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Starbucks' New Frappuccinos Are Topped With New Sweet Cold Brew Whipped Cream

Starbucks' New Frappuccinos Are Topped With New Sweet Cold Brew Whipped Cream

Both blended beverages are available now

Both new drinks are available now.

Starbucks is adding two brand-new beverages to its permanent menu roster, and they’re nothing like the brand’s usual blended drinks. and Canada can order the milkshake-like Ultra Caramel and Triple Mocha Frappuccinos — upgraded varieties of the classic Caramel and Mocha Frappuccinos.

Both flavors will feature a new sweet cold brew whipped cream, which is infused with cold brew, dark caramel sauce, and white chocolate mocha sauce. The fluffy topping comes with each new menu item free of cost, and can be added to any other hot or cold beverage for 50 cents.

The Ultra Caramel Frappuccino starts with sweet cold brew whipped cream and dark caramel sauce. Next comes the Frappuccino layer — a blend of dark caramel sauce, Frappuccino Roast coffee, milk, and ice. The drink is finished with yet another layer of sweet cold brew whipped cream and a swirl of smoky dark caramel drizzle.


The Triple Mocha Frappuccino also starts with the sweet cold brew whipped cream and dark mocha sauce. The Frappuccino layer features a blend of mocha sauce, Frappuccino Roast coffee, milk, and ice. Last but not least: another tier of sweet cold brew whipped cream and a drizzle of dark mocha.


These drinks will fill the void in your heart that craves eccentric refreshments like the Unicorn, Crystal Ball, and Zombie Frappuccinos. The Seattle-based coffee chain is phasing out its limited-time offers by cutting them back by 30 percent. At least there’s still Starbucks’ secret menu for those of us who can’t give up Butterbeer.


Starbucks’ New Tea-ramisu Frappuccino Includes Super Instagrammable Matcha Swirls

As the weather slowly starts to get warmer and the days get longer, our food and drink preferences change. We stop craving hearty soups and comforting hot chocolates, and we start enjoying ice cream cones and deliciously cold milkshakes. That's just how it goes! It's even true for our caffeinated beverages. It's pretty hard to enjoy a steaming hot latte on a 90 degree day, especially when there are ice cold options that are available. Starbucks, in particular, is always delivering icy goodness with their summer menu options. Most recently, Starbucks launched a new drink in their Thailand and Vietnam-based locations — and, as a result, you might be wondering what Starbucks' Tea-ramisu Frappuccino is.

The Tea-ramisu Frappuccino is the brand-new drink in Starbucks Thailand and Starbucks Vietnam locations that needs to be on your radar this summer. It's also not exactly what it sounds like. Hearing the word "Tea-ramisu," you might think of a frozen beverage that is a drinkable version of the famous Italian dessert: something mocha, with cream and maybe even some crumbled cookies on top, finished off with a black tea or something. Nope. This drink is totally different.

It's actually a twist on tiramisu, and it sounds awesome. According to Starbucks Thailand, the Tea-ramisu Frappuccino is a blend of creamy cheesecake milk and thick Japanese Matcha, topped with whipped cream and green tea cookie crumble. Does that not sound like one of the best things you've veer heard of? I mean, "creamy cheesecake milk?" Come on. That sounds out of this world! Mixing that with Matcha is unexpected in the best possible way. Plus, the green tea will keep you energized, even if it feels like it's a million degrees outside and all you want to do is lay in front of the air conditioner.

As aforementioned, though, if you're U.S.-based, buying this Frappuccino will also involve buying a plane ticket. If you want to buy a Tea-ramisu Frappuccino for yourself, you're going to have to take a trip to Asia. This summer drink seems to only be available in Asian markets, mainly Thailand and Vietnam, for a limited time only.

That's definitely a major bummer for those of us who aren't traveling to Asia any time soon and who now really want to know what cheesecake milk tastes like — but hey, it's a great excuse for a vacation, right?

