On a hot summer day, nothing hits the spot like an ice cold beverage. Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Miramax Films And while your coffee shop habit might give you life, it also results in many tossed plastic straws. Getty RIP trees. At Starbucks, one customer figured out a way to reduce straw waste, and it involves just a little bit of resourcefulness. Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Disney-ABC 🤓 The trick? Simply ask for the strawless lid that usually tops the chain's nitro cold brews. @TheFoodieNewbie / Via Twitter: @TheFoodieNewbie If you haven't seen 'em yet, the lids come with a slightly raised sipping hole that lets you drink your cold beverage without spilling any liquid. They're designed primarily for customers to enjoy the foam that tops nitro cold brew drinks, but, according to Foodbeast, can be requested on "any cold drink." And as of this year, Nitro Cold Brew — and the strawless lid that is the standard for cold brew and cold foam drinks — is currently available in more than 1,400 company-operated stores across the U.S., a Starbucks spokesperson told BuzzFeed Food. Customers are pretty excited about the discovery, since it means you can enjoy all your iced drinks using what is essentially an "adult sippy cup": @_princesssjay / Via Twitter: @_princesssjay In fact, some people are wondering why the strawless lids aren't an official part of the menu: @em0wen / Via Twitter: @em0wen Sippy cup lids would actually be so fun, though: @covenhall / Via Twitter: @covenhall Have you tried ordering a strawless lid with your cold beverage at Starbucks? Tell us about your experience in the comments below!