Coconut Milk Test Expansion

Thousands of you have voted and commented about bringing a non-dairy, non-soy milk option to stores, making it one of the most popular My Starbucks Ideas of all time. And we’ve heard you loud and clear!

We’re excited and proud to announce Coconut Milk has joined the Starbucks non-dairy milk family in select cities. Through much tinkering and many blind taste tests, we found that the rich, creaminess of Coconut Milk is the best complement to our hot, iced and Frappuccino® beverages with none of the allergens of almond milk.

Following a successful summer test in select stores in Cleveland and Oregon, we were excited to continue to offer Coconut Milk in those markets and expand to select stores in Los Angeles this fall. If you’re in one of those areas, give our Coconut Milk a try and let us know how you like it!



JLBRSSS7
10/15/2014 12:08 PM

When is this coming to the Northeast.  Eastern PA to be specific??

MsKoffE
10/15/2014 5:34 PM

Coconut milk is good a second option for non-dairy would be almond milk.

scubakat
10/15/2014 5:35 PM

Silicon Valley please!!!!

justinacerra
10/15/2014 5:42 PM

THANK YOU! So happy this is finally available. It's been a real annoyance for those of us who cannot have dairy in our diets. Where can I find a list of the select stores in Los Angeles that this will be released, and a date?

ohlauren
10/15/2014 5:53 PM

Yes, bring this to Eastern PA please!

BK Psychlone
10/15/2014 6:09 PM

NYC NEEDS THIS STAT! Especially Brooklyn and Queens.

pleasantmeadow
10/16/2014 8:45 AM

Soo wonderful to hear! Soy is not too tasty: ( Please Please send to central Florida.

Rebbi143
10/16/2014 9:46 AM

Boston needs this ASAP I bring my own right now when I goto Starbucks but I would rather not :) this would make my life full of happiness and coffee complete!!!

cpleone
10/16/2014 4:18 PM

Still would prefer almond milk, allergens be dammed.

ZippyDoDah
10/16/2014 8:05 PM

Would love to see it come to the Boston area.  I actually bring the coconut milk with me now and just order the expresso to pour in.

BeckyRay100
10/16/2014 8:13 PM

Hilarious...soy is on the list of "Top 8 Allergens" in the world and you are concerned about almond milk being an allergen.  foodallergies.about.com/.../big_eight_fa.htm

SirMark
10/17/2014 1:41 PM

If Starbucks were truly listening to their customers, then almond milk would be the non-milk alternative of choice.  Collectively, almmond milk is the number one choice, according to the voting.  As to almond milk allergens, where is the peer reviewed empirical evidence of the dire consequences of offering almond milk?  (According to the CDC, the number of deaths attributable to ALL food allergies combined, including NUT and PEANUT allergies, in the US, for which dats exists, is LESS THAN 200)  So many other coffee shops, operating in the same markets as Starbucks already offer almond milk, even steamed  Surely, if these risks of steaming, and cross contamination, were as great as some would have you believe, why on earth would these other coffee shops be so eager to offer almond milk, if almond milk truly put people's lives at such great risk?  Notwithsatanding, at the end of the day, Starbucks current supplier of Starbucks "Fortified Soy Beverage" is also a fine producer of ALMOND MILK!

misslk
10/19/2014 8:53 PM

Need almond milk or coconut milk in Winnipeg, Canada.

starbuxcraver
10/20/2014 1:55 PM

Please bring to Bowling Green, KY stores!!!  We really need an alternative to nondairy and soy options. :)

REP617313206
10/20/2014 3:41 PM

@BeckyRay100

foodallergies.about.com/.../big_eight_fa.htm

Almonds are under Tree Nuts...

www.foodallergy.org/about

*The American College of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology (ACAAI) states: “Coconut is not a botanical nut; it is classified as a fruit, even though the Food and Drug Administration recognizes coconut as a tree nut. While allergic reactions to coconut have been documented, most people who are allergic to tree nuts can safely eat coconut. If you are allergic to tree nuts, talk to your allergist before adding coconut to your diet."

@SirMark

Stop being a Troll.

Sounds like a tasty addition to the milk alternative line.

georgiegirl
10/21/2014 1:01 AM

www.huffingtonpost.com/.../food-allergy-deaths-less_b_151462.html

"A call to the CDC press office revealed that the number of deaths from food allergies, as collected from 2.5 million death certificates across the country, is miniscule. Only eleven people died from food allergies in 2005, the last year for which we have data available. More people died from lawnmower accidents."

