Denver among latest cities to get Starbucks delivery service

At a time when a seemingly ever-expanding roster of companies are willing to bring their goods and services to customers’ doorsteps, Starbucks Coffee Co. has hit the road and Denver is on its delivery map.

Starbucks Delivers, the name bestowed on the Seattle-based java giant’s delivery partnership with Uber Eats, officially launched in the Mile High City Tuesday, according to a news release.

Through the Uber Eats mobile app, Denverites now have access to “95% of the core items available from the Starbucks menu,” company officials say. Customers can personalize orders — say, by getting four pumps of caramel syrup dumped into a 12-ounce almond milk latte — in the same fashion as they can when ordering on the company’s mobile app.

For a limited time, first-time users of the service are eligible for 25% off their initial order, according to Tuesday’s announcement. Any orders placed through the service that come in at $10 or under will incur a $2 delivery fee. So maybe order for the whole office and make it worth everyone’s while?