Oleato Golden Foam Cold Brew

Roaster Location: Flag of United States Seattle, Washington


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Process: Cold brew coffee with foamed and sweetened olive oil foam
Menu Flavored



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Latest Reviews and Tasting Notes

  • Theodore (Ted) Chan, Managing Editor

    1143 roasts rated, avg score of 4.28

    5.00 - Average

    As the first person to try the Starbucks Oleato Cold Foam Iced drink at the Natick Sherwood Plaza in Framingham, MA store, I must say it was quite an interesting experience. The unique combination of flavors definitely caught my attention.

    The infusion of high-end olive oil brought about an herbaceous and slightly spicy taste that was surprisingly enjoyable. These were highly characteristic of a high end olive oil. It was a departure from the typical flavors you find in other drinks, and I appreciated Starbucks' effort to think outside the box and introduce something new.

    The smooth texture of the cold foam added a touch of luxury to the overall experience. It provided a creamy consistency that enhanced each sip, making it quite pleasant.

    One aspect that gave me pause was the calorie content. The small size I tried had 330 calories, which is a bit high for a single drink. For those who are conscious about their calorie intake, this may not be the ideal choice. However, if you're looking for a unique flavor experience and can accommodate the calorie count, it's worth giving it a try.

    While it's hard to see this drink gaining widespread adoption, I commend Starbucks for their willingness to take risks and introduce innovative flavors to their menu. Not every experimental drink becomes a hit, but it's great to see them stepping outside their comfort zone.

    As a neutral reviewer, I would say that the Starbucks Oleato Cold Foam Iced drink offers a distinct taste profile and a luxurious texture. If you're open to trying something new and don't mind the higher calorie content, it's worth it as a treat.

    Cupping Method:First person to have one at Natick, Sherwood Plaza location. I had a very confident and expert barista. I paid $6.99.

    1 year ago ยท See more from Theodore (Ted)

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