Evolution Fresh's Superfood Golden Milk To Hit Starbucks, Local Stores This June By Shen Ooi | Mar 15, 2017 01:14 PM EDT A fruity version of your beloved wellness elixir is making its way to local shelves for grab-n-go convenience as Evolution Fresh's Superfood Golden Milk hits Starbucks and local stores this coming June. Furnished with a coconut milk base, this smoothie-like blend adds vanilla, ginger, and cinnamon for rich flavor (and a little black pepper to make the active curcumin bioavailable!). With the addition of a little orange, mango, and pineapple, this immunity-boosting, mood-enhancing, anti-inflammatory blend gets the added deliciousness of tropical fruit and the debloating boost of pineapple, as reported by PopSugar. "It was recent, mild, not too candy, and in our opinion, undoubtedly price choosing up on the go." The reporter added. According to the press release, "this juice provides 50 percent of the daily value of vitamin A per 11-ounce bottle." Interestingly, this "Superfood" blend is totally vegan-friendly with zero added sugar with all the sweetness comes from pure fruits. While everyone awaits this tropical twist on a turmeric tonic, some may experiment with turmeric milk at home. Watch video In the meanwhile, Starbucks first offering in the series from some of the most extraordinary places, available for a limited time in Starbucks stores in the U.S. and Canada, and online is Starbucks® Single-Origin Sun-Dried Ethiopia Sidamo coffee, with rich flavors of black cherry and dark chocolate. Ethiopia is the birthplace of arabica coffee, with a coffee tradition that dates back centuries. While most Ethiopian coffee is typically processed using the washed method, Starbucks began a collaboration with Ethiopian coffee farmers in 2005 to apply the natural processing method on their best beans. The beans are meticulously tended by coffee farmers in their family gardens, with each cherry ripened and handpicked at the peak of its flavor. The coffee cherries are spread on raised beds in the hot sunshine. Each bean absorbs flavors from the fruit as it dries.