Six new Frappuccinos are coming to Starbucks, starting on Monday, June 8th. All of them are currently already showing up on Starbucks.com! The website says “currently available” but it’s possible that if you order them before June 8th, you’ll need to give the barista the recipe for the Frappuccino.
Be on the look out for the new Frappuccinos – I will want to know which one is your favorite!
The six new Frappuccinos are as follows:
First off, there is the Lemon Bar Frappuccino: This is a lovely creme-based Frappuccino with a caramel-sugar topping. I previously wrote about this Frappuccino here – if you need the recipe click through.
From Starbucks.com, the Lemon Bar Frappuccino is described as, “A sweet and sour mix that brings lemonade and vanilla together. Finished perfectly with whipped cream and a caramel sugar sprinkle. When life gives you lemons, sip this… upside-down?”
Secondly, Starbucks will offer the Cotton Candy Frappuccino. This is already a popular customized Frappuccino so many customers and baristas will already be familiar with how to make it.
To make the Cotton Candy Frappuccino, you just add raspberry syrup to a vanilla bean Frappuccino.
Starbucks describes it as, “Take our standard Vanilla Bean Crème Frappuccino®, add raspberry syrup, blend it together, finish with whipped cream and boom, you have a round trip ticket to magic land…”
Third in line, you have the Cinnamon Roll Frappuccino. I’m not sure of the exact recipe, but the Starbucks website says, “Cinnamon dolce syrup blended together with coffee, white chocolate mocha sauce and vanilla bean, topped with whipped cream and a cinnamon dolce sprinkle. Sweet and spicy … that’s how we roll.”
I’m looking forward to trying this! I’m already a fan of cinnamon – it sounds like an amazing treat!
Fourthly, Starbucks will introduce the Cupcake Creme Frappuccino! This Frappuccino brings together flavors of hazelnut and vanilla bean to make a fun Cupcake Creme Frappuccino.
Starbucks says, “Start with the Vanilla Bean Crème Frappuccino®, add hazelnut syrup, blend together and finish with whipped cream. A sip of cake flavor in every bite.”
This one doesn’t sound too hard to try early. Order a Vanilla Bean Frappuccino and ask that your barista add hazelnut syrup to it.
Fifth, we can’t miss out on the Red Velvet Cake Frappuccino!
Starbucks describes the Red Velvet Cake Frappuccino as, “A confectionery-inspired blend of chocolaty chips, mocha sauce, raspberry and vanilla syrup, topped with whipped cream. Perfectly sweet and velvety smooth.”
That looks like a complicated recipe! That might be better to wait until June 8th to try and order. I haven’t tried this one, but it sure sounds like an entire dessert to me. Well, Red Velvet Cake would be a dessert!
Last but not least, the sixth Frappuccino that I want to mention is the Caramel Cocoa Cluster Frappuccino. Here’s how Starbucks describes it: “Toffee nut syrup, blended with coffee then topped with a dark caramel sauce, whipped cream and a mocha drizzle. More than a classic flavor combo it’s a flavor collision of chocolate, nuts and caramel.”
Enjoy all the new Frappuccino options starting this upcoming Monday!
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Just to show you that I found these on Starbucks.com, here’s a glance of what the nutrition information looks like for two of them:
Starbucks.com says “currently available” for the six new Frappuccinos, but the start date is Monday. I know I’ve said that before, but I always worry a little when people order things early and confuse baristas. I think most baristas should know these recipes by now, but I definitely can’t promise that!
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