Starbucks Is Rumored To Start Charging For "No Ice"

A Starbucks official contacted our editors after this post was published on April 26 to say, "Starbucks is not making any changes to their ice 

policy." No updates to Refreshers drinks are available at this time, and we apologize for any inconvenience.

In the last several years, Starbucks has made a number of controversial choices that have put the company on shaky ground with a sizable 

portion of its clientele. The coffee shop has come under fire for a number of recent decisions, including a price increase, the removal of a 

fan-favorite syrup, the introduction of an olive oil-infused coffee that has sent some customers running for the restroom

As reports spread that the firm plans to begin charging for some standard drink customizations, the corporation is facing a new wave of 

anticipatory outrage. This month, multiple baristas and TikTokers have claimed that Starbucks would soon begin charging a premium

The fruity Refreshers at Starbucks are created by combining a flavored base with water or another liquid, such as lemonade or coconut milk, 

and then chilling the finished product. The blended drinks are served over ice and garnished with freeze-dried fruit bits in a cup.

Customers can ask for special adjustments, such as less ice or no ice at all in their drinks. A customer can also request no water

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