Just because you go on vacation doesn't mean your Starbucks habit does too. Mix things up on your next trip and try out one of these very popular -- and unusual -- frappuccinos from around the world. Yoghurt frappuccino, anyone?
|Coffee Jelly Frappuccino, Asia Pacific & Japan|
Three textures add up to pure pleasure – coffee jelly, made from actual brewed coffee is topped with creamy Coffee Frappuccino and whipped cream. The flavor was a hit in 2008 when it debuted for the summer.
|Coffee & White Tiramisu Frappuccino, Japan|
Released this summer, the Coffee Tiramisu Frappuccino blended beverage starts with a Coffee Frappuccino followed by a layer of crumbly bits of cookie and brownie, topped with cream cheese moose and then dusted with cocoa power. The White Tiramisu Frappuccino blended beverage features our white caramel crème Frappuccino followed by crumbled bits of cookie and white chocolate brownie topped with cream cheese moose and caramel sauce.
|Red Bean Green Tea Frappuccino, China & Asia Pacific|
This Frappuccino is most striking for the sweetened whole kernels of red beans scooped on top of a Green Tea Frappuccino. The Red Bean Green Tea Frappuccino was introduced last year, and is available again this summer.
|Hojicha Frappuccino with Earl Grey Jelly, Japan & Asia Pacific|
An unexpected blend of east meets west. The toasty and creaminess of Hojicha (a gently roasted Japanese green tea) is well balanced with the addition of refreshing, floral and aromatic Earl Grey tea jelly. The Hojicha Frappuccino with Earl Grey Jelly was introduced in 2012.
|Strawberries & Cream Frappuccino, UK|
The Strawberries & Creme Frappuccino is a core flavor in the US, but it originated in the UK. Inspired by Wimbledon and the classic flavors of an English summer, the Strawberries & Cream Frappuccino in the UK is a little different. Milk is blended with ice and then swirled with strawberry sauce and topped with whipped cream, creating a ribbon of strawberry around the cup. In the US, the strawberries are blended together with the milk and ice.
|Yoghurt Frappuccino, Greece|
New this summer and only available in Greece, the new Yogurt Frappuccino blended beverages are handcrafted with fresh Greek yogurt. It is available in three flavors: strawberry, banana and honey.
|Algarrobina Frappuccino, Peru|
Algarrobina is syrup made from the Black Carob tree and is popular in Peruvian cuisine. It also has high levels of protein and vitamins. First introduced in 2011, Algarrobina sauce is blended with our Frappuccino roast, chocolate chips, Mocha, milk and ice. It is then topped with whipped cream and swirl of Algarrobina sauce.
|Brigadeiro Frappuccino, Brazil|
Brigadeiro is a very popular Brazilian chocolate bonbon that is usually served at birthday parties or as dessert. Introduced in 2012, the Brigadeiro Frappuccino is a blend of Frappuccino roast, chocolate chips, white mocha sauce, mocha sauce, classic syrup, milk and ice. Served in a cup is lined with Brigadeiro sauce and topped with whipped cream and chocolate sprinkles.
|Dulce de Leche Granizado Frappuccino, Argentina|
Dulce de Leche is a popular ice cream flavor in Argentina. For the beverage Dulce de Leche sauce is blended with Frappuccino roast, chocolate chips, milk and ice. It is then topped with whipped cream and a spiral of caramel.
|Caramel Ribbon Crunch Frappuccino:, United States|
Last year caramel was the top Frappuccino flavor in the U.S. so this summer we introduced a new Frappuccino inspired by the long-time customer favorite and top-selling in-store flavor. The Caramel Ribbon Crunch Frappuccino is a blend of caramel syrup with Frappuccino roast coffee, milk and ice, then topped with a layer of our new dark caramel sauce, whipped cream, caramel drizzle and crunchy caramel sugar topping.