Starbucks is adding a new color to ring in the holidays this year.
The coffee chain unveiled a new, intricately-decorated green cup Tuesday to kick off the long-awaited “red cup season.”
It’s a change from last year’s plain red cups that stirred up controversy with Christians. The absence of holiday symbols led one customer to write a viral Facebook post criticizing the move as a war on Christmas.
This time around, the design on the new cup is intended to bring people together. Drawn by artist Shogo Ota, it features a “mosaic of more than a hundred people drawn in one continuous stroke,” according to the company.
Read more at the New York Post