The collection consists of mugs, water bottles, tumblers, cold cups, glasses, jars and even an adorable bunny plush.
To celebrate this year’s Mid-Autumn Festival, Starbucks Singapore has released a new collection of ware that features bunnies.
The collection consists of mugs (from $28.90), water bottles (from $24.90), tumblers (from $27.90), cold cups (from $29.90), glasses ($45.90), jars ($37.90) and even an adorable bunny plush that doubles up as a pouch ($27.90).
Three items are also available exclusively on Lazada and Shopee: Reach the Sky Mug 12oz ($30.90), Gradient Blue Glass Jar 40oz ($37.90) and the Starry Night Glass with Saucer Set 14oz ($45.90).
Of course, what is the Mid-Autumn Festival without mooncakes? Apart from the traditional Lotus Paste with Egg Yolk mooncake, Starbucks also has an assortment of different flavours, including Starbucks Coffee with Caramel and Hazelnut, Salted Caramel Dark Chocolate, Mango Yuzu and finally, Pandan Gula Melaka (Ondeh Ondeh).
The mooncakes are available at Starbucks stores, Lazada and Shopee. It costs $60.90 for eight pieces.
Each baked mooncake gift box comes with an exclusive reusable Starbucks gift bag. You can also buy single mooncakes in stores or on GrabFood, Foodpanda and Deliveroo.
With the products and mooncakes Starbucks is offering, you can be prepared for a tasty festival surrounded by adorable bunnies.
If you’re looking for unique mooncakes to get, check out our list here.
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