Although Starbucks locations are ubiquitous in practically every city in America, the company isn’t satisfied with reaching customers through its stores. Delivery is on the horizon for the coffee giant, as it is testing out a new way to get its products to potential customers.

In 100 stores in the South Florida area, Starbucks is testing delivery through Uber Eats. The food delivery platform is reporting that deliveries from these Starbucks stores in Miami-Dade and Broward counties are taking less than 30 minutes from the time the order is placed.

“We’re in the initial stages of testing a new way for customers to enjoy Starbucks with Uber Eats, currently available from more than 100 participating stores in the Miami area,” a Starbucks representative tells The Daily Meal. “We’re always testing new products and experiences for our customers and look forward to hearing their feedback — and we look forward to sharing more details at a later date.”

According to Uber Eats, only select favorite items from the Starbucks menu are available. The most popular delivery order for these stores so far has been the caramel Frappuccino.