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Raising The Bar: Naming Beer-Flavored Lattes

Irish Latte

Bitter about the dearth of coffee-lager options out there? Well, Starbucks has a solution on tap: beer flavored lattes. The ‘Bucks has been testing this heady hybrid, inspired by classic Irish stouts (but alas, non-alcoholic), at a few locations, and the drink has certainly generated some buzz. For now, Starbucks is calling it the “Dark Barrel Latte,” but we think this groundbreaking beverage union deserves an equally groundbreaking name. Hop to it, PopNamers!

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