And, of those 11 people that dies out of 2.5 million death certificates, only a fraction of those were attributable to peanuts or nuts."

So REP617313206, how dangerous is almond milk?  Seriously.  I can't find any indication that it is as dangerous as some fear mongering misinformed individuals here make it out to be.  

Raelita
10/22/2014 10:06 PM

Woo Hoo!  I've been asking for this for forever!! Please rush it to Northern Nevada!!

CoffeeToStay
10/22/2014 10:47 PM

Love this, thank you thank you thank you! A huge shout out to the development team who gave this idea the thumbs up. Coconut milk is delicious. I can't wait to buy a coconut mocha drink and taste that Almond Joy.

I wonder if we could see more brethren in the non-dairy milk family. Especially almond milk. Like HempBox said, hemp foams better than almond, so it is great for lattes. But that's not necessary for cold drinks.

An almond strawberry banana smoothie would sell out soooooooooooooo fast!

calihair
10/23/2014 1:48 AM

San Diego needs coconut milk! Paleo is huge around here and that option would open Starbucks up for a whole group of people just waiting for some delicious pikes place and coconut milk!:-)

wumsinkule
10/24/2014 10:45 AM

Please send to Georgia!!!!

nhen
10/24/2014 1:10 PM

People are allergic to soy and dairy too-not sure the difference with almond milk?  Other coffee shops offer it as a standard part of their line up....not sure why Starbucks cant.

RandKallerPDX
10/24/2014 2:25 PM

Can you put it on college campuses everywhere?

desertdummy13
10/24/2014 6:52 PM

Send to AZ please !!!

jbakey
10/25/2014 1:50 AM

Why only "select" stores?  Please please offer in ALL stores.

gLove13
10/26/2014 7:56 PM

While I am excited that Starbucks has FINALLY heard our pleas for YEARS for an alternate non-dairy option besides soy milk, soy is one of the WORST allergens. I was hoping for almond milk like so many other Starbucks patrons. Coconut milk's flavoring is always so overpowering in everything I have tried it in, so I'm not sure I'll like it in a Pumpkin Spice Latte, but I'll try it when it becomes available in Southwestern Pennsylvania.

andrewmcquinn
10/27/2014 2:53 PM

As a Starbucks Partner I always am interested in ways Starbucks can best benefit the entire collective. I am happy to hear Coconut milk is in consideration and I think it should be dispersed to more locations! However there are several varieties to be considered, from Rice to flax, and almond to Hazelnut to even Hemp milk. I personally think that almond milk should be added to the list, it's been asked for more than soy and coconut at my store as non dairy options. Just a thought I wanted to throw out there.

TimePoet
10/28/2014 1:12 PM

Please prioritize health-conscious, trendy Austin as your next city for coconut milk. It's a guaranteed success here!

Firstladay1155
10/29/2014 3:55 PM

To piggy back off what's already been said; we're EXTREMELY health conscious in Orange County, Ca!! Particularly along the coast. PLEASE MAKE THE CHANGE to us here as well! And might I add, my favorite non-dairy milk is Almond. Hope that's on your radar for the next big change!

Thank you for providing a sound board.

Gayle 14
10/29/2014 10:36 PM

My favorite milk alternative would absolutely be non sweetened almond milk. Hard to believe the reason Starbucks will not consider almond milk is due to allergens. Soy not only tastes awful, it is one of the top 8 allergens listed.

Gayle 14
10/29/2014 10:36 PM

My favorite milk alternative would absolutely be non sweetened almond milk. Hard to believe the reason Starbucks will not consider almond milk is due to allergens. Soy not only tastes awful, it is one of the top 8 allergens listed.

Anonymous
10/29/2014 10:36 PM

Great that coconut milk has been added. Cashew milk(very creamy) would be another great choice. There is also a coconut whip(like cool whip-but healthy)by so-delicious that would be a healthy alternative to your whip cream.

Anonymous
10/29/2014 10:39 PM

Great that coconut milk has been added. Cashew milk(very creamy) would be another great choice. There is also a coconut whip(like cool whip-but healthy)by so-delicious that would be a healthy alternative to your whip cream.

Raelita
10/30/2014 2:04 AM

Yay Coconut!! Please bring it to Tahoe!!

