Starbucks Launches New Christmas Tree Frappuccino For The Holiday Season

Starbucks Launches New Christmas Tree Frappuccino For The Holiday Season

Sure, maybe in 2016.

The whipped cream is topped with caramel drizzle, candied cranberries, and a dried strawberry "tree topper".

Starbucks announced today that for a short time, it will be offering Christmas Tree Frappuccinos at stores in the United States and Canada.

The matcha whipped cream could use a bit more matcha, too, since the tree isn't very green and it tastes just like regular whipped cream.

Starting today, December 7, Starbucks will be selling these festive drinks at participating Starbucks locations in the USA and Canada.

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'I hate Christmas but I NEED a Christmas tree Frappuccino ASAP please and thank you, ' wrote another. I want one so badly, ' wrote one excited fan. Devoid of the edible ornaments, the drink just looks like a regular mocha Frappuccino with a faintly green whipped topping.

But if you like mint-chocoaltely things, you only have a few days to try this new drink. Still good, though!' wrote one reviewer.

First there was the pink and purple Unicorn Frappuccino that baristas absolutely loathed making.

The Christmas Tree Frappuccino is advertised has containing 50 grams of sugar in the 16-ounce "Grande" cup; 4 grams less than October's "zombie brains" drink. Enter me: sister, daughter, Bustle editor, and Starbucks Frappuccino-guzzling hero, here to answer any and all questions you may have related to this concoction.

Earlier this year, their Unicorn Frappuccino was a huge hit, and a Mermaid Frappuccino released only in Mexico drew envy from Americans and Europeans.

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