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Starbucks Brings Back the ‘Frappula’ Just in Time for Halloween

October 28, 2016, 9:53 PM UTC
Starbucks brings back its frightful Frappuccino just in time for Halloween.
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This is what we call a Halloween miracle.

Starbucks just announced they’re bringing back their spooky limited-edition Frappuccino, the Frappula, which will be available in stores from Oct. 27 through the end of the day on Oct. 31.

The “fang-tastic” frozen beverage is made with a blend of white chocolate sauce, milk and ice, then layered between mocha sauce and a generous dollop of whipped cream. A drizzle of strawberry puree oozes from the rim, and the whole thing is finished with even more whipped cream.

With Starbucks’ new Chile Mocha Latte, iconic Pumpkin Spice Latte and this spooky special, it looks like we’re going to be extra caffeinated—and on a sugar high—this Halloween.


To compliment the Frappula, the coffee chain also released two festive treats: the “Mummy Cake Pop” (made with vanilla birthday cake) and the “Day of the Dead Cookie” (a shortbread with a skeleton design)