In the meantime, you can fill the Tea-ramisu Frappuccino flavored void with one of the company's new Frappuccinos that are available in the U.S. There's an Ultra Caramel Frappuccino and a Triple Mocha Frappuccino, and both sound incredible. The Ultra Caramel consists of a layer of the new Sweet Cold Brew Whipped Cream, dark caramel sauce and dark caramel coffee-flavored Frappuccino, and another layer of the Sweet Cold Brew Whipped Cream. It's topped with more dark caramel sauce to finish it off.

The Triple Mocha is equally decadent. It starts with a layer of Sweet Cold Brew Whipped Cream, which is topped with dark mocha sauce, then the classic Frappuccino mix, then mocha coffee Frappuccino, and then more Sweet Cold Brew Whipped Cream with dark mocha sauce swirl on top. Are you drooling yet? Because I fully am.


Starbucks’ New Tea-ramisu Frappuccino Includes Super Instagrammable Matcha Swirls

As the weather slowly starts to get warmer and the days get longer, our food and drink preferences change. We stop craving hearty soups and comforting hot chocolates, and we start enjoying ice cream cones and deliciously cold milkshakes. That's just how it goes! It's even true for our caffeinated beverages. It's pretty hard to enjoy a steaming hot latte on a 90 degree day, especially when there are ice cold options that are available. Starbucks, in particular, is always delivering icy goodness with their summer menu options. Most recently, Starbucks launched a new drink in their Thailand and Vietnam-based locations — and, as a result, you might be wondering what Starbucks' Tea-ramisu Frappuccino is.

The Tea-ramisu Frappuccino is the brand-new drink in Starbucks Thailand and Starbucks Vietnam locations that needs to be on your radar this summer. It's also not exactly what it sounds like. Hearing the word "Tea-ramisu," you might think of a frozen beverage that is a drinkable version of the famous Italian dessert: something mocha, with cream and maybe even some crumbled cookies on top, finished off with a black tea or something. Nope. This drink is totally different.

It's actually a twist on tiramisu, and it sounds awesome. According to Starbucks Thailand, the Tea-ramisu Frappuccino is a blend of creamy cheesecake milk and thick Japanese Matcha, topped with whipped cream and green tea cookie crumble. Does that not sound like one of the best things you've veer heard of? I mean, "creamy cheesecake milk?" Come on. That sounds out of this world! Mixing that with Matcha is unexpected in the best possible way. Plus, the green tea will keep you energized, even if it feels like it's a million degrees outside and all you want to do is lay in front of the air conditioner.

As aforementioned, though, if you're U.S.-based, buying this Frappuccino will also involve buying a plane ticket. If you want to buy a Tea-ramisu Frappuccino for yourself, you're going to have to take a trip to Asia. This summer drink seems to only be available in Asian markets, mainly Thailand and Vietnam, for a limited time only.

That's definitely a major bummer for those of us who aren't traveling to Asia any time soon and who now really want to know what cheesecake milk tastes like — but hey, it's a great excuse for a vacation, right?

In the meantime, you can fill the Tea-ramisu Frappuccino flavored void with one of the company's new Frappuccinos that are available in the U.S. There's an Ultra Caramel Frappuccino and a Triple Mocha Frappuccino, and both sound incredible. The Ultra Caramel consists of a layer of the new Sweet Cold Brew Whipped Cream, dark caramel sauce and dark caramel coffee-flavored Frappuccino, and another layer of the Sweet Cold Brew Whipped Cream. It's topped with more dark caramel sauce to finish it off.

The Triple Mocha is equally decadent. It starts with a layer of Sweet Cold Brew Whipped Cream, which is topped with dark mocha sauce, then the classic Frappuccino mix, then mocha coffee Frappuccino, and then more Sweet Cold Brew Whipped Cream with dark mocha sauce swirl on top. Are you drooling yet? Because I fully am.


