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By Marcia Breen

Valentine’s Day is a week away, but Starbucks has started spreading the love by giving us the gift of a few new drinks that’ll take your chocolate and caffeine obsession to a whole new level.

The coffee company this morning made our Monday a lot yummier unveiling the three brand new drinks — all inspired by the deliciously gooey molten center of a chocolate cake.

From left, the Molten Hot Chocolate, Molten Chocolate Latte and Molten Chocolate Frappuccino Blended Beverage are shown. The Valentine's Molten Chocolate Trio drinks will help celebrate Valentine's Day. Photographed on January 29, 2016. (Joshua Trujillo, Starbucks)Joshua Trujillo / Starbucks

Starting today and only through Valentine’s Day (Feb. 14), you can get the three new chololate-inspired drinks all pictured above.

Meet the Molten Chocolate Latte, the Molten Chocolate Frappuccino, and the Molten Hot Chocolate.

The latte will feature melted chocolate chips with espresso, steamed milk, and bittersweet mocha sauce topped with a mocha and espesso-infused whipped cream and espresso mocha drizzle. The drink will be available both hot and cold.

The Frappuccino consists of coffee with mocha sauce and chocolaty chips blended with milk and ice, which can also be topped with the espresso-infused whipped cream with an espresso mocha drizzle.

And the hot chocolate is described as featuring bittersweet mocha sauce and chocolaty chips that are melted into steamed milk. Again, featuring the mocha and espresso-infused whipped cream and espresso mocha drizzle.

Also launching this week, Starbucks will have a special Snapchat filter (check your phone when you’re at a location) to give your selfie game an added boost. Plus, the coffee chain has other Valentine’s Day goodies like a curated Valentine’s Day playlist on Spotify and the #StarbucksDate Gif Giver that allows you to share customizable GIFs in email, text or social media.