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11 most famous teas at Starbucks.
Starbucks is the #1 shop to get your iced tea or even hot tea. Here are the 11 most famous teas at Starbucks that I love. And at the end of this post, there will be links to other things from Tea Jubilee. And I might have a link to some yummy treats as well.
So, let’s learn about the 11 most famous teas at Starbucks.
Although Starbucks isn’t overall healthy, you can make these teas into something you’ll love to have. Here is a list of thirteen teas you could try on your next Starbucks trip.
You might think these teas are the best for the tea beverages that real customers often order.
1. Iced Chai Tea Latte
The most popular drink is the Iced Chai Tea Latte.
And it’s no wonder why this is a great tea. I have had it a few times, and it is suitable for summertime. No matter the season, I can’t seem to get enough of this sweet and spicy iced tea latte. It is made with Milk, Black tea, and a hint of Nutmeg.
By the way, if you do want to try this tea out. I have another post here on my site that is a recipe for Chai tea. Check it out here. This black tea drink is a favorite among tea and coffee drinkers with cinnamon, cloves, ginger, and honey notes.
But of course, this latte also provides a nice caffeine boost; try this out instead of coffee.
2. Chai Latte (Hot)
Move over from the iced chai to the Hot Chai latte.
Not only does this tea have a great spice flavor in each sip, but this tea is also one of my favorites during the cold weather and even during Christmas time; I love Christmas time so much.
It combines spicy chai tea with creamy, steamed milk with a topping of whipped cream and nutmeg. The hot chai latte is warm and cozy.
3. Vanilla Chai Latte (Hot)
Oh yay! We came to another favorite tea of mine. Vanilla Chat Tea Latte! Why is this tea so loved? Keep reading to learn that like the Iced Vanilla Chai Tea Latte. Then, of course, this toasty hot chai and steamed milk are poured over the vanilla and with a scoop of foam, which might be a tea that I want to try this year.
4. Iced Matcha Green Tea Latte
Like the Iced Matcha Green Tea Latte, Starbucks matcha drinks are also among Starbucks’ most famous drinks.
This tea is Sweetened matcha tea powder, and milk is shaken together and poured over ice to create this healthy, yummy tea. Matcha drinks can be sweet and creamy, and it’s easy to see why it’s a favorite among Starbucks tea drinkers.
5. Iced Green Tea
The Starbucks Iced Green Tea is a delicious mixture of liquid cane sugar, iced green tea, and filtered ice.
What’s incredible about this tea is that this refreshing iced tea can be made sugar-free by asking your barista to leave out the syrup.
6. Iced Peach Green Tea Lemonade
The next tea has to be Iced Peach Green Tea Lemonade, and this tea has a thirst-quenching flavor of peach-flavored fruit juice, iced green tea, and lemonade. And, Whoever came up with this drink needs a gold medal! I mean, I had this one a few weeks ago, and oh my goodness, it was so good!
Like all green teas, the iced green tea drink contains caffeine, which would make this tea great for your morning coffee replacement.
7. Matcha Green Tea Frappuccino
One of Starbucks’ most popular blended beverages is the Matcha Green Tea Frappuccino. This green-colored frapp is an effortless blend of sweetened matcha powder, ice, milk, creme frappuccino syrup, and classic syrup.
Of course, a big swirl of vanilla whipped cream makes this tea-based frappuccino irresistible.
8. Iced Passion Tango Tea Lemonade
The Iced Passion Tango Tea is one of the tastiest tea you have had. This tea is a blend of hibiscus, lemongrass, and apples.
They are being sweetened with liquid cane sugar, like all Starbucks iced tea lemonade drinks.
This Passion Tango tea is hand-shaken mixed with ice and lemonade. This pink herbal iced tea is sweet, tasty, and caffeine-free, making this tea unique for a morning drink.
9. The Iced Passion Tango Tea
This next tea is fantastic! Being iced and sweet, this will make a perfect tea for your summer. Even though I haven’t had this, I have heard that it’s a customer favorite from my sister, who worked at Starbucks.
A handshake blend of Passion Tango tea, made with hibiscus, liquid cane sugar, and ice, certainly quenches your thirst. And the cool thing is, this drink turns pink too!
10. Honey Citrus Mint Tea
Initially, a customer creation, “Medicine Ball Tea,” was so famous Honey Citrus Mint Tea. This tea drink is a delightful blend of Citrus Mint green tea and Peach herbal tea. Wow, that sounds like a good tea to try soon!
The tea bags are steeped in hot water for about five minutes and steamed lemonade with a touch of honey.
For even more minty flavor, some customers request peppermint syrup, too. Not me. I think it’s best with just a hint of mint leaf.
11. Matcha Green Tea Latte (Hot)
Starbucks Japanese green tea matcha blend and steamed milk come together to create a sweet and creamy Hot Matcha Green Tea Latte that customers love.
However, if you’re looking for a healthy matcha drink, this isn’t it.
Starbucks matcha powder contains lots of sugar, and a grande matcha green tea latte, for instance, has 32 grams of it. Nonetheless, this hot matcha latte tastes good, and it’s easy to see why Starbucks customers buy it again and again.
More from Tea Jubilee
What did you like about the 11 most famous teas at Starbucks? I would love to hear what you want on this list. Mine is
So, these teas make me want to make some at my home. What about you? Here are some recipes from Tea Jubilee to try out soon.
Dragon fruit tea. (A drink you can cool down with!)
Green tea with almond milk. (Or any milk you want)
August is national peach month, so grab this recipe to make Peach Cheesecake 3 ways to enjoy these yummies!
Till next time.