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This New Starbucks Frappuccino Is Topped With a Slice of Chocolate Cake

This New Starbucks Frappuccino Is Topped With a Slice of Chocolate Cake


Starbucks Japan just debuted its new ‘Chocolate Cake-Topped Frappuccino with Matcha Shot’ made with almond flavoring

Now there’s no question that Frappucinos are liquid desserts.

Now you can have your cake and drink it too. Starbucks Japan has released a new Frappuccino that’s topped with a small slice of chocolate cake. The two-in-one dessert is an almond-flavored Frappuccino sprinkled with green tea matcha powder, drizzled with bright green matcha sauce, and finished off with a dollop of whipped cream and a tiny, round chocolate cake.

The alternate version of the “Chocolate Cake-Topped Frappuccino with Matcha Shot” Frappuccino comes with coffee-flavored syrup instead of matcha flavoring, and — according to Starbucks Japan — combines the best of “drinking coffee while eating chocolate cake.”

Unfortunately, both ingenious creations are only available in Japan for now. But if you happen to be in Japan this summer, the green tea matcha version will be released on June 14 and the coffee shot flavor is out on June 23. They’ll be in stores around the country until July 13.

This is the second time this year that Starbucks Japan has turned their Frappuccino drinks into full-on desserts. In April, we announced the Cherry Pie Frappuccinos that came with pie crust “lids.”

Here are more Unusual Starbucks Frappuccino Flavors Around the World to get your mouth watering.


Starbucks Created a Frappuccino Topped with Its Own Little Cake

The pastry-inspired beverage is a follow-up to the Cherry Pie Frappuccino.

Ever had that problem where you&aposre sipping a Starbucks Frappuccino, and suddenly you think to yourself, "This is okay, but I just don&apost think it&aposs decadent enough yet." Nah, that&aposs not really a thing. Still, it&aposs hard to complain when Starbucks throws a cake on top of your Frappuccino. On June 14th, at Starbucks locations in Japan, you can get the "Chocolate Cake Top Frappuccino with a Matcha Shot." Oh yeah, there&aposs a matcha shot in there, too.

The Frappuccino is made with an almond cream base and topped with a chocolate cake and whipped cream that&aposs drizzled with matcha syrup and sprinkled with matcha powder. While you&aposre totally allowed to pick the chocolate cake off the Frappuccino and eat it as a side dish, according to RocketNews24, Starbucks Japan suggests that you use your straw to distribute cake bits throughout the Frappuccino, and you sip it with the rest of the drink.

If you&aposre not a huge fan of green tea, or you just think that your Starbucks drinks ought to have coffee in them, you can also get the "Chocolate Cake Top Frappuccino with a Coffee Shot," where you pretty much just switch the word matcha out for the word coffee in the ingredients list.

Starbucks Japan has been pretty much killing it with Frappuccino toppings this year. Earlier this summer, they also made us jealous with another pastry-fied beverage𠅊 Cherry Pie Frappuccino which was a refreshingly vanilla drink layered with cherrie pie filling and topped with whipped cream and a dome of pie crust. Customers had to jab their straw through the flaky layer to enjoy the fruity frappuccino below.

Like the American Cherry Pie Frappuccino, both of the chocolate cake-topped Frappuccino flavors only come in "tall." You know, so that your cake-topped, cream-covered, syrup-doused caffeinated milkshake won&apost be too indulgent.


Starbucks Created a Frappuccino Topped with Its Own Little Cake

The pastry-inspired beverage is a follow-up to the Cherry Pie Frappuccino.

Ever had that problem where you&aposre sipping a Starbucks Frappuccino, and suddenly you think to yourself, "This is okay, but I just don&apost think it&aposs decadent enough yet." Nah, that&aposs not really a thing. Still, it&aposs hard to complain when Starbucks throws a cake on top of your Frappuccino. On June 14th, at Starbucks locations in Japan, you can get the "Chocolate Cake Top Frappuccino with a Matcha Shot." Oh yeah, there&aposs a matcha shot in there, too.

