Starbucks offers Christmas Tree Frappuccino, for a limited time

Starbucks offers Christmas Tree Frappuccino, for a limited time

Starbucks loves us so much it's released a new holiday-themed drink that looks like it tastes like heaven.

Will you order the Christmas Tree Frappuccino?

Customers will be able to buy the drink beginning Thursday, and it will be available until Monday - while supplies last.

The Christmas Tree Frappuccino is a peppermint mocha creme frappuccino topped with Matcha whipped cream and it forms in the shape of a christmas tree. The tree's garland is made from caramel drizzle while the ornaments are candied cranberries. So head on down to Starbucks and drive your local barista nuts.

While caffeine is essential for many during this time of year, the drink ironically contains no coffee. Devoid of the edible ornaments, the drink just looks like a regular mocha Frappuccino with a faintly green whipped topping.

The frapp - which is available on very limited release from December 7 to December 11 in stores in the USA and Canada - has a Peppermint Mocha Crème Frappuccino base, so it won't be too much of a surprise for loyal Starbucks frapp drinkers. And while it might seem a bit unusual to be sucking down an ice cold drink as you bundle up to go outside, the drink is a refreshing take on a classic holiday flavor.



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