Starbucks has updated its Frappuccino range just as Britain swelters in the midst of a heatwave.
The coffee chain has just the thing if you’re looking for an iced beverage to cool you down.
With an old favourite returning alongside a brand-new Frappuccino, we honestly don’t know which to slurp first.
Without further ado, let us introduce you to the range of the new drool-worthy Starbucks Blended Beverages.
New Starbucks iced drinks
First up, the newcomer – and boy is it special.
The new Peanut Butter Cup Frappuccino features an “icy-cold blend of peanut butter-flavoured sauce and chocolatey java chips”.
The drink is then topped with lashings of whipped cream.
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“As an ever-growing nation of peanut butter lovers, this taste sensation is sure to be the afternoon treat of your dreams,” Starbucks told ED!.
“An icy-cold blend of peanut butter flavoured sauce and chocolatey java chips topped with whipped cream – you’d be totally nuts not to give it a try,” the rep added.
“Anything peanut butter and I’m there!” said one fan.
“Stunning,” said one early tester. “I want another one now!”
An icy-cold blend of peanut butter flavoured sauce and chocolatey java chips topped with whipped cream – you’d be totally nuts not to give it a try.
“Ooooh now this is a winner!” declared another.
If warm summer nights toasting marshmallows around the campfire is your thing, then Starbucks’ returning favourite is for you.
The chain has brought back its Chocolate Marshmallow S’mores Frappuccino after a four-year hiatus.
“As mouthwatering as ever, the scrumptious blend of coffee, marshmallow flavoured syrup and milk chocolate sauce is topped with marshmallow whipped cream and digestive crumb,” said the rep.
Both drinks are in store now for a limited time only.
They’ll go off menu on September 30 to make way for the chain’s autumn beverages.
Order ahead on the Starbucks app to skip the queue or order on Uber Eats for delivery to your door.
Prices start from £3.45 for a mini Frappuccino.
More iced coffee news
ED! has also discovered another new launch that may well delight coffee fans.
You can now get a monthly subscription box delivered direct to your door courtesy of Jimmy’s.
The first of its kind subscription service is available to buy here. It costs £18 for a 12-pack of iced coffee delivered to your home.
Perfect for the heatwave – and way cheaper than a coffee shop!
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