The Frappuccino is made with an almond cream base and topped with a chocolate cake and whipped cream that&aposs drizzled with matcha syrup and sprinkled with matcha powder. While you&aposre totally allowed to pick the chocolate cake off the Frappuccino and eat it as a side dish, according to RocketNews24, Starbucks Japan suggests that you use your straw to distribute cake bits throughout the Frappuccino, and you sip it with the rest of the drink.

If you&aposre not a huge fan of green tea, or you just think that your Starbucks drinks ought to have coffee in them, you can also get the "Chocolate Cake Top Frappuccino with a Coffee Shot," where you pretty much just switch the word matcha out for the word coffee in the ingredients list.

Starbucks Japan has been pretty much killing it with Frappuccino toppings this year. Earlier this summer, they also made us jealous with another pastry-fied beverage𠅊 Cherry Pie Frappuccino which was a refreshingly vanilla drink layered with cherrie pie filling and topped with whipped cream and a dome of pie crust. Customers had to jab their straw through the flaky layer to enjoy the fruity frappuccino below.

Like the American Cherry Pie Frappuccino, both of the chocolate cake-topped Frappuccino flavors only come in "tall." You know, so that your cake-topped, cream-covered, syrup-doused caffeinated milkshake won&apost be too indulgent.


Starbucks Created a Frappuccino Topped with Its Own Little Cake

The pastry-inspired beverage is a follow-up to the Cherry Pie Frappuccino.

Ever had that problem where you&aposre sipping a Starbucks Frappuccino, and suddenly you think to yourself, "This is okay, but I just don&apost think it&aposs decadent enough yet." Nah, that&aposs not really a thing. Still, it&aposs hard to complain when Starbucks throws a cake on top of your Frappuccino. On June 14th, at Starbucks locations in Japan, you can get the "Chocolate Cake Top Frappuccino with a Matcha Shot." Oh yeah, there&aposs a matcha shot in there, too.

The Frappuccino is made with an almond cream base and topped with a chocolate cake and whipped cream that&aposs drizzled with matcha syrup and sprinkled with matcha powder. While you&aposre totally allowed to pick the chocolate cake off the Frappuccino and eat it as a side dish, according to RocketNews24, Starbucks Japan suggests that you use your straw to distribute cake bits throughout the Frappuccino, and you sip it with the rest of the drink.

If you&aposre not a huge fan of green tea, or you just think that your Starbucks drinks ought to have coffee in them, you can also get the "Chocolate Cake Top Frappuccino with a Coffee Shot," where you pretty much just switch the word matcha out for the word coffee in the ingredients list.

Starbucks Japan has been pretty much killing it with Frappuccino toppings this year. Earlier this summer, they also made us jealous with another pastry-fied beverage𠅊 Cherry Pie Frappuccino which was a refreshingly vanilla drink layered with cherrie pie filling and topped with whipped cream and a dome of pie crust. Customers had to jab their straw through the flaky layer to enjoy the fruity frappuccino below.

Like the American Cherry Pie Frappuccino, both of the chocolate cake-topped Frappuccino flavors only come in "tall." You know, so that your cake-topped, cream-covered, syrup-doused caffeinated milkshake won&apost be too indulgent.


Starbucks Created a Frappuccino Topped with Its Own Little Cake

The pastry-inspired beverage is a follow-up to the Cherry Pie Frappuccino.

Ever had that problem where you&aposre sipping a Starbucks Frappuccino, and suddenly you think to yourself, "This is okay, but I just don&apost think it&aposs decadent enough yet." Nah, that&aposs not really a thing. Still, it&aposs hard to complain when Starbucks throws a cake on top of your Frappuccino. On June 14th, at Starbucks locations in Japan, you can get the "Chocolate Cake Top Frappuccino with a Matcha Shot." Oh yeah, there&aposs a matcha shot in there, too.

The Frappuccino is made with an almond cream base and topped with a chocolate cake and whipped cream that&aposs drizzled with matcha syrup and sprinkled with matcha powder. While you&aposre totally allowed to pick the chocolate cake off the Frappuccino and eat it as a side dish, according to RocketNews24, Starbucks Japan suggests that you use your straw to distribute cake bits throughout the Frappuccino, and you sip it with the rest of the drink.

