We need to try these Starbucks Frappuccino flavors you can only find in other countries
If you are a Starbucks fanatic, you know all about the secret menu. But it turns out that not enough people know about Starbucks’ region-specific menu items. Thus, we need to try these international Starbucks Frappuccino flavors you can only find in other countries ASAP. BRB, planning an around-the-world trip.
Because Starbucks is an international franchise, they cater to a variety of different audiences. Someone in Europe might like something that an American customer thinks is weird. Luckily, thanks to the internet and Spoon U, we know exactly the types of frappuccino flavors we are missing out on.
1. Strawberries and Cream Frappuccino
This delicious concoction is popular over in the U.K. But it looks like it has moved on to Greece as well. Furthermore, Frapps already taste like delicious chocolate milk. So adding a favorite desert flavoring should be something Americans would enjoy.
2. Algarrobina Frappuccino
Algarrobina is basically a syrup that is made from the black carob tree. It is very popular in Peru. Additionally, combined with chocolate chips, mocha, milk, and ice, it makes for a perfect summer treat.
3. Coffee Jelly Frappuccino
This is an amazing combination of innovation and flavor. First, freshly brewed coffee is made into jelly. Then, it’s topped with a regular Frappuccino. The drink is really popular in Japan and provides three textures while you drink.
Popular in Greece, this drink comes in three flavors: strawberry, banana, and honey. Not only is this a Frapp, but it’s blended with Greek yogurt. And who doesn’t like that?
5.Orange Honeycomb Crunch Frappuccino
This drink is a favorite amongst people living in Thailand. Fruity and refreshing, complete with pieces of honeycomb.
6. Lemon Vanilla Frappuccino
This drink is similar to the Lemon Bar Frapp we are used to in the States. Right now, people in Europe are really digging it as a menu item.
7. Summer Berry Panna Cotta Frappuccino
If you are in Singapore, you might want to try out this delicious berry-filled concoction.
8. Red Bean Green Tea Frappuccino
Sweetened red bean kernels are placed atop green tea frapp mix. This drink is very popular in the Asian Pacific regions, as well as China and Japan.
9. Mango Jelly Frappuccino
In select Asian markets, this drink is off the chain!
If you find yourself in a different country, try out something new. You never know! Maybe you will find a new favorite Frappuccino flavor. But be that as it may, the Caramel Waffle Cone Frappuccino is pretty bomb if you can’t leave the U.S. for your next Starbucks trip.
So go out there and explore!