Starbucks’ limited edition National Day merch features mini-Supertrees, a Dragon Playground, and a Merlion snow globe

The new merch includes cups and a snow globe featuring the merlion.
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Feeling particularly patriotic? Coffee chain Starbucks is offering java lovers here a chance to rep their national pride with a series of limited edition National Day merchandise featuring local landmarks.

Apart from that, it is also offering a special Singapore-inspired menu with dishes based off hawker favourites.

Here’s what’s on offer:


Starbucks is selling a new series of limited edition merchandise for Singapore’s National Day.

To start, it’s offering a playground-themed “Fun Cup” that features two heritage playgrounds: the Dragon Playground and the Pelican Playground in its transparent lid.

The cup, which costs S$29.90, also features a a seahorse-shaped spring ride, a common sight in playgrounds here.
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This is the brand’s second time featuring the iconic Dragon Playground on its cups. Last year, it sold a similar Singapore-themed cup featuring the playground, the Singapore Flyer, and an HDB block.

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Another cup, aptly-named “Tourist Cold Cup”, features a Starbucks bear exploring two popular tourist sights in Singapore.

It will be available from August 5 onwards.
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The sites are the Merlion, and the Supertrees at Gardens by the Bay.

It costs S$29.90.
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There’s a mug featuring vintage Peranakan tiles , which was inspired by local shophouses.

Each cup costs S$20.90.
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There’s also a water bottle featuring similar Peranakan tile motifs.

It costs S$22.90.
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If actual cups aren’t your thing, the brand is selling a Singapore-themed snow globe made in the shape of a Starbucks cup.

At S$39.90, it costs more than a real cup, though.
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Apart from merch, the brand is also offering special National Day menu items starting from Wednesday (July 17).

These include cheesecake sandwiches made to look like old-school ice cream sandwiches.

They cost S$6.90 each.
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The cheesecake sandwiches come in three flavours: cookies and cream, raspberry swirl, or blueberry swirl.

The cookies and cream flavour comes with a rainbow sponge, while the other two come with wafer slices.
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There’s a chicken rice-inspired quinoa salad that was previously part of the exclusive Singapore menu at Starbucks’ Jewel Changi Airport outlet.

For S$9.90, you get cauliflower rice, quinoa, poached chicken slices, achar, cherry tomatoes, chicken skin crisps, and ginger chili dressing.
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There’s also a laksa croissant bowl…

Featuring a croissant bowl topped with a prawn and a hard-boiled egg.
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… and a satay chicken roll.

The dish is made with chicken and pineapple chunks and a nut sauce. It costs S$6.90.
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Those who want to score a free Singapore-themed straw can get the “Shiok-ah-ccino”: a vanilla cream Frappuccino topped with a piece of chocolate that reads “Shiok!”.

The free straw reads “Shiok!” too.

The drink costs S$8.20 for a Venti size.
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