NEW YORK — Hawaii is one of 14 states where you’ll be able to get a bigger beverage at your local Starbucks.
The company will begin a phased-in nationwide rollout Tuesday of its Trenta cup size that can be filled with just shy of a quart’s worth of iced beverages such as coffee, tea and lemonade.
Starbucks Corp. says Trenta, which means 30 in Italian, will be 31 ounces and cost about 50 cents more than the 20-ounce Venti size.
The new cups will be introduced Tuesday in Hawaii, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Nevada and Arizona.
California residents will be able to buy them beginning Feb. 1 and the nationwide rollout should be complete by May 3.
The expansion comes after the cafi chain tested the 31-ounce cup in several markets last year, including Phoenix, Tampa, Fla., and Atlanta.