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Starbucks Trenta

January 17, 2011 by staff 

Starbucks Trenta, Months ago, I wrote a rave about how Starbucks has experienced a new format more coffee. At that time, they were just test marketing the new “Trenta” coffee size, which is about 7 ounces more than the traditional “Venti cups offered at Starbucks now.

It seems that several new reports are coming in saying that the experience with a larger corporate Starbucks has been a success. Starbucks will release 31 ounces of coffee Trenta size to all its coffee stores in the United States later in early May.

This new size will be offered Trenta and iced coffee, iced tea and lemonade iced tea and that will cost about 50 cents more than a drink Venti. Some of us are beginning to see the new drinks Trenta undertaken earlier than the rest of the nation. Starbucks is looking for 14 states to begin the process of integrating the new size of 1 February.

As I indicated in my previous rave, it will be a boost to those whose addiction to caffeine needs a bigger boost. For a company that has been raised in a bigger is better mentality, Starbucks has found a niche and I’m sure, to exploit it as only they can.
Starbucks is preparing to deploy its size drink even more – the 31-ounce “Trenta.”
The new format will only be available for iced coffee, iced tea and lemonade-iced tea.

It is 7 ounces larger than the company “Venti cup frozen drinks.

Drinks in the size Trenta cost 50 cents more than similar companies Venti iced drinks.

Starbucks said customers asked for large cold drinks, and this has prompted the new size.

The new format will be at Starbucks from May 3

Virginia and 13 other states will start selling the “Trenta” size in February.

Source: http://www.rantrave.com/Rave/More-Starbucks-Trenta-Big-Gulp-Coming.aspx

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