We're reader-supported and only partner with brands we trust. When you buy through links on our site we may receive a small commission at no extra cost to you. Learn More. Product prices and availability are accurate as of the date and time indicated and are subject to change.
Starbucks introduced a new set of ready-to-drink beverages at grocery stores, making the Starbucks Pink Drink and Starbucks Paradise Drink easier to sip than ever before. Heading to your local Starbucks for these libations is no longer necessary; just take a quick trip to a grocery that carries them.
These drinks dropped at the same time as the Starbucks spring cups. They also come right on the heels of the anticipated Starbucks Cinnamon Caramel Cream. The chain really seems to enjoy making a splash with a bunch of news all at once.
There are so many ways to save at Starbucks, and we have Starbucks coupons you should keep handy. Here’s everything to know about where you can find the beloved Starbucks Pink Drink in stores and when! Plus info on a collab with fashion designer Brandon Blackwood that will have you toting your drink in style (assuming you’re willing to cough up the $75 for it). But more on that in a minute.
For more smart shopping tips and savings hacks, text HACKS to 57299.
There are seven new Starbucks drinks in grocery stores.
Each of these new drinks should taste like their counterparts in normal Starbucks stores. Here’s what you can expect:
- Starbucks Pink Drink: a mix of strawberry, acai juice, coconut milk, and fruit juice
- Starbucks Paradise Drink: a mix of pineapple, passionfruit, coconut milk, and fruit juice
- Starbucks Caramel Frappuccino: caramel syrup, coffee, and milk blended
- Starbucks White Chocolate Mocha Frappuccino: white mocha syrup, coffee, and milk blended
- Starbucks Doubleshot Energy Caramel: a blend of caramel, B vitamins, guarana, and ginseng
- Starbucks Black Espresso Americano: an espresso and water blend chilled
- Starbucks Milk & Sugar Espresso Americano: an espresso, milk, sugar, and water blend chilled
Target.com lists a 14-ounce bottle of Starbucks Pink Drink Strawberry Acai + Coconut Milk for $3.49. Walmart has it listed for $3.18 (but beware of third-party sellers who are marking up the price because of limited availability). Depending on your location, the Pink Drink may be available to pick up. Check your store app to see.
Many people report the bottled Starbucks Paradise Drink tastes exactly like the Dole Whip now available in grocery stores.
Walmart, Target, and most grocery stores will carry a selection, but may not carry all.
According to Starbucks, the new bottled drinks, including the Starbucks Pink Drink and Starbucks Paradise drinks, will be available wherever groceries are sold.
We’ve seen Starbucks products at grocery stores like Target, Walmart, Kroger, and Safeway. Plus they’ve been spotted in CVS and Walgreens. On April 9 the Starbucks Pink Drink popped up on Target.com and, depending on your location, may be available for pickup.
Here are the drinks that we’ve spotted in the wild on store shelves:
Related: How to Order the Starbucks Medicine Ball Drink
The bottled Starbucks Pink Drink will sell for $3.49 (compared to $4.95 at Starbucks).
Each of the new bottled Starbucks drinks will cost less than $6. Seven drinks are being released, with the Starbucks White Chocolate Mocha being sold in a mini can and returning in a bottled version. Here are the drinks that you can expect to see next week:
- Starbucks Pink Drink (14 oz): $3.49
- Starbucks Paradise Drink (14 oz): $3.67
- Starbucks Caramel Frappuccino Mini (6.5 oz / 8-pack): $11.99 or $1.50 per can ($13.49 at Target)
- Starbucks White Chocolate Mocha Frappuccino Mini (6.5 oz / 8-pack): $11.99 or $1.50 per can ($13.49 at Target)
- Starbucks White Chocolate Mocha Frappuccino (13.7 oz): $3.75
- Starbucks Doubleshot Energy Caramel (15 oz): $3.67
- Starbucks Black Espresso Americano (40 oz): $5.49
- Starbucks Milk & Sugar Espresso Americano (40 oz): $5.49
NOTE: Prices will depend on the grocery store and location where you purchase your drinks. The prices listed here are the suggested retail value from Starbucks.
The bottled Starbucks Pink Drink will save you 16%.
Both a grande (16-ounce) Starbucks Pink Drink and Starbucks Paradise Drink at a Starbucks cafe will cost you $4.95 or $0.31/ounce. When you purchase the bottled version (14 ounces) of both drinks, you’ll be paying $3.67, or $0.26/ounce. That means you’ll save 16.1% if you stock up on bottled Pink Drinks instead of going to your local Starbucks.
The Starbucks x Brandon Blackwood collab includes a $75 Pink Drink-inspired bag to tote your favorite beverage.
In “What will they think of next?” news, fashion designer Brandon Blackwood is teaming up with Starbucks to release two Sip & Sling bags, each featuring a compartment perfectly sized to tote a 14-ounce bottle of the Pink Drink or Paradise Drink. One is the very same shade of pink featured on the cap of the Pink Drink. The other complements the yellow of the Paradise Drink. Each retails for, brace yourself, $75. For the record, you could buy 21 Pink Drinks at the Target price of $3.49 for the cost of the bag. But you do you. We don’t want to get in the way of fashion.
The Sip & Sling bags have a removable crossbody strap and look as though they can also accommodate a cell phone in addition to your bottled drink. They’re currently listed as coming soon on Blackwood’s website.
Make your own Starbucks Pink Drink at home.
Making your own Starbucks Pink Drink at home is an easy alternative that you can do to make the drink on a budget. All you need to do is blend these ingredients and add them to a glass of passion fruit tea:
- ½ cup of strawberries
- ½ cup of acai juice
- ½ cup of coconut milk
- ½ cup of ice
This recipe will give you around 16 – 20 ounces.