Starbucks Frappuccino Coffee Drink Caramel (9.5oz / 15pk)
About this item
- Deliciously creamy blend of coffee, milk, and caramel flavoring
- Starbucks Frappuccino drinks are made with pure Arabica beans
- 15-count pack of coffee is easy to store
- Perfect for restocking concession stands, c-stores, vending machines, and more
Starbucks Frappuccino Coffee Drink Caramel is here to fulfill your coffee daydreams. Starbucks Frappuccino is a creamy blend of the finest Arabica coffee from Starbucks with milk and a swirl of luscious, golden caramel.
What's In A Frappuccino?
Every Starbucks Frappuccino bottle contains simple ingredients providing the best Starbucks iced coffee flavors. Starbucks Frappuccino Coffee Drink Caramel is made with Starbucks coffee, reduced-fat milk, and sugar—just like you'd order at the counter.
What Can You Make With A Starbucks Frappuccino Coffee Drink Caramel?
Starbucks cold drinks, while great for sipping out of the bottle or pouring over ice, can be enjoyed in a multitude of ways with just a hint of imagination. Starbucks caramel coffees mix well with hot chocolate, work as a caffeinated creamer for your at-home brews or use your favorite Starbucks iced coffee flavors as a replacement for milk in adult drinks such as White Russians.
About Starbucks Coffee
Every day, the people at Starbucks go to work hoping to do two things: share great coffee like Starbucks caramel coffee with their friends and help make the world a bit better. It was true when the first Starbucks opened in 1971, and it's just as true today. Back then, Starbucks was a single store in the historic Pike Place Market in Seattle. From just one narrow storefront, Starbucks offered some of the world's finest fresh-roasted coffees.
The name, inspired by Moby Dick, brings thoughts of the romance of the seas and the seafaring tradition of early coffee traders. The year, 1981, was the first time Howard Schultz walked into a Starbucks. From his first cup, Howard was drawn into Starbucks and he's now the chairman and CEO. In 1983, Howard traveled to Italy and had a vision to bring Italian coffeehouse traditions back to the United States, making them a place for conversation and community. From the beginning, Starbucks set out to be a different sort of company that didn't just celebrate coffee and its rich tradition, but that brought a feeling of connection.