Starbucks’ this week revealed its annual holiday cup, featuring four designs marking the season.
This is the 25th year that the Seattle-based coffee giant has used specially designed cups for the holidays. The first cup was introduced in 1997 and created by then-Starbucks designer Sandy Nelson.
They are often known as Starbucks’ “red” holiday cups, though the first two cups were clearly not red.
Take a look at all 25 years’ worth of Starbucks holiday cups.
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