Starbucks Frappuccino Flavors From Around the World

Starbucks has always given its customers plenty of options to choose from, when picking a frappuccino. You can choose from the more traditional flavors like mocha or caramel, or you can pick up something special from the Starbucks Secret Menu like the Raspberry Cheesecake Frappuccino. Starbucks has also treated its fans to a few gems throughout the year as well; case in point, the Tie-Dye Frappuccino. Did you know that a few of these frappuccino gems were available in select countries? While we are still not able to hop on a plane and travel around the world just yet (hopefully that changes soon), we are going to share our top three favorite frappuccinos from around the world. While all of these may not be available at this time (or in the US) we can only hope to these pop up in our neck of the woods. 

Starbucks Frappuccino Flavors From Around the World
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Peach on the Beach Frappuccino – Japan

First up we have the Peach on the Beach Frappuccino which was launched in July 2019 and was available only in Japan. The Peach on the Beach Frappuccino features white peach pieces with peach juice, purée, and peach sauce.

Phantom Frappuccino — Europe

The Phantom Frappuccino made it on our list because it definitely looked the part. Starbucks launched the Phantom Frappuccino exclusively in the European market for Halloween 2019. The black and green frappuccino certainly gave off that ‘spooky’ look. The Phantom Frappuccino featured coconut milk, mango and pineapple essence, Starbucks crème Frappuccino syrup, and “ghoulish lime slime.” Did we mention that the Phantom Frappuccino is vegan?

Starbucks Snowball Dark Mocha Frappuccino – Indonesia and Vietnam

The Snowball Dark Mocha Frappuccino allowed Starbucks fans in Indonesia and Vietnam to treat their taste buds for Christmas 2018.  The Snowball Dark Mocha Frappuccino starts off as a dark chocolate mocha Frappuccino blended together with vanilla, and java chip. For added flavor, with a bit of a kick, it’s topped with espresso-infused whipped cream, then sprinkled with crunchy round rice puffs. Now that sounds like something I can enjoy all year round. 

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