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Starbucks Japan launches Christmas Frappuccino and themed drinks

As Christmas approaches, Starbucks has created a new frappuccino to get us all in the holiday spirit. O Frappuccino Strawberry & Velvet Brownie features shades of red and white, a color combination that brings good luck in Japan, and is based on the theme “Let's Be A Santa!
The drink will be available for a limited time only and contains a whole chocolate brownie, dispersed throughout the creamy base in chunky chunks.
A bright red sauce of strawberry glaze is added to the mix, with swirls cascading over whipped cream topping and white chocolate chunks.

Those who prefer a hot drink can try the traditional cafe mocha, which has entered the festive mood with a strawberry glaze that adds a fruity aroma to the coffee-based drink and topped with small pieces of red brownie.
Three other hot drinks will return to the menu this year due to popular demand: the Gingerbread Latte, which has a gingerbread cookie flavor; O Joyful Medley Tea Latte, a blend of black and oolong tea; and the Creme Brulee Latte, topped with sugar to replicate the burn of a crème brulee.

Part of the sale of these beverages will be donated to food and benefits for an NGO that distributes food to needy children.

How much will the news cost?:
Strawberry & Velvet Brownie Frappuccino:
¥690 (in-store consumption) / ¥678 (to-go)

Strawberry & Velvet Brownie Mocha (Hot / Iced):
Short ¥540 / Tall ¥579 / Large ¥624 / Venti ¥668 (for travel)
Short ¥550 / Tall ¥590 / Large ¥635 / Venti ¥680 (in-store consumption)

Gingerbread Latte (Hot / Iced):
Short ¥501 / Tall ¥540 / Large ¥584 / Venti ¥628 (for travel)
Short ¥510 / Tall ¥550 / Large ¥595 / Venti ¥640 (in-store consumption)

Joyful Medley Tea Latte:
Short ¥447 / Tall ¥486 / Large ¥530 / Venti ¥574 (for travel)
Short ¥445 / Tall ¥495 / Large ¥540 / Venti ¥585 (in-store consumption)

Creme Brulee Latte (Hot / Iced):
Short ¥520 / Tall ¥560 / Large ¥603 / Venti ¥648 (for travel)
Short ¥530 / Tall ¥570 / Large ¥614 / Venti ¥660 (in-store consumption)

Source and images: Starbucks Japan

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