Frappula Frappuccino: Doesn’t Actually Suck at All

If you like chocolate covered strawberries this will be right up your alley.

If you do not like chocolate covered strawberries, you may actually even still enjoy this beverage. I’m not a fan of the former, but this limited edition frapp was still pretty delicious.

Much like almost any food you see on social media from a big corporate chain, mine did not come out looking like the ones I’d seen on Twitter, but don’t let that ruin the mot important part, which is the taste of your food – friendly reminder.


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My spooky afternoon pick-me-up was still delicious! The beverage itself is a white mocha frappuccino topped with strawberry puree and whipped cream. Being the anti-whipped cream enthusiast that I am, mine went without to save me about 60 calories from the breakdown below.

The [Nutrition] Facts

I still stand by cutting out the air-infused sugar fluff and saving yourself the ~60 calories, but if you insist on the topping, the below is representative of what you’re looking at damage-wise:


Overall, I still think frappuccino my limited-edition loyalties lie with the Molten Chocolate Frappuccino (pour one out), but would still recommend this fruit-filled delight for the few more days it will be in town.

Plus, it’s always going to be a good day if you receive a little note on your order…


Happy Halloween!

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