When it comes to extraordinary beverages, no other coffeehouse chain can even come close to Starbucks. And when it comes to Starbucks’ best-selling menu option, it’s no secret that Frappuccino is an all-time favorite. Caramel, mocha, and java chip are some of its top-selling Frappuccino flavors. While these flavors are offered all year round, there are also other Frappuccino recipes that are offered for a limited time only. Not to mention, Starbucks has over 29,000 stores in different parts of the world wherein each country is coming up with their own unique menu items. So, you can just imagine the number of menu options that this coffee company has to offer to the world. We’ve compiled the most mind-blowing Starbucks Frappuccino flavors from different countries. If you’re a huge fan of Starbucks, this list might help you decide which country to go to on your next trip.
Tie-Dye Frappuccino — United States
In July 10, the coffeehouse chain debuted its limited-edition psychedelic beverage just in time for the summer. The Tie-Dye Frappuccino Blended Beverage Crème has enchanting tie-dye swirls of vibrant colors yellow, red, and blue. This fruity beverage is topped with vanilla whipped cream with sprinkles of colored powder. People who have tried it claimed that this colorful drink tastes like banana Laffy Taffy. So basically, it’s not all about the looks.
As expected, the summer-themed Tie-Dye Frappuccino became all the rage that fans started to worry that it may sold out anytime soon.
Peach on the Beach Frappuccino — Japan
If the US amazed you with its colorful offering for the summer, let Japan reinvigorate you with its refreshing summer-themed recipe. The Peach on the Beach Frappuccino contains real pieces of white Japanese peach, along with peach puree, peach juice, and peach sauce. Needless to say, every sip of this peachy drink will give you the sensation of eating a fresh peach. Moreover, it features pink swirls to resemble the skin of a ripe peach. And the white cream topping takes the form of sea foam crashing on the shore.
The Peach on the Beach Frappuccino is exclusively available in Japan from July 19 to August 29 only. So, how does sushi and a cup of refreshing frappuccino sound?
Salted Caramel Brownie Frappuccino — Europe
People are really looking forward to the Starbucks’ Christmas drinks menu to help them go through the winter season. Last year, Starbucks stores in Europe added a winter favorite frappuccino flavor that is well-loved by kids and grown-ups alike. The Salted Caramel Brownie Frappuccino is a blend of mocha and milk with salted caramel sauce. It is topped with salted caramel brownie flavored whipped cream with drizzles of salted caramel brittle and brownie crumbles. In other words, this frappuccino is the perfect drink to satisfy your sugar cravings. The flavor also comes in a hot chocolate version which can also be perfect to warm up your cold winter season.
Snowball Dark Mocha Frappuccino — Indonesia and Vietnam
Let’s keep the most mind-blowing Starbucks frappuccino flavors rolling. If Europe offered a sweet-overloaded beverage for the holiday, Indonesia and Vietnam opted to go bittersweet instead. Starbucks locations in these Asian countries pumped up the holiday with the Snowball Dark Mocha Frappuccino flavor. Just like Europe’s Salted Caramel Brownie, this flavor is also available in frappuccino and hot drink forms. As a frapp, it contains dark chocolate mocha blended with vanilla and java chips. It is topped with espresso-infused whipped cream and finished with crunchy rice puffs that resemble tiny snowballs.
Bubblegum Frappuccino and Cotton Candy Frappuccino — Mexico
Starbucks stores in Mexico finds a way to take us back to our childhood by bringing back the flavors that we dearly loved when we were kids – bubblegum and cotton candy. If you’re looking for something sweet and nostalgic, the Bubblegum and Cotton Candy Frappuccinos are the perfect drink for you. Additionally, these Instagrammable beverages are non-caffeinated, ideal for those who only wish to satisfy their sweet tooth without the need of caffeine. These mind-blowing Starbucks frappuccino flavors were available throughout Mexico on August 21, 2018 and offered for a limited time only.
Avocado Blended Frappuccino — South Korea
Did you know that there are more Starbucks in Seoul than in any other cities in the world? In fact, the South Korean city has 284 Starbucks stores, beating New York City by seven (NYC has 277). So, it’s no wonder that South Korea also comes up with its unique blend. Every summer, Starbucks locations in South Korea offers the seasonal menu item Avocado Blended Frappuccino. The name of the beverage clearly speaks for itself. While blending up an avocado into a beverage is nothing new, the most interesting feature of this frapp is the chocolate pit on top, making it resemble an actual avocado sliced in half.
