Fans Can Now Order Taylor Swift's Favorite Starbucks Drink
The artist has teamed up with the chain upon the re-release of her 2012 album 'Red.'
If you’ve peeped social media for even a second today, it would be hard to ignore the fact that November 12 marks the re-release of Taylor Swift’s heartbreak masterpiece album Red.
Excited fans have been tweeting, Instagram story-ing and posting their reactions, emotions and general hatred towards the man about whom the album was allegedly written. (Looking at you, Jake Gyllenhaal!)
But now Swifties can find a way to get even closer to Taylor and live out their Red experience in true fall fashion.
The artist has teamed up with Starbucks so that fans and customers can order her signature drink — a grande caramel nonfat latte.
When ordering, customers can ask for “Taylor’s Version” or “Taylor’s Latte” to receive the drink.
The coffee chain posted a video tribute to Swift on Twitter, featuring the drink, the number 13 (Swift’s lucky number) and the infamous red scarf that’s mentioned in Swift’s "All Too Well."
"Watch it all begin again," Starbucks wrote, as a nod to one of Swift's songs on the album. "With a Grande Caramel Nonfat Latte (Taylor’s Version)."
The singer is currently in the midst of re-recording her first five albums in an effort to have ownership over her own music again after Big Machine Records sold her catalog in a reported $300 million deal.
"It never would have been possible to go back & remake my previous work, uncovering lost art & forgotten gems along the way if you hadn’t emboldened me," the singer told fans on Twitter. "Red is about to be mine again, but it has always been ours."
It never would have been possible to go back & remake my previous work, uncovering lost art & forgotten gems along the way if you hadn’t emboldened me. Red is about to be mine again, but it has always been ours. Now we begin again. Red (my version) is outhttps://t.co/ZUAWDuv4jL pic.twitter.com/Ji26KdOlWQ— Taylor Swift (@taylorswift13) November 12, 2021
Red is Swift's second re-release thus far, the first being Fearless (Taylor's Version), which she dropped in April.
Entrepreneur Editors' Picks
These Co-Founders Are Using 'Quiet Confidence' to Flip the Script on Cutthroat Startup Culture and Make Their Mark on a $46 Billion Industry
My 7-Year-Old Daughter Started Selling Eggs. Here's What She Taught Me About Running a Startup.
Why You Need to Become an Inclusive Leader (and How to Do It)
Career Transitions You Can Make in Your 40s and 50s
Billionaire Naveen Jain Is an Expert at Disrupting Fields He Has No Experience In. His Secret Sauce for Building Multi-Million Dollar Companies? 'You Have to Come as Naive.'
4 Principles to Develop Next-Level Leadership at Your Company
This Filipino American Founder Is Disrupting the Beverage Aisle by Introducing New Flavors to the Crowded Bubbly Water Market