Costa Reveals Christmas 2022 Menu

Includes a new Toblerone Latte & Hot Chocolate!
Costa Reveals Christmas 2022 Menu

Costa Coffee have announced their Christmas 2022 menu and we're so excited about this one! Coffee and hot chocolate lovers are in for a real treat this festive season as the chain has teamed up with a new chocolate bar, Toblerone.

The new festive menu 2022 drinks are:

  • Toblerone Latte
  • Toblerone Hot Chocolate

The Toblerone Latte is flavoured with indulgent chocolate and honey-flavour sauce that’s inspired by the iconic chocolate bar and topped with a light dairy swirl and a festive twinkle topper.

If you fancy the Toberlone Hot Chocolate, that also tastes like chocolate and honey and is topped with the same light dairy swirl and a festive twinkle topper.

Both of them also come with a mini-wrapped Toblerone bar on the side.

There are some drinks returning from last year too:

  • Gingerbread & Cream Latte
  • Terry’s Chocolate Orange Hot Chocolate

All takeaway hot drinks will be served in a festive cup featuring one of three Christmas characters: Ginger the gingerbread person, Snowy the snowman and Bear the happy-go-lucky brown bear.

There are also some sweet treats on the menu, they are:

  • Toblerone Chocolate Muffin
  • Terry’s Chocolate Orange Muffin
  • Loaded Chocolate & Hazelnut Cake
  • White Chocolate Trillionaire’s Slice
  • Crispy Festive Wreath
  • Reindeer Muffin
  • Christmas Tree Shortcake Biscuit
  • Santa Gingerbread Biscuit
  • Raspberry Trifle Loaf Cake

Here are all the new savoury food items:

  • Brie & Cranberry Toastie
  • Maple Bacon Mac & Cheese
  • Vegan P’gs & Blankets Panini

Some old classics are returning too:

  • Turkey & The Trimmings Toastie
  • Pigs & Blankets Panini
  • Brie, Bacon & Cranberry Panini
  • Turkey Feast Sandwich (M&S)
  • Vegan Plant Kitchen No Turkey Feast Sandwich (M&S)
  • Turkey Ham Hock Toastie
  • Maple Pigs in Blankets Potato Chips

The whole Christmas menu will be available in Costa Coffee stores and Costa Express self-serve machines from November 3.


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