Starbucks’ New Tea-ramisu Frappuccino Includes Super Instagrammable Matcha Swirls

As the weather slowly starts to get warmer and the days get longer, our food and drink preferences change. We stop craving hearty soups and comforting hot chocolates, and we start enjoying ice cream cones and deliciously cold milkshakes. That's just how it goes! It's even true for our caffeinated beverages. It's pretty hard to enjoy a steaming hot latte on a 90 degree day, especially when there are ice cold options that are available. Starbucks, in particular, is always delivering icy goodness with their summer menu options. Most recently, Starbucks launched a new drink in their Thailand and Vietnam-based locations — and, as a result, you might be wondering what Starbucks' Tea-ramisu Frappuccino is.

The Tea-ramisu Frappuccino is the brand-new drink in Starbucks Thailand and Starbucks Vietnam locations that needs to be on your radar this summer. It's also not exactly what it sounds like. Hearing the word "Tea-ramisu," you might think of a frozen beverage that is a drinkable version of the famous Italian dessert: something mocha, with cream and maybe even some crumbled cookies on top, finished off with a black tea or something. Nope. This drink is totally different.

It's actually a twist on tiramisu, and it sounds awesome. According to Starbucks Thailand, the Tea-ramisu Frappuccino is a blend of creamy cheesecake milk and thick Japanese Matcha, topped with whipped cream and green tea cookie crumble. Does that not sound like one of the best things you've veer heard of? I mean, "creamy cheesecake milk?" Come on. That sounds out of this world! Mixing that with Matcha is unexpected in the best possible way. Plus, the green tea will keep you energized, even if it feels like it's a million degrees outside and all you want to do is lay in front of the air conditioner.

As aforementioned, though, if you're U.S.-based, buying this Frappuccino will also involve buying a plane ticket. If you want to buy a Tea-ramisu Frappuccino for yourself, you're going to have to take a trip to Asia. This summer drink seems to only be available in Asian markets, mainly Thailand and Vietnam, for a limited time only.

That's definitely a major bummer for those of us who aren't traveling to Asia any time soon and who now really want to know what cheesecake milk tastes like — but hey, it's a great excuse for a vacation, right?

In the meantime, you can fill the Tea-ramisu Frappuccino flavored void with one of the company's new Frappuccinos that are available in the U.S. There's an Ultra Caramel Frappuccino and a Triple Mocha Frappuccino, and both sound incredible. The Ultra Caramel consists of a layer of the new Sweet Cold Brew Whipped Cream, dark caramel sauce and dark caramel coffee-flavored Frappuccino, and another layer of the Sweet Cold Brew Whipped Cream. It's topped with more dark caramel sauce to finish it off.

The Triple Mocha is equally decadent. It starts with a layer of Sweet Cold Brew Whipped Cream, which is topped with dark mocha sauce, then the classic Frappuccino mix, then mocha coffee Frappuccino, and then more Sweet Cold Brew Whipped Cream with dark mocha sauce swirl on top. Are you drooling yet? Because I fully am.


Starbucks’ New Tea-ramisu Frappuccino Includes Super Instagrammable Matcha Swirls

As the weather slowly starts to get warmer and the days get longer, our food and drink preferences change. We stop craving hearty soups and comforting hot chocolates, and we start enjoying ice cream cones and deliciously cold milkshakes. That's just how it goes! It's even true for our caffeinated beverages. It's pretty hard to enjoy a steaming hot latte on a 90 degree day, especially when there are ice cold options that are available. Starbucks, in particular, is always delivering icy goodness with their summer menu options. Most recently, Starbucks launched a new drink in their Thailand and Vietnam-based locations — and, as a result, you might be wondering what Starbucks' Tea-ramisu Frappuccino is.

The Tea-ramisu Frappuccino is the brand-new drink in Starbucks Thailand and Starbucks Vietnam locations that needs to be on your radar this summer. It's also not exactly what it sounds like. Hearing the word "Tea-ramisu," you might think of a frozen beverage that is a drinkable version of the famous Italian dessert: something mocha, with cream and maybe even some crumbled cookies on top, finished off with a black tea or something. Nope. This drink is totally different.

