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Starbucks adds three new chocolate drinks for Valentine’s Day

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Starbucks released three new drinks for a limited time just in time for Valentine's Day. (Starbucks)

Starbucks unveiled three new chocolate drinks for Valentine’s Day. (Starbucks)

SEATTLE, Wash. – Starbucks is going to make chocolate lovers happy this Valentine’s Day.

Starting Monday, the coffee chain will begin making three new chocolate beverages – Molten Chocolate Latte, Molten Chocolate Frappuccino Blended Beverage and Molten Hot Chocolate .

Starbucks describes its triad of beverages as follows:

Molten Chocolate Latte: Chocolaty chips are melted into espresso, then topped with steamed milk combined with bittersweet mocha sauce. This latte is finished with mocha and espresso-infused whipped cream and an espresso mocha drizzle. It’s available hot and iced.

Molten Chocolate Frappuccino® Blended Beverage: Coffee with rich mocha sauce and chocolaty chips blended with milk and ice. This beverage is finished with mocha and espresso-infused whipped cream and an espresso mocha drizzle.

Molten Hot Chocolate: Bittersweet mocha sauce and chocolaty chips melted into steamed milk for a smooth and creamy taste. Mocha and espresso-infused whipped cream and espresso mocha drizzle tops off the beverage.

The chocolate-inspired special runs through Valentine’s Day at participating Starbucks venues in United States and Canada.

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