A pumpkin spice latte usually springs to mind when someone mentions Starbucks' seasonal beverages.
The well-known coffee company has released the beverage as early as August, although it's designed to represent fall. During the year, the brewing giant releases different varieties.
Following the PSL, Starbucks' holiday drinks are possibly its most famous. Seasonal drinks like eggnog lattes and gingerbread lattes in red or green to-go cups are a given.
When the leaves aren't falling and the Christmas lights aren't flashing, what tastes does Starbucks promote?
In February, Starbucks announced olive oil-infused coffee. On the verge of spring, Starbucks is launching the Cinnamon Caramel Cream Nitro Cold Brew.
When temperatures rise, Starbucks adds cinnamon and caramel to their cold brew.
The two tastes are incorporated into nitro cold brew and finished with a sweet cinnamon "cold foam" and cinnamon dolce dust, according to a press release.
The Starbucks drink inventor claimed the new drink was inspired by salted caramel and sticky buns and designed to be balanced and delicate.
On March 7, Cinnamon Caramel Cream Nitro Cold Brew will be available year-round.
In 2016, Starbucks debuted nitro cold brew. Nitrogen-infused coffee is claimed to have a silky texture.