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We Tried Starbucks’ Christmas Tree Frappuccino, and Here’s How It Tastes

We Tried Starbucks’ Christmas Tree Frappuccino, and Here’s How It Tastes


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It might just be Starbucks’ best holiday drink to date

Taylor Rock

Our cook editor Daisy looks longingly at the Christmas Tree Frappuccino!

On December 7, Starbucks dropped its latest limited-edition holiday beverage: the Christmas Tree Frappuccino. The festive blended drink is built with the Peppermint Mocha Crème Frappuccino topped with a matcha whipped cream tree, caramel drizzle garland, candied cranberry ornaments, and a strawberry tree-topper.

Seeing as it’s only available through December 11, The Daily Meal made it a mission to snag not one but four Christmas Tree Frappuccinos to perform an informal taste-test. Long story short: The drink was a crowd favorite with our team, and some of us even think this could be Starbucks’ best seasonal offering yet.

“The much anticipated Christmas Frap: The ice-cream version of a slushy if you ask me. In fact, while I spooned the chocolate and green tower into my face, I felt a little nostalgic for popcorn, a rom-com, and perhaps an odd chair kick,” one editor reviewed. “Apart from the off-putting artificial layer of green muck (which I thought would be reminiscent of my all-time favorite Starbucks drink the Peppermint Mocha — not at all), this was not necessarily a life-changing taste experience. I’m also slightly confused about what time of day this dessert (drink) is appropriate.”


While our taster didn’t quite enjoy the matcha whipped cream, everyone else agreed the topping was the best part (minus the single freeze-dried strawberry). We were tempted to request that the baristas fill each Grande cup solely with whipped cream, caramel, and candied cranberries.


Overall, we give this drink a 7.5 out of 10. For more innovative items from the Seattle-based coffee chain from Purple Yam Cheesecake to Dragon Dumplings, here are 16 Starbucks food items you won’t find in the U.S.

Taylor Rock is the east coast news editor at The Daily Meal. You can follow her on Twitter @taylorlrock.


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Happy, happy holidays, friends! Starbucks's new Christmas Tree Frappuccino is now available for a very limited time only. Starting today, you can get the very festive drink, which starts with a Peppermint Mocha Crème Frappuccino base and is topped with matcha whipped cream and decorated with caramel drizzle, candied cranberries, and a strawberry tree topper.

This fun new drink not only looks adorable in photos but also tastes just as good as it looks, despite what sounds like an odd combination of flavors. You can't go wrong with a Peppermint Mocha Crème Frappuccino, especially during the Winter season, and the matcha whipped cream adds a subtle nuttiness to the drink when it melts down in. And while my drink came without the caramel drizzle, the fruit toppings added texture and, most of all, a fun dose of color.

Starbucks nailed this flavor combo, and we predict it'll go over much better than some of the wacky fruit concoctions of yesteryear. (Please don't bring back the Unicorn Frappuccino!)


Starbucks's New Christmas Tree Frapp May Be a Weird-AF Flavor Combo, but It Works

Happy, happy holidays, friends! Starbucks's new Christmas Tree Frappuccino is now available for a very limited time only. Starting today, you can get the very festive drink, which starts with a Peppermint Mocha Crème Frappuccino base and is topped with matcha whipped cream and decorated with caramel drizzle, candied cranberries, and a strawberry tree topper.

This fun new drink not only looks adorable in photos but also tastes just as good as it looks, despite what sounds like an odd combination of flavors. You can't go wrong with a Peppermint Mocha Crème Frappuccino, especially during the Winter season, and the matcha whipped cream adds a subtle nuttiness to the drink when it melts down in. And while my drink came without the caramel drizzle, the fruit toppings added texture and, most of all, a fun dose of color.

Starbucks nailed this flavor combo, and we predict it'll go over much better than some of the wacky fruit concoctions of yesteryear. (Please don't bring back the Unicorn Frappuccino!)