Caramel Popcorn Pretzel Frappuccino — Australia and the United Kingdom
Caramel corn lovers would wish they live in Australia or in the UK just to get a hold of this drink. The Caramel Popcorn Pretzel Frappuccino is a limited-time-only recipe that features the company’s signature Pop’zel syrup (a blend of popcorn and pretzel). It is topped with whipped cream and finished with caramel popcorn, salted pretzel and caramel drizzle.
Zombie Frappuccino — United States and Canada
Whatever the season is, Starbucks has a corresponding flavor for it. As for Halloween, there’s nothing more spooktacular than a zombie-inspired frapp. In the countries where trick or treat is most celebrated, Starbucks locations in US and Canada launched the Zombie Frappuccino for the first time in October 2017. The non-caffeinated Halloween menu item featured a blend of tart apple and caramel. It is topped with drizzles of red mocha and pink whipped cream that resemble brains. Trick or treat? This is absolutely more of a treat.
Dark Mocha Frappuccino — United States (exclusive to Target)
Tired of the over-the-top sweet beverages? If you want to try something more serious, the Dark Mocha Frappuccino is definitely the one for you. It contains extra-dark cocoa that gives you more chocolate flavor and less sugary sweet taste. Hence, this is not your ordinary chocolate frapp. It features a blend of dark cocoa, coffee, milk, and ice all topped with vanilla whipped cream. Unfortunately, this chocolatey beverage is exclusively available at Starbucks stores within Target locations. This leaves everyone outside US drooling in envy.
Shiok-ah-ccino — Singapore
In Singapore, the word ‘shiok’ means delicious or tasty, which precisely describes Shiok-ah-ccino. Inspired by Singapore’s local ice cream sandwich, it features smooth vanilla cream blended with chocolate chips. It is served with a waffle crisp and a chocolate topper.
American Cherry Pie Frappuccino — Japan
Based from the name itself, no one would’ve thought that the American Cherry Pie Frappuccino was a new concoction from Japan. On top of this, the American Cherry Pie Frapp recipe is one of the pleasures Japan has and America does not. Talking about the most mind-blowing Starbucks Frappuccino flavors, this unique blend contains vanilla cream base, cherry sauce, and whipped cream. What’s more, all of these are under a domed pie crust which gives the creation the concept of a real pie.
Pokémon GO Frappuccino — United States
We’re quite sure you still remember the craze that is Pokémon GO back in 2016. But some of us are probably unaware that there is actually a Starbucks frapp based from this sensational mobile game. Released in December 2016, the Pokémon GO Frappuccino served as a perfect treat for all Pokemon trainers on the go. Starbucks locations within the US introduced an interesting blend of vanilla bean base, raspberry syrup and freeze-dried blackberries. It is topped with whipped cream to supply the energy needed to catch ‘em all.
Banana Split Frappuccino — Palm Springs, California
This yummy flavor started as a secret menu item. According to the fan-run website, the Banana Split Frappuccino recipe starts with a vanilla bean frapp base blended with a banana, strawberry juice, java chips, and topped with whipped cream and mocha drizzle. However, a particular Starbucks at the Desert Hills outlet in Palm Springs has begun serving the recipe on the menu.
Strawberry Cheesecake Frappuccino — Australia
Just like the previous recipe, the Strawberry Cheesecake Frappuccino also started out as a secret menu item. All you have to do is ask the barista to put strawberries and milk to the bottom line and add crème base. Add vanilla bean powder, white mocha syrup, and cinnamon dolce syrup to concoct the secret recipe. In January 2015, the secret menu item found its way to land on the menu at Starbucks stores in Australia. Following the original recipe, Starbucks added a more interesting texture to the creamy beverage by layering it with crunchy cookie crumbles.
Midnight Mint Mocha Frappuccino — United States and Canada
No one could possibly resist the tempting combination of chocolate and mint. The distinctive blend of chocolatey sweetness and refreshing mint has become the most-loved flavor for after-dinner desserts. Now, anyone in the US and Canada can indulge in this flavor even more with Starbucks’ Midnight Mint Mocha Frappuccino. The base contains a blend of extra dark cocoa, coffee, milk, and ice infused with mint sugar crystals. A layer of whipped cream is added in the middle which is then topped with the mint mocha base. Whipped cream on top and a dark mocha dusting for the finishing touch. A dream come true for all chocolate lovers.
