As with all new things, though, you'll be paying a premium for all that sweetness: a Grande Cold Brew will set you back $3.25, while a standard Grande iced coffee'll run you $2.45 -- and this comes on the same day Starbucks raised the prices on many of its hot drinks.
That's not all, either. Because of its long steep time, and since each location makes it in small batches, once the day's supply of Cold Brew runs out, you'll either have to wait until tomorrow, or hit up another location.
Not that that's a problem, because if you live in a major US city, there's basically a Starbucks on every corner. There's probably one behind you right now.
Gianni Jaccoma is a staff writer for Thrillist, and he never knew cold brew was different from iced coffee. Follow him on Twitter @gjaccoma, and send your news tips to email@example.com