Starbucks Tests Coffee Ice Cubes

Orla Tinsley

Orla Tinsley

If the coffee ice proves popular with consumers, we could see a more widespread roll out in the future.

We're hoping that one day we'll all be able to add coffee ice cubes to cold drinks like this one at Starbucks; right now, they're only available in two test markets.

Customers that want to add coffee ice cubes to their drinks from Starbucks Corporation will have to pay an little extra.

To think that Starbucks wants to charge you nearly a whole extra dollar for something that people having been DIYing for years now.

Starbucks isn't the only coffee maker to sell special ice cubes.

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Nothing ruins a refreshing iced coffee like the ice cubes - give them time, and they give you slightly cool, coffee-flavored water.

Bring on iced coffee season, people.

There's no definitive timeline for when coffee ice will officially come to stores.

Per usual, the cat got out of bag on Reddit, where owlcitizen44, a barista, posted that their store is already hacking Frappuccinos (which, per the company, are blended beverages) by swapping normal ice for coffee ice, writing that the substitution "really made it better". But even if it does get added to the menu, just remember you can always make your own.