Fritzi
11/2/2014 7:03 PM

Texas is in desperate need of Almond Milk and Coconut Milk ASAP!!!  Should not be only in select stores to get a pure sample of market need!!!!

Fritzi
11/2/2014 7:03 PM

Texas is in desperate need of Almond Milk and Coconut Milk ASAP!!!  Should not be only in select stores to get a pure sample of market need!!!!

Hurricanemary
11/3/2014 3:21 PM

Looks like you just lowered a bomb Starbuck with the Coconut Milk. Everybody wants it, or some. I just suffer and drink Milk and sometimes have a gut ache but it's worth it. Soy has estrogen caused my ovarian cancer. Thank you for trying so hard to Please your fans!!!

Chlotilda
11/3/2014 8:19 PM

Coconut Milk is a Great Idea, it's just upsetting reading it that it is ONLY LIMTED stores in Los Angeles. Why can't you go ALL the WAY with it. Let your consumers decide if it's really worth it. ASAP.

AlmondMilk83
11/3/2014 11:36 PM

My body cannot tolerate either dairy or soy so I very much appreciate the attempt to add coconut milk to the alternatives list. I do prefer the flavor of almond milk, but I will try the coconut milk with my chai lattes. I do not, however, live in a large city like LA. I live outside of Raleigh, NC and would LOVE it if Starbucks offered dairy/soy alternatives to ALL Starbucks! I would much rather get my lattes from Starbucks, but until Coconut or Almond Milk is in a store near me, I have to order them elsewhere:(:(

misspatriotic
11/4/2014 12:23 PM

Please come to Virginia Beach, Norfolk, Williamsburg, Charlottesville, and Richmond Virginia!!! Lots of healthy eaters and people LOVE coconut milk!!

LesbianMuses
11/5/2014 4:12 PM

Please bring Coconut Milk to ---> Nashsville, Tennessee <--- (asap)

ladytris
11/5/2014 5:37 PM

Tried in L.A. and it was great - really wish it was available consistently and elsewhere.  

tootsiemama
11/5/2014 11:43 PM

Seattle area is begging for this!!!!

starbucks kid
11/6/2014 9:23 AM

Please bring unflavored ALMOND MILK & UNFLAVORED COCONUT MILK to all STARBUCKS!   The real deal.  Soy milk is not that heathy...it causes inflamation & mimicks estrogen.  

Why not try using less sugar in drinks.  How about pure almond, vanilla, orange, ect. extracts in drinks too, along with honey.

More health benefits with a fine cup of coffee. My pallett wants the best, so don't sell low quality sandwiches & boxed food!

Those pre-packaged sandwiches....try using less SODIUM!   Use organic eggs & meats in them.  I. dont want growth hormones & antibiotics in my eggs or meats.   Just that alone, keeps me from buying them.

Come on Starbucks!   You're fussy about your coffee beans...I would like to see better quality food.  Not high fructose corn syrup in that bread enriched flour or hydrogenated anything!  

Keep Starbucks custoners healthy.  I really want the cooffee house returned for us adults.  Im sick of nrw age music playing.  I WANT TOTELAX WITH QUIET MUSIC...TONY BENNETT...ETC! STOP THE FRAPPS!  IT DRAWS TEENAGERS IN, & I WANT AN ADULT PLACE TO GO for coffee!   You dont see this in Europe!   It's not a hang out....I can never get a seat on wweekend'. ..too many teenagers take over.  

 I know Howard Schultz's. nephew here on Long Iskand.  Im alsoan ex Starbucks gal.  :)   Pkease...bring back the real coffee house it once was.  A mature atmosphere .  Thanks!!!

guest3
11/10/2014 1:17 AM

Southwest! (TX, NM, AZ)

sip_sip
11/14/2014 3:19 AM

Coconut milk in Hawaii please! The small town independent coffee houses here have already been offering coconut and alternative milks besides soy for some time now. We've been frequenting them more often because of their offerings.

Topazdime02
11/16/2014 12:20 AM

What I find to be funny is that any person with Allergens to TREE NUTS would not be able to consume CocoNUTS either. Though I love coconut milk & almond milk and don't see the difference. I think it's laziness of the company to separate the products just like any other coffee and food retailer normally does.

Missmay89
11/24/2014 1:44 AM

Almond milk please!!!

CGE
12/4/2014 3:02 PM

Why such a slow expansion of this "Test" ? Roll it out to all locations! Every other coffee house I go to has had alternatives to dairy and soy milk for a long time.

roxmama3
12/6/2014 2:03 AM

I drink coconut milk with my espresso every morning & it taste amazing!!!!

