A recent article in the New York Times found that the average American buys five Starbucks coffee drinks a month, and that there are nearly 7 million Starbucks locations nationwide.
However, according to the latest figures from Starbucks, just 4.2 million of those are illuminated letters.
The New York Post reported that Starbucks is hoping to sell that number down with the introduction of an illuminated version of its signature beverage.
Starbucks announced a limited-edition Starbucks coffee drink, which is said to be the company’s first attempt at making its signature drink accessible to non-customers.
According to Starbucks’ website, “Illuminated coffee is an iconic coffee drink that has become synonymous with coffee and Starbucks.
Illuminated has always been a part of the iconic Starbucks experience.”
The company is trying to make the product accessible to people who don’t have an Internet connection and doesn’t want to stand in line to buy the drink, according a post on the company website.
The company said that the illuminated version will retail for $3.99 and comes in both a non-illuminated and illuminated version.
The product will also be available in the US only on select retail stores, Starbucks announced on the coffee site.
However it is still unclear when it will be available for consumers in the rest of the world.
A representative for Starbucks told The Huffington Post that the company is looking to expand its illuminated product line and is “in the process of selecting a new partner to partner with to expand the range of illuminated products that will be in stores.”