Starbucks Is Selling a Frozen Drink Maker in Japan

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Starbucks Japan is bringing back its frozen drink machine where you can brew your own favorite frozen Starbucks drinks at home
Americans, be jealous: Japanese caffeine addicts can make their Frappuccinos from home.

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Americans, be jealous: Japanese caffeine addicts can make their Frappuccinos from home.

Back by popular demand this summer are Starbucks Japan’s frozen drink machines, according to Rocket News 24.

Last summer, Japanese customers were introduced to one-serving-size frozen drink makers that could whip up almost any Frappuccino, smoothie, or iced coffee their little Starbucks-addicted hearts desired.

Last year, the machines sold out quickly, and this summer they’re back for a limited time. The frozen drink makers look like giant plastic Starbucks cups and come in red, white, blue, or pink.

When making your own Starbucks frozen drink at home, simply put the plastic inner core in the freezer for 18-24 hours, put it back in the plastic cup, and then mix in your favorite Starbucks drink. Then with the help of ice and a little bit of Starbucks magic, you’ll have a frozen drink in seven minutes or less.

We can hear the cries of jealousy, so hopefully Starbucks will be introducing this concept to American stores soon.
 

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