This Lunar New Year, celebrate and welcome the Year of the Tiger with Starbucks themed treats and merchandise. Starbucks will be bringing a cute reiteration of the third zodiac animal for fans to collect and enjoy starting 5 January 2022.
Decked in vibrant colours of yellow and gold, Starbucks’ “Year of the Tiger Collection” consists of items such as themed drinkware, a mini snow globe and even a tiger-design coin bank. Here are some of the items that caught our eye.
Starbucks Year of the Tiger Collection
Starbucks Gift Card
One of the most practical gifts to yourself or a loved one, get this limited festive design on a gift card that you can keep and reuse for coffee runs to come.
Reusable Bottles and Tumblers
These reusable bottles and tumblers come in a pastel blue with adorable tigers and tangerines. A fun and festive aesthetic that will stay in style beyond the festive season.
Tiger Coin Bank
An adorable money bank to put savings from the various Red Packets in, this eye-catching coin bank will remind you to keep spare change for a rainy day.
With tails for the handle and decked in vibrant colours, choose between a yellow and black tiger or a red and white tiger to be your companion as you enjoy your beverage.
Mini Snow Globe and Tiger Ornament
May good fortune fall on you this New Year! Decorate your space with these cute figurines. Shake the mini snow globe to see golden coins rise and fall, and hang the lucky tiger ornament made from ceramic stoneware that features a 3D tiger resting on a tangerine ornament.
Other Starbucks Merchandise
Starbucks fans can also complete their Lunar New Year giftings with the Starbucks assorted cookies and wafer rolls. Both assorted cookies and wafer rolls are packed in a Year-of-Tiger design tin, and come with a matching paper bag to celebrate the festivities.
Starbucks Rewards members enjoy an exclusive promotion of a 20% discount when they purchase two or more tins of cookies or wafer rolls. Gold members also get to redeem a free pack of eight exclusive Starbucks 2022 Year of the Tiger red packets with every $28 spent in stores. There are four designs in each pack.