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Starbucks's Super Limited Time Christmas Tree Frappucino Is Here!

08 December 2017, 02:38 | Kelvin Horton

Sip and sleigh! Starbucks has unveiled a Christmas Tree Frappuccino

Sip and sleigh! Starbucks has unveiled a Christmas Tree Frappuccino

The coffee company just released their Christmas Tree Frappuccino, and even though sipping down a frozen beverage in winter seems counterintuitive, it's actually the cutest little treat to get you in the holiday spirit!

The peppermint mocha-flavored Frapp is topped with green whipped cream and candy "ornaments", so it looks just as festive as it tastes. The tree's garland is made from caramel drizzle while the ornaments are candied cranberries. A strawberry sits atop as the tree-topper, finishing off the most Instagrammable beverage of the holiday season.

Starting today, December 7, Starbucks will be selling these festive drinks at participating Starbucks locations in the USA and Canada.

Instagram and Twitter have already been flooded with images and reviews of the limited drink since it hit stores this morning.

Exclusive The drink is only available now through Monday in the US and Canada
Exclusive The drink is only available now through Monday in the US and Canada

Yup. It is quite literally a Christmas tree on top of a deliciously cool Frappuccino.

The sweet drink is made to look like a Christmas tree, but tastes more like a peppermint mocha. Now that Christmas is coming soon, it's only natural that we are introduced to the Christmas Tree Frappuccino.

This writer drove to two Starbucks early hoping she could convince a kind barista to make her one before the official launch. For Halloween, we met the Zombie Frappuccino, which included Green Caramel Apple Powder and was topped by pink "brains" whipped cream. It wasn't a sugar loaded colorful Unicorn Frappuccino or Zombie Frap, but it was still a minty sweet mix.

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