Starbucks may have started as a coffee chain in the United States, but it has grown a lot globally. And even though people are already used to the classic drinks the coffee chain offers, Starbucks certainly doesn’t lack creativity when it comes to special beverages.
Here are all real drinks that the coffee chain sells in its many territories. A lot may seem exotic by American standards, but they’re quite common in other local markets.
1. Starbucks Sakura Blossom Cream Frappuccino and Latte – Japan
Japan is known for anything kawaii (cute), and their Starbucks sakura drinks are no exception. These limited edition beverages were presented to celebrate the cherry blossom festival (Sakura Matsuri).
2. Starbucks Avocado Yogurt Blend – South Korea
The green Starbucks drink, Avocado Blended, hit Korea three years ago. Due to popular demand, it was brought back in late June with a new chocolate pit topping that’s meant to resemble an avocado.
3. Starbucks Churro Frappuccino – Latin America
This Starbucks version is every bit as delicious as the fried-dough pastry. Made with lots of cinnamon, this sweet Frappuccino is perfect for any Churro lover.
4. Starbucks Double Chocolate Green Tea Frappuccino – Australia
The Double Chocolate Green Tea Frappuccino is basically a Green Tea Frappe with a twist to satisfy those with a sweet tooth.
5. Starbucks Red Bean Green Tea Frappuccino – China
This Frappuccino seems to be more like a savory drink than sweet. Surprisingly, most reviews say that the Frappuccino is sweet, considering that there’s a legume floating on top.
6. Starbucks Chocolate Black Tea Frappuccino With Earl Grey Jelly – Philippines
The drink is essentially a smooth black tea Frappuccino that’s been swirled with java chips, atop a bed of aromatic Earl Grey Jelly.
7. Starbucks Apricot And Peach Yogurt Frappuccino – Singapore
The Apricot and Peach Yogurt Frappuccino packs two mouth-watering fruits, creating one cup of yogurt goodness.
8. Starbucks Dulce de Leche Granizado Frappuccino – Argentina
9. Starbucks Algarrobina Frappuccino – Peru
10. Starbucks Blossoming Rose Tea Latte – Canada
This new drink which was presented in Canada in July 2018. It can be served with Rooibos, Black Tea or Matcha according to your wishes. The beverage was only served hot, but it now has an iced version.
10 Delectable Desserts From Around The Globe
You’ll want to plan your next vacation based on these yummy sweets.
Life is always sweeter with some dessert. Luckily, you can enjoy sweets no matter where you are in the world. People around the globe have their own delectable little confections that are brought out at the end of the meal. Not surprisingly, a country's special final course usually reflects its culture.
The term "dessert" comes from the French word desservir, which means "to clear the table." Although we usually associate the term with something sweet, the course may also include cheese, coffee, nuts, or other savory treats.
Here are 10 delectable desserts that are sure to satisfy your sweet tooth:...
12 Delicious Dishes From Southern America
Dig into these scrumptious Soul Foods.
There is little doubt that Southern American cuisine is in a league of its own. After all, Soul food is deeply connected to a darker side of American history when slavery was still rampant in the country. Nevertheless, these dark times brought forth some of the best Southern dishes today.
Soul food is closely associated with cuisine from the Deep South, which includes Georgia, Alabama, South Carolina, Mississippi, and Louisiana. These states are known for producing delicious Southern food that is famous around the world. Here are 12 yummy dishes that are considered the best Soul food.
Archaeologists Discover The Oldest Cheese Ever In An Ancient Egyptian Tomb
Would you dare to give this 3,200-year-old cheese a bite?
The cheese found in What 3,000-year-old tomb in Egypt could possibly be the oldest one in the world. Amid broken jars and shattered glass, a team of archaeologists cleaning sand from an ancient Egyptian tomb a few years ago discovered a mysterious white substance.
It is believed to be made of either cow or goat milk and was uncovered in the tomb of Ptahmes. Egyptian archaeologists have identified what is “probably the most ancient archaeological solid residue of cheese ever found to date.”
The world's oldest cheese has been found in a tomb in Egypt.