Starbucks Releasing New “Vampire Frappuccino” For Halloween

Good morning, Brainstainers. For those who live in the UK and USA who may have missed out on the quite lame virtue signalling Unicorn Frappuccino hype earlier this year, (and from what we understand, it wasn’t all that great), look out for the Vampire Frappucino coming out this Halloween.

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GloryNews

Starting from October 31st, Starbucks cafes in the UK, USA, Singapore, Norway and Sweden are offering the Vampire Frappuccino. So, if you love Starbucks and are celebrating Halloween, this may just get you into that spooky spirit.

Starbucks Singapore introduced the new beverage through their Instagram and official website.

There’s also some more details on this latest beverage on the Starbucks website, which gives you a more detailed description of what’s actually inside the drink.

“Both these fang-tastic beverages start off with a layer of mocha sauce and a dollop of whipped cream on the bottom. With Mr Vampire Frappuccino, chocolatey cereal is layered on top while Mrs Vampire Frappuccino sees sweet vanilla added to the mix” the description reads.

“Both drinks are then finished with blood red strawberry purée oozing from the rim and are topped with whipped cream.”

We won’t deny that it looks interesting and perhaps something festive for Halloween, but just how much whipped cream do you actually need? Perhaps, if you’ve got a particularly sweet tooth and have ulterior motives for all this whip, then by all means, go ahead.

But seriously will anyone be heading down to their local Starbucks to try the Vampire Frappuccino once it comes out on this most sinful of holidays? Or will you just be sticking with Pumpkin Spiced Latte or just your usual coffee that isn’t from Starbucks?

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Please do let us know in the comments.

<Story by Emily Clark>

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