lately, get one of their iced drinks: the cold-and-chewy Coffee Jelly Frappuccino (P190) or Cold Brew (P170) for the caffeine-crazed, or the Iced Shaken Hibiscus Tea with Pomegranate Pearl (P160) for those just looking for a bit of refreshment.

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The Coffee Jelly Frappuccino lets you have fun chewing the jelly bits in between sips of the frappuccino.
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Pair your drink with the Bacon Belgian Waffle (P140) for a savory-sweet breakfast or afternoon snack. And if you prefer to brew your own coffee, you can also get whole beans, such as the medium roast Starbucks Ethiopia (P445) or dark roast Starbucks Caffe Verona (P420).

The Bacon Belgian Waffle is a savory-sweet treat with yeast-raised dough with sugar pearls and bacon bits.
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The American coffee chain first opened in Seattle in 1971. They arrived in our shores in 1997, with their first branch at the 6750 Ayala Building in Makati.

For orders, find Starbucks on GrabFood. For more information, check out Starbucks Philippines’ Facebook page.

*This story originally appeared on Spot.phMinor edits have been made by the Preview.ph editors.

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