Starbucks' Christmas Tree Frappuccino Fuels Social Media Frenzy


The Christmas Tree Frappuccino was released just in time for the Christmas season.

The matcha whipped cream could use a bit more matcha, too, since the tree isn't very green and it tastes just like regular whipped cream. You might even find some sliced strawberries in there as well to "top" the topper.

While the Christmas Tree Frappuccino is clearly meant for Instagram, it breaks from the Unicorn Frappuccino tradition by actually tasting good.

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'I hate Christmas but I NEED a Christmas tree Frappuccino ASAP please and thank you, ' wrote another. This drink, however, breaks from Unicorn Frappuccino tradition in one crucial way: It actually tastes good.

The limited edition drink will be on sale in the US and Canada from Dec. 7 through Monday, Dec. 11. It was a fun looking holiday drink with a minty sweetness to it. And while it might seem a bit unusual to be sucking down an ice cold drink as you bundle up to go outside, the drink is a refreshing take on a classic holiday flavor. Enter me: sister, daughter, Bustle editor, and Starbucks Frappuccino-guzzling hero, here to answer any and all questions you may have related to this concoction.

Most recently, for Halloween, there was a Zombie Frappuccino, which was made with a Crème Frappuccino base, tart apple and caramel flavors, and a topping of red mocha drizzle and pink whipped cream "brains".