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Starbucks Created a Drink Order for Every Zodiac Sign & The ‘Starbucks Zodiac’ is Pretty Spot-On

Let’s be real — coffee is life. And if you’re like your fellow coffee addicts, you’re probably hitting up Starbucks at least once a day. (It’s okay, we do, too.) You would think that it would be easy to pick out the ideal cup of joe each time we frequented our favorite coffee shop, but honestly, it can be so hard to decide which drink we should get. Thankfully for us, Starbucks has taken out the guesswork, and has gifted us with a specially crafted drink order for every zodiac sign, according to Delish. Frankly, the combining of our love for a delicious Starbucks drink with our astrological signs is completely genius, and the results are pretty spot-on.

The coffee company previously posted “The Starbucks Zodiac” on Instagram, Hello Giggles reports.

The graphic resembles an astrological chart, but instead of diagramming the position of the sun, moon and planets when you were born, it provides you with a drink that perfectly matches your sign.

So what do the stars have in store for you? Check out the chart below to discover your cosmic coffee choice.



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If the chart is a little difficult to read, here is a full list of the Starbucks beverages that are suggested for each sign.

  • Aquarius: Starbucks Blonde Latte

  • Capricorn: Cold Brew

  • Sagittarius: Mango Dragonfruit Starbucks Refreshers

  • Scorpio: Espresso Shot

  • Libra: Flat White With Signature Espresso

  • Virgo: Iced Caramel Macchiato

  • Leo: Iced Passion Tango Tea

  • Cancer: Honey Citrus Mint Tea

  • Gemini: Americano (Hot & Iced)

  • Taurus: Iced Matcha Green Tea Latte

  • Aries: Pink Drink

  • Pisces: Java Chip Frappuccino

Honestly, the choices sound pretty spot-on.

So there you have it, Starbucks lovers. Now we have one less decision to make in the morning when we go out for our Starbucks run.

Emily has also authored political articles for Restless Magazine and numerous inspirational and empowering pieces for Project Wednesday. When she isn't writing, she can be found flying off to her next adventure, attempting new recipes, listening to one of her infinite playlists on Spotify, or cuddling with her dogs. You can follow her on Instagram and Twitter @emilycveith.