Chocolate Cake-Topped Frappuccino — Japan
When it comes to mind-blowing Starbucks Frappuccino flavors, Japan always has something up its sleeve. In June 2015, Starbucks Japan dropped the Chocolate Cake-Topped Frappuccino and you don’t need us to explain what this beverage is made of. But we’ll do it anyway, so here it goes. The recipe comes in two flavors – matcha and coffee. Both variants contain almond cream base topped with either matcha or coffee syrup. As the name suggests, it has a mini chocolate cake as the topping along with whipped cream sprinkled with either matcha or coffee powder. You can just order both if you can’t decide between these two mouth-watering flavors.
S’mores Frappuccino — United States, Canada, and Philippines
Summer is the season for s’mores and we know you’re craving for it now. Starbucks have been offering its S’mores Frappuccino as a seasonal menu item for the summer since 2015. However, the coffee giant decided to cut it out of the menu last year, much to the dismay of fans. Thankfully, they decided to bring it back for this year’s summer and we can’t be any happier with their decision. Now, people in the US, Canada, and the Philippines can enjoy this delectable blend to their heart’s content. At the bottom line is a blend of marshmallow-infused whipped cream and milk chocolate sauce. The next layer features a creamy blend of graham, coffee, milk, and ice. It is topped with marshmallow whipped cream and graham cracker crumble.
Caramel Cocoa Cluster Frappuccino — United States
April 5 is annually celebrated as the National Caramel Day in the US. And to commemorate this sweet event, Starbucks US brings the Caramel Cocoa Cluster Frappuccino back on the menu for a limited time offer. This recipe uses a blend of toffee nut syrup with coffee, milk, and ice. The frapp base is then topped with caramel sauce, whipped cream, and a mocha drizzle. Why can’t everyday be National Caramel Day?
Unicorn Frappuccino — United States, Canada, and Mexico
No other frapp recipes have created much buzz and stirred more controversy than the Unicorn Frappuccino. So yeah, it certainly deserves a spot on our list of the most mind-blowing Starbucks Frappuccino flavors. The visually-bewitching beverage is made with crème syrup, milk, pink powder, sour blue powder, mango syrup, ice, and blue drizzle. But the magic doesn’t stop there. The pink and purple base is topped with whipped cream sprinkled with blue and pink powders. Since the Unicorn Frappuccino was introduced in in April 2017 for a limited time offer, people have been freaking out over it. In the midst of the craze, the recipe received negative criticisms from health organizations due to its high sugar content.
Double Double Fudge Bar Frappuccino — United States and Canada
Everything becomes better when it comes in double. Now, make that double double. Starbucks is spoiling the US and Canada with this indulgent concoction. The Double Double Fudge Bar Frappuccino features a double dose of mocha sauce, coffee, vanilla syrup, and milk blended with ice. It is topped with a dollop of chocolate whipped cream.
Crystal Ball Frappuccino — United States, Canada, and Mexico
Despite its mystical appearance, the Crystal Ball Frappuccino is just a simple crème-based beverage. The frapp consists of crème with peach infusion, topped with peach-flavored whipped cream. Plus, you’ll get one of three different candy gems that reveal your fortune.
Horchata Frappuccino — United States and Canada
This is one of the secret recipes that officially made its way to the Starbucks’ permanent menu. The Horchata Frappuccino is made with almond milk, cinnamon dolce syrup, coffee, and ice. It is topped with whipped cream, caramel, cinnamon and sugar sprinkles. This creamy, cool beverage would surely make your summer perfect.
Frappula Frappuccino — United States, Canada, and Asia Pacific
Here’s another Halloween-themed beverage that can make trick or treat more fang-tastic. This Dracula-inspired frapp has white chocolate sauce, milk, mocha sauce, and ice. It is topped with raspberry syrup and whipped cream to complete the perfect concoction for those thirsting for creamy goodness.
Cherry Blossom Frappuccino — United States
Without a doubt, cherry blossoms are the most beautiful flowers in the world. This is why people flock to Japan in spring season just to see these lovely flowers bloom. Starbucks US tries to capture the beauty of Japan’s sakura (cherry blossom) in a cup with its Cherry Blossom Frappuccino. The frapp uses strawberries and cream as the base with drizzles of matcha and white chocolate sauce to mimic the color of sakura flowers in full bloom. It is then topped with whipped cream and matcha sprinkles.
Key Lime Cream and Yogurt Frappuccino — Japan
Starbucks Japan never ceases to amaze us. In July 2017, the coffeehouse chain in Japan released a creamy yet refreshing beverage made from fresh custard sauce mixed with key lime juice and lime peel. Furthermore, the citrusy custard sauce is blended with smooth yogurt and butter cookie crumbs. It is topped with whipped cream for an ultra-smooth finish, making it one of the most mind-blowing Starbucks Frappuccino flavors in the world.