If you&aposre not a huge fan of green tea, or you just think that your Starbucks drinks ought to have coffee in them, you can also get the "Chocolate Cake Top Frappuccino with a Coffee Shot," where you pretty much just switch the word matcha out for the word coffee in the ingredients list.

Starbucks Japan has been pretty much killing it with Frappuccino toppings this year. Earlier this summer, they also made us jealous with another pastry-fied beverage𠅊 Cherry Pie Frappuccino which was a refreshingly vanilla drink layered with cherrie pie filling and topped with whipped cream and a dome of pie crust. Customers had to jab their straw through the flaky layer to enjoy the fruity frappuccino below.

Like the American Cherry Pie Frappuccino, both of the chocolate cake-topped Frappuccino flavors only come in "tall." You know, so that your cake-topped, cream-covered, syrup-doused caffeinated milkshake won&apost be too indulgent.


Starbucks Created a Frappuccino Topped with Its Own Little Cake

The pastry-inspired beverage is a follow-up to the Cherry Pie Frappuccino.

Ever had that problem where you&aposre sipping a Starbucks Frappuccino, and suddenly you think to yourself, "This is okay, but I just don&apost think it&aposs decadent enough yet." Nah, that&aposs not really a thing. Still, it&aposs hard to complain when Starbucks throws a cake on top of your Frappuccino. On June 14th, at Starbucks locations in Japan, you can get the "Chocolate Cake Top Frappuccino with a Matcha Shot." Oh yeah, there&aposs a matcha shot in there, too.

The Frappuccino is made with an almond cream base and topped with a chocolate cake and whipped cream that&aposs drizzled with matcha syrup and sprinkled with matcha powder. While you&aposre totally allowed to pick the chocolate cake off the Frappuccino and eat it as a side dish, according to RocketNews24, Starbucks Japan suggests that you use your straw to distribute cake bits throughout the Frappuccino, and you sip it with the rest of the drink.

If you&aposre not a huge fan of green tea, or you just think that your Starbucks drinks ought to have coffee in them, you can also get the "Chocolate Cake Top Frappuccino with a Coffee Shot," where you pretty much just switch the word matcha out for the word coffee in the ingredients list.

Starbucks Japan has been pretty much killing it with Frappuccino toppings this year. Earlier this summer, they also made us jealous with another pastry-fied beverage𠅊 Cherry Pie Frappuccino which was a refreshingly vanilla drink layered with cherrie pie filling and topped with whipped cream and a dome of pie crust. Customers had to jab their straw through the flaky layer to enjoy the fruity frappuccino below.

Like the American Cherry Pie Frappuccino, both of the chocolate cake-topped Frappuccino flavors only come in "tall." You know, so that your cake-topped, cream-covered, syrup-doused caffeinated milkshake won&apost be too indulgent.


Starbucks Created a Frappuccino Topped with Its Own Little Cake

The pastry-inspired beverage is a follow-up to the Cherry Pie Frappuccino.

Ever had that problem where you&aposre sipping a Starbucks Frappuccino, and suddenly you think to yourself, "This is okay, but I just don&apost think it&aposs decadent enough yet." Nah, that&aposs not really a thing. Still, it&aposs hard to complain when Starbucks throws a cake on top of your Frappuccino. On June 14th, at Starbucks locations in Japan, you can get the "Chocolate Cake Top Frappuccino with a Matcha Shot." Oh yeah, there&aposs a matcha shot in there, too.

The Frappuccino is made with an almond cream base and topped with a chocolate cake and whipped cream that&aposs drizzled with matcha syrup and sprinkled with matcha powder. While you&aposre totally allowed to pick the chocolate cake off the Frappuccino and eat it as a side dish, according to RocketNews24, Starbucks Japan suggests that you use your straw to distribute cake bits throughout the Frappuccino, and you sip it with the rest of the drink.

If you&aposre not a huge fan of green tea, or you just think that your Starbucks drinks ought to have coffee in them, you can also get the "Chocolate Cake Top Frappuccino with a Coffee Shot," where you pretty much just switch the word matcha out for the word coffee in the ingredients list.

