Starbucks Just Dropped a Line of Rainbow Drinks for an Amazing Cause

It's in partnership with Lady Gaga's Born This Way Foundation.

While Pink Drink Season is already in full swing, Starbucks is making Rainbow Drink Season a thing, too. The coffee chain has partnered with Lady Gaga to create Cups of Kindness, a line of four colorful drinks that support the singer's Born This Way Foundation (opens in new tab). Colorful and magical drinks for a good cause? Yes yes yes.

Beginning June 13, Starbucks will donate 25 cents of each purchase from the collection to the foundation. The Cups of Kindness beverages includes the Pink Drink (opens in new tab)Ombré Pink Drink (opens in new tab), and two new colorful drinks: Matcha Lemonade and the Violet Drink.

The new Matcha Tea Lemonade—which Lady Gaga said (opens in new tab) "I instantly fell in love with"—is matcha green tea and lemonade that's shaken with ice.

The new Violet Drink, which resembles the secret Purple Drink (opens in new tab), is made with Very Berry Hibiscus Refreshers and coconut milk.

The Born This Way Foundation raises funds that go towards programs that support youth wellness by improving mental health resources and creating more positive environments. "We're healthier and happier when we live our lives with compassion and our communities are stronger when we treat one another with generosity and respect," said Lady Gaga in a press release (opens in new tab).

While the Cups of Kindness campaign only runs until June 19, the Matcha Tea Lemonade and Violet Drink will be on the menu permanently.

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Heck yeah to delicious drinks for a good cause!

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Danielle Tullo

I like pink, iced coffee, and long walks through the candle section. When I'm not lighting up my favorite scents (probably while testing out new skincare), you can find me writing and editing all of the lifestyle things at Seventeen