The Baked Cheesecake Frappuccino Comes to Starbucks in Japan

Japan is introduced to the creamy goodness of the browned cheesecake-flavored Starbucks Frappuccino
Frappuccinos take on another classic dessert flavor.


Frappuccinos take on another classic dessert flavor.

Starbucks Japan has a new sweet treat just in time for summer: the Baked Cheesecake Frappuccino.

Now, America was just introduced to the Strawberry Cheesecake Frappuccino, but this one is mixed with graham cracker crust and topped with browned or “baked” whipped cream, with a flavor that’s supposedly reminiscent of the top layer of a creamy cheesecake, according to Rocket News 24.

The Baked Cheesecake Frappuccino will be coming to Japanese Starbucks locations for a limited time, from June 1 to July 1, priced at 610 yen ($5.60 USD) for a tall size. That’s a pretty hefty price for a dessert drink, but it will make a tasty, refreshing drink for the monstrously rainy season in Japan in the summer.

The baked Frappuccino joins a line of unique Frappuccino flavors in Japan, including cherry blossom in the spring, and chestnut in the fall.

No word yet on if this flavor will come to America yet. 

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