Starbucks's New Christmas Tree Frapp May Be a Weird-AF Flavor Combo, but It Works

Happy, happy holidays, friends! Starbucks's new Christmas Tree Frappuccino is now available for a very limited time only. Starting today, you can get the very festive drink, which starts with a Peppermint Mocha Crème Frappuccino base and is topped with matcha whipped cream and decorated with caramel drizzle, candied cranberries, and a strawberry tree topper.

This fun new drink not only looks adorable in photos but also tastes just as good as it looks, despite what sounds like an odd combination of flavors. You can't go wrong with a Peppermint Mocha Crème Frappuccino, especially during the Winter season, and the matcha whipped cream adds a subtle nuttiness to the drink when it melts down in. And while my drink came without the caramel drizzle, the fruit toppings added texture and, most of all, a fun dose of color.

Starbucks nailed this flavor combo, and we predict it'll go over much better than some of the wacky fruit concoctions of yesteryear. (Please don't bring back the Unicorn Frappuccino!)


Starbucks's New Christmas Tree Frapp May Be a Weird-AF Flavor Combo, but It Works

Happy, happy holidays, friends! Starbucks's new Christmas Tree Frappuccino is now available for a very limited time only. Starting today, you can get the very festive drink, which starts with a Peppermint Mocha Crème Frappuccino base and is topped with matcha whipped cream and decorated with caramel drizzle, candied cranberries, and a strawberry tree topper.

This fun new drink not only looks adorable in photos but also tastes just as good as it looks, despite what sounds like an odd combination of flavors. You can't go wrong with a Peppermint Mocha Crème Frappuccino, especially during the Winter season, and the matcha whipped cream adds a subtle nuttiness to the drink when it melts down in. And while my drink came without the caramel drizzle, the fruit toppings added texture and, most of all, a fun dose of color.

Starbucks nailed this flavor combo, and we predict it'll go over much better than some of the wacky fruit concoctions of yesteryear. (Please don't bring back the Unicorn Frappuccino!)


Starbucks's New Christmas Tree Frapp May Be a Weird-AF Flavor Combo, but It Works

Happy, happy holidays, friends! Starbucks's new Christmas Tree Frappuccino is now available for a very limited time only. Starting today, you can get the very festive drink, which starts with a Peppermint Mocha Crème Frappuccino base and is topped with matcha whipped cream and decorated with caramel drizzle, candied cranberries, and a strawberry tree topper.

This fun new drink not only looks adorable in photos but also tastes just as good as it looks, despite what sounds like an odd combination of flavors. You can't go wrong with a Peppermint Mocha Crème Frappuccino, especially during the Winter season, and the matcha whipped cream adds a subtle nuttiness to the drink when it melts down in. And while my drink came without the caramel drizzle, the fruit toppings added texture and, most of all, a fun dose of color.

Starbucks nailed this flavor combo, and we predict it'll go over much better than some of the wacky fruit concoctions of yesteryear. (Please don't bring back the Unicorn Frappuccino!)


Starbucks's New Christmas Tree Frapp May Be a Weird-AF Flavor Combo, but It Works

Happy, happy holidays, friends! Starbucks's new Christmas Tree Frappuccino is now available for a very limited time only. Starting today, you can get the very festive drink, which starts with a Peppermint Mocha Crème Frappuccino base and is topped with matcha whipped cream and decorated with caramel drizzle, candied cranberries, and a strawberry tree topper.

This fun new drink not only looks adorable in photos but also tastes just as good as it looks, despite what sounds like an odd combination of flavors. You can't go wrong with a Peppermint Mocha Crème Frappuccino, especially during the Winter season, and the matcha whipped cream adds a subtle nuttiness to the drink when it melts down in. And while my drink came without the caramel drizzle, the fruit toppings added texture and, most of all, a fun dose of color.

Starbucks nailed this flavor combo, and we predict it'll go over much better than some of the wacky fruit concoctions of yesteryear. (Please don't bring back the Unicorn Frappuccino!)