It's actually a twist on tiramisu, and it sounds awesome. According to Starbucks Thailand, the Tea-ramisu Frappuccino is a blend of creamy cheesecake milk and thick Japanese Matcha, topped with whipped cream and green tea cookie crumble. Does that not sound like one of the best things you've veer heard of? I mean, "creamy cheesecake milk?" Come on. That sounds out of this world! Mixing that with Matcha is unexpected in the best possible way. Plus, the green tea will keep you energized, even if it feels like it's a million degrees outside and all you want to do is lay in front of the air conditioner.

As aforementioned, though, if you're U.S.-based, buying this Frappuccino will also involve buying a plane ticket. If you want to buy a Tea-ramisu Frappuccino for yourself, you're going to have to take a trip to Asia. This summer drink seems to only be available in Asian markets, mainly Thailand and Vietnam, for a limited time only.

That's definitely a major bummer for those of us who aren't traveling to Asia any time soon and who now really want to know what cheesecake milk tastes like — but hey, it's a great excuse for a vacation, right?

In the meantime, you can fill the Tea-ramisu Frappuccino flavored void with one of the company's new Frappuccinos that are available in the U.S. There's an Ultra Caramel Frappuccino and a Triple Mocha Frappuccino, and both sound incredible. The Ultra Caramel consists of a layer of the new Sweet Cold Brew Whipped Cream, dark caramel sauce and dark caramel coffee-flavored Frappuccino, and another layer of the Sweet Cold Brew Whipped Cream. It's topped with more dark caramel sauce to finish it off.

The Triple Mocha is equally decadent. It starts with a layer of Sweet Cold Brew Whipped Cream, which is topped with dark mocha sauce, then the classic Frappuccino mix, then mocha coffee Frappuccino, and then more Sweet Cold Brew Whipped Cream with dark mocha sauce swirl on top. Are you drooling yet? Because I fully am.


Starbucks’ New Tea-ramisu Frappuccino Includes Super Instagrammable Matcha Swirls

As the weather slowly starts to get warmer and the days get longer, our food and drink preferences change. We stop craving hearty soups and comforting hot chocolates, and we start enjoying ice cream cones and deliciously cold milkshakes. That's just how it goes! It's even true for our caffeinated beverages. It's pretty hard to enjoy a steaming hot latte on a 90 degree day, especially when there are ice cold options that are available. Starbucks, in particular, is always delivering icy goodness with their summer menu options. Most recently, Starbucks launched a new drink in their Thailand and Vietnam-based locations — and, as a result, you might be wondering what Starbucks' Tea-ramisu Frappuccino is.

The Tea-ramisu Frappuccino is the brand-new drink in Starbucks Thailand and Starbucks Vietnam locations that needs to be on your radar this summer. It's also not exactly what it sounds like. Hearing the word "Tea-ramisu," you might think of a frozen beverage that is a drinkable version of the famous Italian dessert: something mocha, with cream and maybe even some crumbled cookies on top, finished off with a black tea or something. Nope. This drink is totally different.

It's actually a twist on tiramisu, and it sounds awesome. According to Starbucks Thailand, the Tea-ramisu Frappuccino is a blend of creamy cheesecake milk and thick Japanese Matcha, topped with whipped cream and green tea cookie crumble. Does that not sound like one of the best things you've veer heard of? I mean, "creamy cheesecake milk?" Come on. That sounds out of this world! Mixing that with Matcha is unexpected in the best possible way. Plus, the green tea will keep you energized, even if it feels like it's a million degrees outside and all you want to do is lay in front of the air conditioner.

As aforementioned, though, if you're U.S.-based, buying this Frappuccino will also involve buying a plane ticket. If you want to buy a Tea-ramisu Frappuccino for yourself, you're going to have to take a trip to Asia. This summer drink seems to only be available in Asian markets, mainly Thailand and Vietnam, for a limited time only.

That's definitely a major bummer for those of us who aren't traveling to Asia any time soon and who now really want to know what cheesecake milk tastes like — but hey, it's a great excuse for a vacation, right?