Please bring it to Las Vegas! PLEASE!!!!

My boyfriend likes to go to Starbucks but I can't have dairy or soy so we have to make a 2nd trip to Coffee Bean. It'd be so much easier w/ the kids in the car to to take 1 coffee trip every day.

roxmama3
12/6/2014 2:03 AM

I drink coconut milk with my espresso every morning & it taste amazing!!!!

Please bring it to Las Vegas! PLEASE!!!!

My boyfriend likes to go to Starbucks but I can't have dairy or soy so we have to make a 2nd trip to Coffee Bean. It'd be so much easier w/ the kids in the car to to take 1 coffee trip every day.

roxmama3
12/6/2014 2:03 AM

I drink coconut milk with my espresso every morning & it taste amazing!!!!

Please bring it to Las Vegas! PLEASE!!!!

My boyfriend likes to go to Starbucks but I can't have dairy or soy so we have to make a 2nd trip to Coffee Bean. It'd be so much easier w/ the kids in the car to to take 1 coffee trip every day.

roxmama3
12/6/2014 2:04 AM

Las Vegas please :-D

roxmama3
12/6/2014 2:04 AM

Las Vegas please :-D

roxmama3
12/6/2014 2:06 AM

Coconut milk lattes are very delicious. Please bring them to Vegas.

cathydance
12/6/2014 9:30 AM

SF bay area, California please

(mountain view, sunnyvale, san jose, cupertino

Beektor
12/12/2014 9:10 AM

Does your coconut milk have carrageenan ? I'm hoping the answer is "no"

marksebiz
12/14/2014 5:12 PM

Well please drop off some coconut milk at the Sacramento CA stores while on your way to drop some off in  Los Angeles. Thank You...

tabi
12/18/2014 3:14 PM

Bring it to AZ!!!

Peridotsun
12/18/2014 3:31 PM

Waiting anxiously in North OC, CA for the coconut milk alternative!

gmcolosey
12/28/2014 11:48 AM

Much needed for our COLD MN Winters! Hurry!  ETA?

TxCricket
12/30/2014 4:18 PM

I would love this option to go out to all Starbucks!  If you advertise this option, more customers will choose it.  Please bring to Ft. hood/Killeen/Harker Heights, TX areas!!!! I need more vegan options!

mugsie
1/3/2015 3:58 PM

I am allergic to cow's milk and must limit soy because of its high potassium level. Please offer coconut milk in ALL your stores!!!

aykozak
1/10/2015 3:54 PM

How about WA State, at least Western WA where Starbucks originated? Waiting patiently... And currently bought an inferior drink at an independent coffee stand because I couldn't get coconut milk... Sigh. Hurry please.

tumbleprincess
1/10/2015 10:24 PM

I live in El Paso, TX.

I have a 12 yr old daughter who has recently been diagnosed with dairy and soy allergies.  She loves the frappucinos and now she can't have any. I hope you bring coconut milk to my city.

Photoedge
1/13/2015 1:02 PM

There are tens of thousands of people with dairy or soy sensitivities and the need is great to offer something other than these two items. One major coffee chain is already offering almond milk.  Please Starbucks, move faster to roll out the coconut milk.  It's really a no brainer.  As one with these sensitivities, I know I would spend more if I could get drinks with an alternative.  I'm sure your marketing department would be interested to know how much added revenue could be realized.  When will it be available at least nationally?  Please provide an update.  

Hhislander
1/15/2015 7:23 PM

Should be an option anywhere. Allergies to dairy are global!

Hhislander
1/15/2015 7:25 PM

Should be an option anywhere. Allergies to dairy are global!

bkerboots
1/16/2015 12:29 PM

PLEASE put this idea into action in seattle stores? I continue to ask at locations, and none have it so far. Bummed about that

zipsgirl
1/17/2015 10:11 AM

Tried a latte with coconut milk today...AMAZING!  I drink coconut milk by choice at home and I am thrilled Starbucks is carrying it. Please keep it!!

taylaura27
1/19/2015 2:21 PM

I enjoyed coconut milk at a Starbucks location in a Target in Pensacola while on a business trip.  Back in Atlanta over the last few days I've yet to find any stores that carry it.  Please put in all of your markets.  I can't drink dairy milk and I really try to limit soy products.  You'd have business from nearly every day if so :)

fasterpssycat
1/20/2015 11:17 AM

I'm in the Savannah area and really would like this option. It's kind of annoying to know that I can't have it because I don't live in one of two cities that aren't reflective of my market.  Cleveland?  You're rolling out a paleo option in a city that puts chili on spaghetti.  Meanwhile the gas station two blocks away here carries kale chips and nitrate-free buffalo sticks.  