Starbucks's New Christmas Tree Frapp May Be a Weird-AF Flavor Combo, but It Works

Happy, happy holidays, friends! Starbucks's new Christmas Tree Frappuccino is now available for a very limited time only. Starting today, you can get the very festive drink, which starts with a Peppermint Mocha Crème Frappuccino base and is topped with matcha whipped cream and decorated with caramel drizzle, candied cranberries, and a strawberry tree topper.

This fun new drink not only looks adorable in photos but also tastes just as good as it looks, despite what sounds like an odd combination of flavors. You can't go wrong with a Peppermint Mocha Crème Frappuccino, especially during the Winter season, and the matcha whipped cream adds a subtle nuttiness to the drink when it melts down in. And while my drink came without the caramel drizzle, the fruit toppings added texture and, most of all, a fun dose of color.

Starbucks nailed this flavor combo, and we predict it'll go over much better than some of the wacky fruit concoctions of yesteryear. (Please don't bring back the Unicorn Frappuccino!)


Starbucks's New Christmas Tree Frapp May Be a Weird-AF Flavor Combo, but It Works

Happy, happy holidays, friends! Starbucks's new Christmas Tree Frappuccino is now available for a very limited time only. Starting today, you can get the very festive drink, which starts with a Peppermint Mocha Crème Frappuccino base and is topped with matcha whipped cream and decorated with caramel drizzle, candied cranberries, and a strawberry tree topper.

This fun new drink not only looks adorable in photos but also tastes just as good as it looks, despite what sounds like an odd combination of flavors. You can't go wrong with a Peppermint Mocha Crème Frappuccino, especially during the Winter season, and the matcha whipped cream adds a subtle nuttiness to the drink when it melts down in. And while my drink came without the caramel drizzle, the fruit toppings added texture and, most of all, a fun dose of color.

Starbucks nailed this flavor combo, and we predict it'll go over much better than some of the wacky fruit concoctions of yesteryear. (Please don't bring back the Unicorn Frappuccino!)


Starbucks's New Christmas Tree Frapp May Be a Weird-AF Flavor Combo, but It Works

Happy, happy holidays, friends! Starbucks's new Christmas Tree Frappuccino is now available for a very limited time only. Starting today, you can get the very festive drink, which starts with a Peppermint Mocha Crème Frappuccino base and is topped with matcha whipped cream and decorated with caramel drizzle, candied cranberries, and a strawberry tree topper.

This fun new drink not only looks adorable in photos but also tastes just as good as it looks, despite what sounds like an odd combination of flavors. You can't go wrong with a Peppermint Mocha Crème Frappuccino, especially during the Winter season, and the matcha whipped cream adds a subtle nuttiness to the drink when it melts down in. And while my drink came without the caramel drizzle, the fruit toppings added texture and, most of all, a fun dose of color.

Starbucks nailed this flavor combo, and we predict it'll go over much better than some of the wacky fruit concoctions of yesteryear. (Please don't bring back the Unicorn Frappuccino!)


Starbucks's New Christmas Tree Frapp May Be a Weird-AF Flavor Combo, but It Works

Happy, happy holidays, friends! Starbucks's new Christmas Tree Frappuccino is now available for a very limited time only. Starting today, you can get the very festive drink, which starts with a Peppermint Mocha Crème Frappuccino base and is topped with matcha whipped cream and decorated with caramel drizzle, candied cranberries, and a strawberry tree topper.

This fun new drink not only looks adorable in photos but also tastes just as good as it looks, despite what sounds like an odd combination of flavors. You can't go wrong with a Peppermint Mocha Crème Frappuccino, especially during the Winter season, and the matcha whipped cream adds a subtle nuttiness to the drink when it melts down in. And while my drink came without the caramel drizzle, the fruit toppings added texture and, most of all, a fun dose of color.

Starbucks nailed this flavor combo, and we predict it'll go over much better than some of the wacky fruit concoctions of yesteryear. (Please don't bring back the Unicorn Frappuccino!)


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