In the meantime, you can fill the Tea-ramisu Frappuccino flavored void with one of the company's new Frappuccinos that are available in the U.S. There's an Ultra Caramel Frappuccino and a Triple Mocha Frappuccino, and both sound incredible. The Ultra Caramel consists of a layer of the new Sweet Cold Brew Whipped Cream, dark caramel sauce and dark caramel coffee-flavored Frappuccino, and another layer of the Sweet Cold Brew Whipped Cream. It's topped with more dark caramel sauce to finish it off.

The Triple Mocha is equally decadent. It starts with a layer of Sweet Cold Brew Whipped Cream, which is topped with dark mocha sauce, then the classic Frappuccino mix, then mocha coffee Frappuccino, and then more Sweet Cold Brew Whipped Cream with dark mocha sauce swirl on top. Are you drooling yet? Because I fully am.


Starbucks’ New Tea-ramisu Frappuccino Includes Super Instagrammable Matcha Swirls

As the weather slowly starts to get warmer and the days get longer, our food and drink preferences change. We stop craving hearty soups and comforting hot chocolates, and we start enjoying ice cream cones and deliciously cold milkshakes. That's just how it goes! It's even true for our caffeinated beverages. It's pretty hard to enjoy a steaming hot latte on a 90 degree day, especially when there are ice cold options that are available. Starbucks, in particular, is always delivering icy goodness with their summer menu options. Most recently, Starbucks launched a new drink in their Thailand and Vietnam-based locations — and, as a result, you might be wondering what Starbucks' Tea-ramisu Frappuccino is.

The Tea-ramisu Frappuccino is the brand-new drink in Starbucks Thailand and Starbucks Vietnam locations that needs to be on your radar this summer. It's also not exactly what it sounds like. Hearing the word "Tea-ramisu," you might think of a frozen beverage that is a drinkable version of the famous Italian dessert: something mocha, with cream and maybe even some crumbled cookies on top, finished off with a black tea or something. Nope. This drink is totally different.

It's actually a twist on tiramisu, and it sounds awesome. According to Starbucks Thailand, the Tea-ramisu Frappuccino is a blend of creamy cheesecake milk and thick Japanese Matcha, topped with whipped cream and green tea cookie crumble. Does that not sound like one of the best things you've veer heard of? I mean, "creamy cheesecake milk?" Come on. That sounds out of this world! Mixing that with Matcha is unexpected in the best possible way. Plus, the green tea will keep you energized, even if it feels like it's a million degrees outside and all you want to do is lay in front of the air conditioner.

As aforementioned, though, if you're U.S.-based, buying this Frappuccino will also involve buying a plane ticket. If you want to buy a Tea-ramisu Frappuccino for yourself, you're going to have to take a trip to Asia. This summer drink seems to only be available in Asian markets, mainly Thailand and Vietnam, for a limited time only.

That's definitely a major bummer for those of us who aren't traveling to Asia any time soon and who now really want to know what cheesecake milk tastes like — but hey, it's a great excuse for a vacation, right?

In the meantime, you can fill the Tea-ramisu Frappuccino flavored void with one of the company's new Frappuccinos that are available in the U.S. There's an Ultra Caramel Frappuccino and a Triple Mocha Frappuccino, and both sound incredible. The Ultra Caramel consists of a layer of the new Sweet Cold Brew Whipped Cream, dark caramel sauce and dark caramel coffee-flavored Frappuccino, and another layer of the Sweet Cold Brew Whipped Cream. It's topped with more dark caramel sauce to finish it off.

The Triple Mocha is equally decadent. It starts with a layer of Sweet Cold Brew Whipped Cream, which is topped with dark mocha sauce, then the classic Frappuccino mix, then mocha coffee Frappuccino, and then more Sweet Cold Brew Whipped Cream with dark mocha sauce swirl on top. Are you drooling yet? Because I fully am.


