"The main difference is that for our stores with Reserve bars, those products will spotlight our small-lot Reserve coffees, which are roasted exclusively at our Roastery in limited quantities," a Starbucks spokesperson said via email. "The test in Orange County at our core stores will highlight our classic signature Espresso Roast and our classic Nariño 70 Cold Brew."
Here's are the complete Affogato menus, per the spokesperson:
Affogato menu at the 10 stores with Reserve bars:
Classic Affogato 5.5 fl. oz. - $6 / 240 calories: Two shots of our Reserve small-lot espresso poured over vanilla ice cream
House Affogato 6 fl. oz. – $6.5 / 270 calories: Two shots of our Reserve small-lot espresso with a touch of demerara syrup poured over vanilla ice cream and dusted with cinnamon
Cold Brew Float 12 or 16 fl. oz - $7.5 | $8 / 240 calories: Our Reserve small-lot cold brew with a generous scoop of vanilla ice cream. Try with nitro - $8.5 | $9
Cold Brew Malt 12 fl. oz. - $8.5 / 450 calories: An ultra-thick spindle-blended malted milkshake with our Reserve small-lot cold brew, vanilla ice cream and chocolate bitters
Affogato menu at 100 locations in Orange County:
Classic Espresso Affogato Tall (12 fl oz) $5.25 / 240 calories: Two shots of espresso poured over vanilla ice cream
Starbucks Narino 70 Cold Brew Float Tall (12 fl oz) $5.95 / 240 calories: Our cold brew poured over vanilla ice cream (try with nitro for $1 more)
Starbucks Narino 70 Cold Brew Malt Tall (12 fl oz) $6.45 / 430 calories: Our cold brew blended with ice cream, malt and chocolate bitters
Starbucks said the new drinks are part of its ongoing efforts to experiment with new drinks at its Roastery and eventually roll out some of its most successful and well-received drinks, flavors, and other concepts to more people at its locations across the country. A good example of this is when Starbucks released Affogato-style Frappuccinos nationwide last summer. So, with any luck, your local Starbucks might have the fancy new Affogato drinks, too, someday.