Starbucks Japan has been pretty much killing it with Frappuccino toppings this year. Earlier this summer, they also made us jealous with another pastry-fied beverage𠅊 Cherry Pie Frappuccino which was a refreshingly vanilla drink layered with cherrie pie filling and topped with whipped cream and a dome of pie crust. Customers had to jab their straw through the flaky layer to enjoy the fruity frappuccino below.

Like the American Cherry Pie Frappuccino, both of the chocolate cake-topped Frappuccino flavors only come in "tall." You know, so that your cake-topped, cream-covered, syrup-doused caffeinated milkshake won&apost be too indulgent.


Starbucks Created a Frappuccino Topped with Its Own Little Cake

The pastry-inspired beverage is a follow-up to the Cherry Pie Frappuccino.

Ever had that problem where you&aposre sipping a Starbucks Frappuccino, and suddenly you think to yourself, "This is okay, but I just don&apost think it&aposs decadent enough yet." Nah, that&aposs not really a thing. Still, it&aposs hard to complain when Starbucks throws a cake on top of your Frappuccino. On June 14th, at Starbucks locations in Japan, you can get the "Chocolate Cake Top Frappuccino with a Matcha Shot." Oh yeah, there&aposs a matcha shot in there, too.

The Frappuccino is made with an almond cream base and topped with a chocolate cake and whipped cream that&aposs drizzled with matcha syrup and sprinkled with matcha powder. While you&aposre totally allowed to pick the chocolate cake off the Frappuccino and eat it as a side dish, according to RocketNews24, Starbucks Japan suggests that you use your straw to distribute cake bits throughout the Frappuccino, and you sip it with the rest of the drink.

If you&aposre not a huge fan of green tea, or you just think that your Starbucks drinks ought to have coffee in them, you can also get the "Chocolate Cake Top Frappuccino with a Coffee Shot," where you pretty much just switch the word matcha out for the word coffee in the ingredients list.

Starbucks Japan has been pretty much killing it with Frappuccino toppings this year. Earlier this summer, they also made us jealous with another pastry-fied beverage𠅊 Cherry Pie Frappuccino which was a refreshingly vanilla drink layered with cherrie pie filling and topped with whipped cream and a dome of pie crust. Customers had to jab their straw through the flaky layer to enjoy the fruity frappuccino below.

Like the American Cherry Pie Frappuccino, both of the chocolate cake-topped Frappuccino flavors only come in "tall." You know, so that your cake-topped, cream-covered, syrup-doused caffeinated milkshake won&apost be too indulgent.


Starbucks Created a Frappuccino Topped with Its Own Little Cake

The pastry-inspired beverage is a follow-up to the Cherry Pie Frappuccino.

Ever had that problem where you&aposre sipping a Starbucks Frappuccino, and suddenly you think to yourself, "This is okay, but I just don&apost think it&aposs decadent enough yet." Nah, that&aposs not really a thing. Still, it&aposs hard to complain when Starbucks throws a cake on top of your Frappuccino. On June 14th, at Starbucks locations in Japan, you can get the "Chocolate Cake Top Frappuccino with a Matcha Shot." Oh yeah, there&aposs a matcha shot in there, too.

The Frappuccino is made with an almond cream base and topped with a chocolate cake and whipped cream that&aposs drizzled with matcha syrup and sprinkled with matcha powder. While you&aposre totally allowed to pick the chocolate cake off the Frappuccino and eat it as a side dish, according to RocketNews24, Starbucks Japan suggests that you use your straw to distribute cake bits throughout the Frappuccino, and you sip it with the rest of the drink.

If you&aposre not a huge fan of green tea, or you just think that your Starbucks drinks ought to have coffee in them, you can also get the "Chocolate Cake Top Frappuccino with a Coffee Shot," where you pretty much just switch the word matcha out for the word coffee in the ingredients list.

Starbucks Japan has been pretty much killing it with Frappuccino toppings this year. Earlier this summer, they also made us jealous with another pastry-fied beverage𠅊 Cherry Pie Frappuccino which was a refreshingly vanilla drink layered with cherrie pie filling and topped with whipped cream and a dome of pie crust. Customers had to jab their straw through the flaky layer to enjoy the fruity frappuccino below.

