Two new Starbucks drinks you definitely should try

Two new Starbucks drinks you definitely should try

Two new Starbucks drinks you definitely should try

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Two new Starbucks drinks you definitely should try

Looking to beat the heat? Tired of your boring same ol' cup o' frappo? Starbucks Philippines has you covered, with the introduction of two new limited edition drinks!

Those looking to cool off in style are in for a treat. Starbucks Philippines just unveiled Chocolate Black Tea with Earl Grey Frappucino and Double Chocolate Green Tea Frappucino. 

It was unveiled Saturday, June 4. The Black frappe tea is made from Kenyan tea leaves and, well, what else? Chocolate! Apart from the tea base, it comes with Early Grey flavored jelly layers, with the standard chocolate java chips sprinkles, chocolate black tea powder, and of course, whipped cream. Prices are: tall (P180), grande (P190), and venti (P200).

Appreciation for tea is an acquired taste. Most think tea is for the prude, but Starbucks knows how to make tea cool (pun intended). Building on a favorite, green tea frappe, the Double Chocolate Green Tea Frappucino variation is lathered with chocolate sauce on the top and bottom of the cup. It comes powdered along with green tea powder with your whipped cream. Prices are: tall (P175), grande (P185), and venti (P195).

New desserts!

Two new Starbucks drinks you definitely should try

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Pair up that classy tea with some purple yam cheesecake. The description reads: light cheesecake swirled with purple yam, red mung beans, and macapun. That sounds heavenly. Slices are priced P140 per slice while a whole cake is P1550.

Get them while they're here! Promo runs for this month only, June 7 until June 25. Happy sugar rush!

 

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