I stop by my local store everyday on my way to work as my treat to myself, but because I'm changing my lifestyle to a paleo diet, I won't be doing that until there's an option that works with it.  

Jjade
1/23/2015 1:20 AM

I'm so excited about this! Please bring to Milwaukee WI

seffinger7
1/27/2015 4:53 AM

I think this is wonderful! I used to frequent Starbucks almost daily until I had a baby who is allergic to dairy and soy. I was SO disappointed Starbucks didn't have any non-dairy creamers! Let's go Starbucks. I'm sure it will be a success! Spread the love! I'm in the Chicago area.

GotchaGirl
1/27/2015 4:03 PM

I will take coconut milk or almond milk in Houston, TX please!  Thank you!

MaryV
1/27/2015 7:04 PM

Coconut milk may be popular for some, but I'd still like to see a PLAIN soy milk option.   Soy has the protein and calcium of cow's milk, which I want, but I don't want the disgustingly sweet vanilla flavored soy Starbucks uses.

rainymtngirl
2/3/2015 1:57 PM

I am very excited about the coming option for coconut milk- very, very excited. Just found out the ingredients of the milk you plan to use and therefore...less excited. Still seeking an unsweetened milk alternative for my Starbucks tea and coffee please!!! Let everyone sweeten their own drinks rather than only offering sweetened soy/coconut milk.

katem0nster
2/3/2015 3:59 PM

The coconut milk is, in my opinion, subpar as a milk substitute.  It needs more thickness and a little more texture.  Maybe I'm just used to different stuff but the steamer I tried lacks richness.  

singit
2/3/2015 10:40 PM

I'm grateful you're FINALLY bringing a milk/soy alternative to the table! But why it's taking so long is a mystery. The Starbucks I visit in Denver has a machine ready for this. It feels like you're putting us on hold as long as possible so when this arrives we'll be in awe of Starbucks and you'll look like a hero. Just make this happen.

kdonohuern13
2/5/2015 4:17 AM

I'm so excited!!!! Thank you for adding this to your menu. I can't wait to try it!!!!

linzee
2/5/2015 7:58 AM

Hi there! When will this be available in Ontario, Canada? Thanks!!

karmiii
2/6/2015 11:01 AM

I don't understand the anger over announcing a coconut rather almond milk offering. We have a few coffee shops in Chattanooga that offer almond milk, and it tastes terrible, heated up/steamed. I've tried multiple different brands, as well as experimenting at home and have found the same results. Unless they're going to go with Califia barista blend almond milk, I'm totally happy with the coconut train.

stuberk625
2/7/2015 1:19 PM

I hope your coconut milk is UNSWEETENED!

By the way, when are going to have UNSWEETENED organic soy milk?

stuberk625
2/7/2015 1:19 PM

I hope your coconut milk is UNSWEETENED!

By the way, when are going to have UNSWEETENED organic soy milk?

Chelo
2/8/2015 9:54 AM

Totally defeats the purpose. The product you have chosen to call coconut milk is full of unnecessary additives:  Ingredients: Water, coconut cream, cane sugar, tricalcium phosphate, coconut water concentrate, natural flavors, sea salt, carrageenan, gellan gum, corn dextrin, xanthan gum, guar gum, vitamin A palmitate, vitamin d2.  Give us real coconut milk without the sugar and other additives please. It's available and a huge company like Starbucks can get it.

