Twitter user @nicole_bee took to the social media site to say she’s ‘not a fan’.
While another @Justin Opinion4U posted a meme that said ‘Starbucks has a new holiday puke cup’ and wrote in his own caption ‘Avoid at all costs’. "' And that's not the only thing people are angry about - many believe the Reddit user who exposed the cup works for the coffee chain shouldn't have spoiled the surprise and comments on the post have now been deleted and closed.
The MPL is topped with orange and white sugar crystals, and will be offered to costumers hot or iced, and even as a Frappuccino, with the option of customizing the amount of syrup and the type of milk.
Given how many calories the new drink has, it's no surprise that Delish reported the MPL smelled 'like pancakes with syrup'.
However, the brand is trying to move away from the name “red cups,” as they’ve become known, and instead call them “Christmas cups.” For 2017, Starbucks has created its first-ever colour-in Christmas cup, encouraging customers to add their own splash of colour and style to their drink.
Maple seems to be having a moment - Dunkin' Donuts even has a Maple Sugar Bacon, Egg and Cheese sandwich, which has 630 calories - more than 25 per cent of the FDA's daily calories recommendation for women.In fact, the beverage appears to beat every other maple drink from competitor chains when it comes to the number of calories.The smallest version of Dunkin' Donuts' Maple Pecan Swirl, with skim milk,for example, has 190 calories and 37g of sugar - a paltry number when compared with Starbucks' offering.While some people lament the commercialisation of Christmas, rolling their eyes at the Coca-Cola Christmas truck and sparkly store windows, others enjoy brands’ annual forays into the holiday.And perhaps none has become more iconic than Starbucks’ red cups, which for many people signal the start of the festive [email protected] wrote: 'The funny part is these cups look exactly like Starbucks execs went "THEY WANT MORE CHRISTMAS?! Last year, Starbucks released its range of holiday cups on November 10.