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The coffee chain teased its new "berrylicious ice drinks for a sweet refreshment" on its website this month, and they all sound like a sip of summer.
New additions to the menu include a strawberry cold brew, a strawberry lemonade, a classic lemonade and a strawberry iced infusion.
There's also salted caramel lattes, which are also available iced to keep you cool as a cucumber.
The limited edition cold brew takes a total of 20 hours to brew in-store, and is made up of coffee and juicy strawberries for the perfect fruit fusion.
Costa's new drinks are all priced between £2.65 and £2.95 meaning they won't break the bank.
The beverages join the coffee chain's usual summertime drinks to cool down with as the weather warms up like peach iced teas, frostinos as well as coolers.
Prices for the frostinos start at £3.45 and £2.95 for the coolers, and include a strawberries and cream frostino option and a watermelon and coconut cooler.
There are also new savoury food choices too for meat eaters and vegetarians, with prices starting at just £2.50.
Options include an Italian mozzarella and tomato wrap (£3.40), roast chicken salad sandwich (£2.55), tuna nicoise salad bowl (£3.99), harrisa chicken and grain salad (£3.99), chicken and bacon pasta salad (£3.99), and a mango and lime fresh fruit salad (£2.50).
Costa has new sweet treats too, including a pink swirl meringue (£2.10), sweet and salty popcorn (£1), vegan sugar-free cola bottles (£1.25), vegan sugar-free gummy bears (£1.25) and a raspberry and blackcurrant ripple cake (£2.55).
All of the usual drinks are also available on ice this summer, meaning you can enjoy a cool iced flat white or latte.
That's our summer lunch plans sorted.
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