Frappuccino

We try the new Sakura Blossom Cream Frappuccino and Latte from Starbucks Japan

Not only is it cherry blossom-flavoured, it’s also the first time Starbucks has ever released a drink with crunchy Japanese rice cracker pieces.

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Starbucks Japan unveils new lineup of sakura beverages and drinkware for 2017

The global coffeehouse chain gives us a taste of spring with two new beverages and a drinkware range containing over thirty cherry blossom-themed items.

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Here are our top 5 picks of Starbucks Japan’s limited-time Frappuccino releases from 2016

Sweet dreams are made of these.

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Starbucks Japan reveals its final Frappuccino releases for 2016

The global coffee house chain is squeezing one more star ingredient into their beverage lineup before the end of the year.

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Starbucks Japan releases Matcha White Chocolate Frappuccino

The new limited-edition release surprised everyone when it appeared virtually unannounced around the country today.

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Starbucks Japan releases delicious baked apple drinks for the holiday season!【Taste Test】

The cool Frappuccino and its hot counterpart are some of the sauciest, best looking drinks we’ve ever tasted.

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Join in the holiday cheer by drinking a baked apple at Starbucks Japan this winter

As their third holiday drink this year, Starbucks Japan will be offering baked apples in drinkable form – served either hot or cold! 

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Starbucks puddings arrive in Japan with cute packaging and gorgeous flavours 【Taste Test】

After months of pining for the Korea-only limited edition release, Starbucks customers in Japan finally get to enjoy the delicious puddings too.

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Starbucks Japan reveals holiday season drinkware and Christmas Frappuccinos

For Starbucks fans in Japan, this truly is the season to be jolly.

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Starbucks Japan’s new Nectarine Frappuccinos – Are they peachy keen? 【Taste test】

We headed to our local Starbucks branch for the debut of the Bavarian cream-enhanced dessert drink.

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Starbucks Japan releases their first ever creamy fruit tea Frappuccino

The Frappuccino sets out a new path for Starbucks as the company ventures out into tea territory with their latest release.

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Starbucks Japan releases new Golden Maple Candy Walnut Frappuccino with sweet dipping sticks

Japanese Twitter users are weighing in with their thoughts on the two new limited edition items.

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Starbucks branch gives blended ice welcome to Pokémon GO players with cool Pokémon Frappuccinos

A variety of adorable Pocket Monsters have already served as the inspiration for delicious-looking drinks.

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Starbucks Japan releases new limited edition Caramel Latte with Waffle Cone flavour

Does it taste like a coffee ice cream or a sweet baked dessert? Join us for the delicious taste test after the break!

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Starbucks Japan brings us a Coffee Jelly and Creamy Vanilla Frappuccino this summer

The beautiful four-layered Frappuccino is filled with jelly made from Starbucks’ roast espresso blend.

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How to customise Starbucks Japan’s Baked Cheesecake Frappuccino and give it the taste of tiramisu

We’ll show you how to order off the menu at Starbucks to create a mind-blowingly delicious frappucino that tastes like a cheesecake-based Tiramisu.

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How are Starbucks Japan’s Baked Cheesecake Frappuccinos? We find out 【Taste test】

Starbucks Japan takes a break from fruit and goes for the cheese in its newest dessert drink.

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Starbucks Japan’s new Baked Cheesecake Frappuccinos promise to be both cheesy and awesome

The coffeehouse is giving Japan something to look forward to during the dreaded rainy season.

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Chocolate Brownie Matcha Frappuccinos make their glorious return to Starbucks Japan

The wait is over to once again enjoy this amazing East-meets-West dessert beverage.

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Our Japanese-language reporter falls in love…with Starbucks’ new cantaloupe Frappuccino

A mysterious and alluring stranger recently came into Meg’s life.

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