Paladd01
2/9/2015 7:35 AM

BIG FAIL Starbucks--whoever sat on the committee to bring this idea to action is clearly out of touch with the Starbucks customer base who have been asking for this longstanding and highly popular request! We are health conscious coffee lovers who don't want additives and added sugar! So terribly disappointed in you. We want UNSWEETENED coconut milk--it's really not that hard to find! I'm just so tired of the sugar-laden options you continue to develop:get with the times! I'll just go to my last local coffee house that offers stevia and unsweetened non-dairy alternatives! Shame on you!

georgiegirl
2/9/2015 3:26 PM

This is just another case of Starbucks arrogance thinking that only it knows best what its customers want, when very clearly Starbucks was told by those same customers, even before its introduction, that this type of so called 'coconut milk' was not wanted!

desertskiesaz
2/11/2015 9:55 AM

Thank you for adding coconut milk but unsweetened almond milk would be a great alternative.  An unsweetened alternative to dairy is a much smarter choice because you can always add sugar but you can't remove it. I believe a lot of people do not like their coffee sweetened including myself.  I love Starbucks espresso coffee but I am allergic to dairy and I don't prefer sweetened drinks.  

jjdevi
2/11/2015 11:01 AM

what are the ingredients? just coconut milk and water, or sugars and others?

jcamer
2/11/2015 3:45 PM

Roll this out nationwide, it's ashame you don't have this option in every store! Or at least having an unsweetened soy milk. The sugar content is outrageous!

UpstateSC
2/13/2015 9:08 AM

I'd still like to see lactose free fat free option

purecoconut
2/14/2015 2:07 PM

Why Why Why??? Why did you add all of those gross ingredients to your coconut milk???? Pure, unsweetened coconut milk is all that is needed! Those who want the sweetener can add it.  Please Please Please add a non-sweetened coconut milk option!!!

buffalo21
2/17/2015 1:09 PM

I am a coffee addict but I am also type 1 diabetic. I was super excited to here the news that Starbucks was releasing coconut milk as a non dairy option. I used to work for the company and that was the biggest complaint of mine and the most I heard while working for them. There are not many beverages I can drink on the menu because of the amount of sugar and fat content, so I was super happy about the coconut milk. However, after looking further into the product it is filled with chemicals and sugar (Water, coconut cream, cane sugar, tricalcium phosphate, coconut water concentrate, natural flavors, sea salt, carrageenan, gellan fum, corn dextrin, xanthum gum, guar gum, vitamin A palmitate, vitamin d2.) I was just really hoping for a healthy, organic, natural substitute for regular milk--kind of disappointed.

Corisue21
2/17/2015 2:54 PM

What a bunch of misleading crap. From the Starbuck's website–

"Starbucks coconut milk is certified vegan and made from single-origin coconuts from the tropical Indonesian island of Sumatra"

--WITH ADDED SUGAR AND WHATEVER ELSE.

Why Starbucks? Why?

Is it legal to call it coconut milk, or does the FDA require that it only contains 10% of real coconut milk? Did your 84,000 requests ask for dairy alternative or a dairy alternative with added sugars and thickening agents? Is it because coconut milk is to expensive and you don't think people would pay for it? Is it that you have trained your customers to like super syrupy drinks? Or is it simply all about profit margin?

I am so bummed and disappointed in you, ‪#‎starbucks‬. This is why our food system is so messed up.

Tom Reeves
2/24/2015 4:57 PM

I'm very disappointed that the coconut "milk" you've choosen to source is sweetened.  I was super excited when you chose to add coconut milk because, with two Teavana teabags, I could enjoy a great chai latte, sugar free.  I'm Paleo because sugar causes all kinds of issues for me, such as weight gain, heartburn, and inflammation.  I avoid it wherever I can. But I love chai lattes.   Now that I know the ingredients, I feel tricked and disappointed.  Please change your coconut milk to an unsweetened, all natural variety.  If it costs a dollar or two more, I'll gladly pay it, as would others who are Paleo.  You can do better, Starbucks.

charterchap
2/26/2015 2:41 PM

I was so happy to see this on the menu; I am equally disappointed by how overly sweet it is. Yuck.

nbw81567
3/5/2015 2:59 PM

Thank you, thank you, thank you for bringing coconut milk!  It is delicious.

nbw81567
3/5/2015 3:06 PM

Woops.  I guess I thanked you too soon!  Sugar is UNNECESSARY in coconut milk . . . Those who want sweet can add classic or their own sweetener.  And, carrageenan is a KNOWN CARCINOGEN!!!  Come on, Starbucks has held itself out as caring about health . . . I guess it's just another corporate lie!

adrimarie78
3/9/2015 2:13 PM

The coconut milk is too SWEET!!! UGH. It's like a dose of sugar in my cappuccino. :( Very sad about this. And as others, mentioned, please lose the carrageenan.

LAB523
4/9/2015 7:57 PM

Almond milk, please

honeystar808
4/15/2015 7:12 PM

FINALLY!!!!! Thank you!!!  


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