Starbucks encourages you to try its olive oil coffee. Really.
To be clear, the beverages don't just taste like olive oil; they also don't have a tiny bit of it.
As each one contains a full teaspoon of oil, the total calories increase by 120. With some beverages,
you don't even need to squint to see a slick sheen of oil in the cup. Starting this week,
three beverages made with olive oil will be offered at Starbucks locations in Italy. The names of each contain Oleato, Starbucks' term for the new line.
The Oleato golden foam cold brew is made with a variation of Starbucks' sweet milk foam that has been infused with two servings of olive oil.
Other drinks include an Oleato latte made with oat milk and olive oil, an Oleato ice shaken espresso made with oat milk,
hazelnut flavor, and olive oil, and an Oleato iced espresso. Further information regarding the US debut will be released,