10 Starbucks Drinks You Totally Forgot About

Chantico


Touted as a“drinkable dessert” by CNN upon its release, the drink was also criticized for its high caloric count, which was 390 calories for a mere six ounces. What a time!

Cherries Jubilee Mocha


Available in certain markets during the 2014 holiday season, the Cherries Jubilee Mocha was released alongside the Chestnut Praline Latte. Although there isn’t much information

Maple Macchiato


A former member of the Starbucks fall lineup in the United States, the Maple Macchiato didn’t stay on the menu too long. The drink was phased out of the U.S. market in 2012.

Tazo Tea Infusions


Tazo Tea and a latte taste like mixed together, you clearly missed the Tazo Tea Infusions line from Starbucks back in 2009. Only available in two flavors—Berry Chai and Apple Chai

Frappuccino Juice Blends


Debuted during the summer of 2006, the Pomegranate and Tangerine Frappuccino juice blends were made with fruit juice and freshly-brewed Tazo tea. 

Honey Latte


Made with honey syrup, espresso milk, whipped cream, and more honey, this seasonal choosing wasn’t quite the success the chain hoped it to be.

Sorbetto


In 2008, Starbucks took their love for making drinkable desserts to another level. The Sorbetto—their drinkable version of sorbet—was a frozen drink was packed with sugar. 

Mazagran


Not a drink sold exclusively in Starbucks locations, the Mazagran was an interesting venture between the chain and PepsiCo. Sold in convenience and grocery stores

Strawberries and Crème Frappuccino


Released under the Frappuccino Blended Crème beverage line in 2002, the Strawberries and Crème Frappuccino premiered alongside the Vanilla Bean, Double Chocolate Chip

Mocha Coconut Frappuccino


Debuted in 2002, the Mocha Coconut Frappuccino has been brought back a few times over the years. Made with blended coffee, coconut syrup, mocha sauce, milk, whipped cream,

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