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Will you try the Ariana Grande Starbucks drinks?

You say her name almost every time you walk into Starbucks anyway: "A grande medium roast, please." So, it only makes sense for the coffee chain and Ariana Grande to join forces. Two new permanent drinks will make their debut this spring, both celebrating Starbucks and Grande's "shared love of clouds." The pair teased their collaboration on Twitter ahead of International Women's Day, much to the delight of some fans. Others feel the move puts a capitalist spin on feminism. What do you think? 

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Apparently, Starbucks and Grande both have their heads in the clouds. The coffee chain will be releasing two cloud-themed beverages in collaboration with Grande: the Caramel Cloud Macchiato and the Cinnamon Cloud Macchiato. Grande's perfume line is also inspired by clouds, making these two dreamy drinks perfect for the upcoming spring. According to Delish:

Both drinks taste extremely fluffy thanks to a meringue-like cloud texture on top made of milk foam. Below the foam sits two espresso shots; on top of the caramel drink there's a crosshatch drizzle of caramel sauce (it's made for the 'gram). 
The cinnamon drink uses a lemon cinnamon syrup, which sounds like a weird flavor combination, but tastes excellent. 

Grande's fans can't wait to get their hands on all possible versions of these drinks.

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Although Starbucks itself denies the release of the drinks is tied to International Women's Day on March 8, some fans can't help but notice the timing. Regardless of what the company says, some feel Starbucks and Grande are putting the full force of capitalism behind a day meant to honor women and their accomplishments. 

Those who believe the collaboration is a ploy to commercialize feminism will take a hard pass on the cloud-like drinks.

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