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In the Chinese calendar, the year 2023 will see off the roaring tiger and welcome the fluffy rabbit. As Chinese New Year is approaching, Starbucks Singapore has launched a new merchandise collection: Year of the Rabbit.
Prior to this, we’ve seen the Christmas collection that exudes a warm and fuzzy vibe. The Year of the Rabbit collection, though, brings back the vitality of spring. With hues of red as the main theme colour, there’s nothing more prosperous-looking — and cute, of course — than this drinkware with bunny motifs.
Whether it is a tumbler or a mug, let Starbucks’ Year of the Rabbit collection accompany you throughout the year. Undoubtedly, it is a must-get for people born in the year of the rabbit!
Below are some of our favourites from this latest collection. Which will you get?
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