Starbucks’ New Tea-ramisu Frappuccino Includes Super Instagrammable Matcha Swirls

As the weather slowly starts to get warmer and the days get longer, our food and drink preferences change. We stop craving hearty soups and comforting hot chocolates, and we start enjoying ice cream cones and deliciously cold milkshakes. That's just how it goes! It's even true for our caffeinated beverages. It's pretty hard to enjoy a steaming hot latte on a 90 degree day, especially when there are ice cold options that are available. Starbucks, in particular, is always delivering icy goodness with their summer menu options. Most recently, Starbucks launched a new drink in their Thailand and Vietnam-based locations — and, as a result, you might be wondering what Starbucks' Tea-ramisu Frappuccino is.

The Tea-ramisu Frappuccino is the brand-new drink in Starbucks Thailand and Starbucks Vietnam locations that needs to be on your radar this summer. It's also not exactly what it sounds like. Hearing the word "Tea-ramisu," you might think of a frozen beverage that is a drinkable version of the famous Italian dessert: something mocha, with cream and maybe even some crumbled cookies on top, finished off with a black tea or something. Nope. This drink is totally different.

It's actually a twist on tiramisu, and it sounds awesome. According to Starbucks Thailand, the Tea-ramisu Frappuccino is a blend of creamy cheesecake milk and thick Japanese Matcha, topped with whipped cream and green tea cookie crumble. Does that not sound like one of the best things you've veer heard of? I mean, "creamy cheesecake milk?" Come on. That sounds out of this world! Mixing that with Matcha is unexpected in the best possible way. Plus, the green tea will keep you energized, even if it feels like it's a million degrees outside and all you want to do is lay in front of the air conditioner.

As aforementioned, though, if you're U.S.-based, buying this Frappuccino will also involve buying a plane ticket. If you want to buy a Tea-ramisu Frappuccino for yourself, you're going to have to take a trip to Asia. This summer drink seems to only be available in Asian markets, mainly Thailand and Vietnam, for a limited time only.

That's definitely a major bummer for those of us who aren't traveling to Asia any time soon and who now really want to know what cheesecake milk tastes like — but hey, it's a great excuse for a vacation, right?

In the meantime, you can fill the Tea-ramisu Frappuccino flavored void with one of the company's new Frappuccinos that are available in the U.S. There's an Ultra Caramel Frappuccino and a Triple Mocha Frappuccino, and both sound incredible. The Ultra Caramel consists of a layer of the new Sweet Cold Brew Whipped Cream, dark caramel sauce and dark caramel coffee-flavored Frappuccino, and another layer of the Sweet Cold Brew Whipped Cream. It's topped with more dark caramel sauce to finish it off.

The Triple Mocha is equally decadent. It starts with a layer of Sweet Cold Brew Whipped Cream, which is topped with dark mocha sauce, then the classic Frappuccino mix, then mocha coffee Frappuccino, and then more Sweet Cold Brew Whipped Cream with dark mocha sauce swirl on top. Are you drooling yet? Because I fully am.


Starbucks’ New Tea-ramisu Frappuccino Includes Super Instagrammable Matcha Swirls

As the weather slowly starts to get warmer and the days get longer, our food and drink preferences change. We stop craving hearty soups and comforting hot chocolates, and we start enjoying ice cream cones and deliciously cold milkshakes. That's just how it goes! It's even true for our caffeinated beverages. It's pretty hard to enjoy a steaming hot latte on a 90 degree day, especially when there are ice cold options that are available. Starbucks, in particular, is always delivering icy goodness with their summer menu options. Most recently, Starbucks launched a new drink in their Thailand and Vietnam-based locations — and, as a result, you might be wondering what Starbucks' Tea-ramisu Frappuccino is.

The Tea-ramisu Frappuccino is the brand-new drink in Starbucks Thailand and Starbucks Vietnam locations that needs to be on your radar this summer. It's also not exactly what it sounds like. Hearing the word "Tea-ramisu," you might think of a frozen beverage that is a drinkable version of the famous Italian dessert: something mocha, with cream and maybe even some crumbled cookies on top, finished off with a black tea or something. Nope. This drink is totally different.