Caramel Waffle Cone Frappuccino — United States and Canada
Waffle cones on your frapp? Why not? If you love waffle cones, then you’ll definitely fall head over heels with this flavor. It features a blend of waffle-cine-flavored syrup and dark caramel sauce with coffee, milk, and ice. For the toppings, it has whipped cream, dark caramel sauce, and real chunks of waffle cone.
Pink Pegasus Frappuccino — Disneyland
The mystical concoctions from Starbucks just keep coming. After the Unicorn Frappuccino took the world by storm, here’s another creation also inspired by a mythical horse-like creature. The Pink Pegasus Frappuccino closely resemble the Unicorn Frapp when it comes to the appearance. But unlike the Unicorn Frapp, this purple-colored drink is simply made with white chocolate mocha base blended with raspberry syrup and pink powder. No flavor-shifting effect or color-changing surprise. Unfortunately, the Pegasus Frapp is only available at the Starbucks in Downtown Disney.
Christmas Tree Frappuccino — United States and Canada
Yuletide season just got merrier. The Christmas Tree Frappuccino brings us the delicious blend of mocha and peppermint mixed with milk and ice. Of course, it goes by the name ‘Christmas tree’ for a reason. The matcha whipped cream topping is shaped to look like a Christmas tree as it is embellished with candied cranberries, caramel drizzle, and a strawberry on top.
Beast Mode Frappuccino — Oakland, California and Washington State Locations
NFL football player Marshawn Lynch worked together with Starbucks to develop a new frapp that is loaded with protein. Basically, athletes need protein to rebuild and repair muscles that are broken down during physical activities. True to its name, the Beast Mode Frappuccino contains double mocha frapp blended with protein powder, mint and cream. It is topped with whipped cream with drizzles of purple berry and sprinkles of matcha powder. In October 2015, Starbuck stores in Oakland and in Washington offered the protein-loaded frapp.
Vampire Frappuccino — Europe and Latin America
Creepy has never looked so yummy. This Halloween-themed beverage is made with chocolate cream blended with strawberry sauce and topped with whipped cream and drizzles of strawberry syrup. A sure-hit to satisfy our sweet fangs.
Brigadeiro Frappuccino — Brazil
This unique blend from Brazil is inspired by the country’s extremely popular chocolate truffle Brigadeiro. It is made with a blend of coffee, chocolate chips, mocha sauce, white mocha sauce, classic syrup, milk, and ice. It is topped with whipped cream and finished with chocolate sprinkles.
Mermaid Frappuccino — Mexico and South America
To continue with the trend of representing mythical creatures, Starbucks Mexico launched its offering inspired by mermaids. The Mermaid Frappuccino is made with melon crème topped with blue vanilla whipped cream, colorful sugar crystals, and edible pearls.
Coffee Tiramisu Frappuccino — Japan
Tiramisu – a coffee-flavored dessert is a timeless favorite not only in Italy but in many different parts of the world. Starbucks Japan brilliantly was able to transform this delicious dessert into its drinkable form with its Coffee Tiramisu Frappuccino. Layers of brownie and cookie crumbles topped with cream-cheese mousse and cocoa powder, a classic dessert that you can actually sip.
Yoghurt Frappuccino — Greece
The home of Greek Yogurt, introduces a frapp that is made with (obviously) Greek yogurt. Compared to regular yogurt, Greek yogurt has a thicker consistency and stronger flavor. Additionally, it contains more protein than regular yogurt. Starbucks Greece debuted the Yoghurt Frappuccino featuring the country’s traditional yogurt in three different flavors – banana, strawberry, and honey.
Caramel Ribbon Crunch Frappuccino — United States
Caramel will always be among the most favorite frapp flavors. And Starbucks US went on to add an exciting twist to classic caramel. The Caramel Ribbon Crunch Frappuccino is a blend of coffee, milk, caramel syrup, and ice. But the caramel goodness keeps on coming. It is topped with dark caramel sauce, whipped cream, caramel syrup, and crunchy caramel sugar.
Maple Pecan Frappuccino — United States
And to conclude our list of the most mind-blowing Starbucks Frappuccino flavors, this blend consists of roast coffee, cold milk, and ice mixed with maple, pecan, and brown butter. To complete this sweet savory beverage, it is topped with whipped cream and finished with sugar toppings.