Like the American Cherry Pie Frappuccino, both of the chocolate cake-topped Frappuccino flavors only come in "tall." You know, so that your cake-topped, cream-covered, syrup-doused caffeinated milkshake won&apost be too indulgent.


Starbucks Created a Frappuccino Topped with Its Own Little Cake

The pastry-inspired beverage is a follow-up to the Cherry Pie Frappuccino.

Ever had that problem where you&aposre sipping a Starbucks Frappuccino, and suddenly you think to yourself, "This is okay, but I just don&apost think it&aposs decadent enough yet." Nah, that&aposs not really a thing. Still, it&aposs hard to complain when Starbucks throws a cake on top of your Frappuccino. On June 14th, at Starbucks locations in Japan, you can get the "Chocolate Cake Top Frappuccino with a Matcha Shot." Oh yeah, there&aposs a matcha shot in there, too.

The Frappuccino is made with an almond cream base and topped with a chocolate cake and whipped cream that&aposs drizzled with matcha syrup and sprinkled with matcha powder. While you&aposre totally allowed to pick the chocolate cake off the Frappuccino and eat it as a side dish, according to RocketNews24, Starbucks Japan suggests that you use your straw to distribute cake bits throughout the Frappuccino, and you sip it with the rest of the drink.

If you&aposre not a huge fan of green tea, or you just think that your Starbucks drinks ought to have coffee in them, you can also get the "Chocolate Cake Top Frappuccino with a Coffee Shot," where you pretty much just switch the word matcha out for the word coffee in the ingredients list.

Starbucks Japan has been pretty much killing it with Frappuccino toppings this year. Earlier this summer, they also made us jealous with another pastry-fied beverage𠅊 Cherry Pie Frappuccino which was a refreshingly vanilla drink layered with cherrie pie filling and topped with whipped cream and a dome of pie crust. Customers had to jab their straw through the flaky layer to enjoy the fruity frappuccino below.

Like the American Cherry Pie Frappuccino, both of the chocolate cake-topped Frappuccino flavors only come in "tall." You know, so that your cake-topped, cream-covered, syrup-doused caffeinated milkshake won&apost be too indulgent.


Starbucks Created a Frappuccino Topped with Its Own Little Cake

The pastry-inspired beverage is a follow-up to the Cherry Pie Frappuccino.

Ever had that problem where you&aposre sipping a Starbucks Frappuccino, and suddenly you think to yourself, "This is okay, but I just don&apost think it&aposs decadent enough yet." Nah, that&aposs not really a thing. Still, it&aposs hard to complain when Starbucks throws a cake on top of your Frappuccino. On June 14th, at Starbucks locations in Japan, you can get the "Chocolate Cake Top Frappuccino with a Matcha Shot." Oh yeah, there&aposs a matcha shot in there, too.

The Frappuccino is made with an almond cream base and topped with a chocolate cake and whipped cream that&aposs drizzled with matcha syrup and sprinkled with matcha powder. While you&aposre totally allowed to pick the chocolate cake off the Frappuccino and eat it as a side dish, according to RocketNews24, Starbucks Japan suggests that you use your straw to distribute cake bits throughout the Frappuccino, and you sip it with the rest of the drink.

If you&aposre not a huge fan of green tea, or you just think that your Starbucks drinks ought to have coffee in them, you can also get the "Chocolate Cake Top Frappuccino with a Coffee Shot," where you pretty much just switch the word matcha out for the word coffee in the ingredients list.

Starbucks Japan has been pretty much killing it with Frappuccino toppings this year. Earlier this summer, they also made us jealous with another pastry-fied beverage𠅊 Cherry Pie Frappuccino which was a refreshingly vanilla drink layered with cherrie pie filling and topped with whipped cream and a dome of pie crust. Customers had to jab their straw through the flaky layer to enjoy the fruity frappuccino below.

Like the American Cherry Pie Frappuccino, both of the chocolate cake-topped Frappuccino flavors only come in "tall." You know, so that your cake-topped, cream-covered, syrup-doused caffeinated milkshake won&apost be too indulgent.