It's actually a twist on tiramisu, and it sounds awesome. According to Starbucks Thailand, the Tea-ramisu Frappuccino is a blend of creamy cheesecake milk and thick Japanese Matcha, topped with whipped cream and green tea cookie crumble. Does that not sound like one of the best things you've veer heard of? I mean, "creamy cheesecake milk?" Come on. That sounds out of this world! Mixing that with Matcha is unexpected in the best possible way. Plus, the green tea will keep you energized, even if it feels like it's a million degrees outside and all you want to do is lay in front of the air conditioner.

As aforementioned, though, if you're U.S.-based, buying this Frappuccino will also involve buying a plane ticket. If you want to buy a Tea-ramisu Frappuccino for yourself, you're going to have to take a trip to Asia. This summer drink seems to only be available in Asian markets, mainly Thailand and Vietnam, for a limited time only.

That's definitely a major bummer for those of us who aren't traveling to Asia any time soon and who now really want to know what cheesecake milk tastes like — but hey, it's a great excuse for a vacation, right?

In the meantime, you can fill the Tea-ramisu Frappuccino flavored void with one of the company's new Frappuccinos that are available in the U.S. There's an Ultra Caramel Frappuccino and a Triple Mocha Frappuccino, and both sound incredible. The Ultra Caramel consists of a layer of the new Sweet Cold Brew Whipped Cream, dark caramel sauce and dark caramel coffee-flavored Frappuccino, and another layer of the Sweet Cold Brew Whipped Cream. It's topped with more dark caramel sauce to finish it off.

The Triple Mocha is equally decadent. It starts with a layer of Sweet Cold Brew Whipped Cream, which is topped with dark mocha sauce, then the classic Frappuccino mix, then mocha coffee Frappuccino, and then more Sweet Cold Brew Whipped Cream with dark mocha sauce swirl on top. Are you drooling yet? Because I fully am.


Starbucks’ New Tea-ramisu Frappuccino Includes Super Instagrammable Matcha Swirls

As the weather slowly starts to get warmer and the days get longer, our food and drink preferences change. We stop craving hearty soups and comforting hot chocolates, and we start enjoying ice cream cones and deliciously cold milkshakes. That's just how it goes! It's even true for our caffeinated beverages. It's pretty hard to enjoy a steaming hot latte on a 90 degree day, especially when there are ice cold options that are available. Starbucks, in particular, is always delivering icy goodness with their summer menu options. Most recently, Starbucks launched a new drink in their Thailand and Vietnam-based locations — and, as a result, you might be wondering what Starbucks' Tea-ramisu Frappuccino is.

The Tea-ramisu Frappuccino is the brand-new drink in Starbucks Thailand and Starbucks Vietnam locations that needs to be on your radar this summer. It's also not exactly what it sounds like. Hearing the word "Tea-ramisu," you might think of a frozen beverage that is a drinkable version of the famous Italian dessert: something mocha, with cream and maybe even some crumbled cookies on top, finished off with a black tea or something. Nope. This drink is totally different.

It's actually a twist on tiramisu, and it sounds awesome. According to Starbucks Thailand, the Tea-ramisu Frappuccino is a blend of creamy cheesecake milk and thick Japanese Matcha, topped with whipped cream and green tea cookie crumble. Does that not sound like one of the best things you've veer heard of? I mean, "creamy cheesecake milk?" Come on. That sounds out of this world! Mixing that with Matcha is unexpected in the best possible way. Plus, the green tea will keep you energized, even if it feels like it's a million degrees outside and all you want to do is lay in front of the air conditioner.

As aforementioned, though, if you're U.S.-based, buying this Frappuccino will also involve buying a plane ticket. If you want to buy a Tea-ramisu Frappuccino for yourself, you're going to have to take a trip to Asia. This summer drink seems to only be available in Asian markets, mainly Thailand and Vietnam, for a limited time only.

That's definitely a major bummer for those of us who aren't traveling to Asia any time soon and who now really want to know what cheesecake milk tastes like — but hey, it's a great excuse for a vacation, right?

In the meantime, you can fill the Tea-ramisu Frappuccino flavored void with one of the company's new Frappuccinos that are available in the U.S. There's an Ultra Caramel Frappuccino and a Triple Mocha Frappuccino, and both sound incredible. The Ultra Caramel consists of a layer of the new Sweet Cold Brew Whipped Cream, dark caramel sauce and dark caramel coffee-flavored Frappuccino, and another layer of the Sweet Cold Brew Whipped Cream. It's topped with more dark caramel sauce to finish it off.

The Triple Mocha is equally decadent. It starts with a layer of Sweet Cold Brew Whipped Cream, which is topped with dark mocha sauce, then the classic Frappuccino mix, then mocha coffee Frappuccino, and then more Sweet Cold Brew Whipped Cream with dark mocha sauce swirl on top. Are you drooling yet? Because I fully am.


Starbucks’ New Tea-ramisu Frappuccino Includes Super Instagrammable Matcha Swirls

As the weather slowly starts to get warmer and the days get longer, our food and drink preferences change. We stop craving hearty soups and comforting hot chocolates, and we start enjoying ice cream cones and deliciously cold milkshakes. That's just how it goes! It's even true for our caffeinated beverages. It's pretty hard to enjoy a steaming hot latte on a 90 degree day, especially when there are ice cold options that are available. Starbucks, in particular, is always delivering icy goodness with their summer menu options. Most recently, Starbucks launched a new drink in their Thailand and Vietnam-based locations — and, as a result, you might be wondering what Starbucks' Tea-ramisu Frappuccino is.

The Tea-ramisu Frappuccino is the brand-new drink in Starbucks Thailand and Starbucks Vietnam locations that needs to be on your radar this summer. It's also not exactly what it sounds like. Hearing the word "Tea-ramisu," you might think of a frozen beverage that is a drinkable version of the famous Italian dessert: something mocha, with cream and maybe even some crumbled cookies on top, finished off with a black tea or something. Nope. This drink is totally different.

It's actually a twist on tiramisu, and it sounds awesome. According to Starbucks Thailand, the Tea-ramisu Frappuccino is a blend of creamy cheesecake milk and thick Japanese Matcha, topped with whipped cream and green tea cookie crumble. Does that not sound like one of the best things you've veer heard of? I mean, "creamy cheesecake milk?" Come on. That sounds out of this world! Mixing that with Matcha is unexpected in the best possible way. Plus, the green tea will keep you energized, even if it feels like it's a million degrees outside and all you want to do is lay in front of the air conditioner.

As aforementioned, though, if you're U.S.-based, buying this Frappuccino will also involve buying a plane ticket. If you want to buy a Tea-ramisu Frappuccino for yourself, you're going to have to take a trip to Asia. This summer drink seems to only be available in Asian markets, mainly Thailand and Vietnam, for a limited time only.

That's definitely a major bummer for those of us who aren't traveling to Asia any time soon and who now really want to know what cheesecake milk tastes like — but hey, it's a great excuse for a vacation, right?

In the meantime, you can fill the Tea-ramisu Frappuccino flavored void with one of the company's new Frappuccinos that are available in the U.S. There's an Ultra Caramel Frappuccino and a Triple Mocha Frappuccino, and both sound incredible. The Ultra Caramel consists of a layer of the new Sweet Cold Brew Whipped Cream, dark caramel sauce and dark caramel coffee-flavored Frappuccino, and another layer of the Sweet Cold Brew Whipped Cream. It's topped with more dark caramel sauce to finish it off.

The Triple Mocha is equally decadent. It starts with a layer of Sweet Cold Brew Whipped Cream, which is topped with dark mocha sauce, then the classic Frappuccino mix, then mocha coffee Frappuccino, and then more Sweet Cold Brew Whipped Cream with dark mocha sauce swirl on top. Are you drooling yet? Because I fully am.


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