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Starbucks Pours New Tie-Dye Frappuccino

Starbucks Pours New Tie-Dye Frappuccino”

Starbucks launched a brand new Tie-Dye Frappuccino on Wednesday.

The new blended beverage is made with a tropical Crème Frappuccino with yellow, red and blue tie-dye swirls, and is topped with vanilla whipped cream and dusted with yellow, red and blue powder.

Shares climbed more than 1% to a record high on the release of the colorful beverage.

Here's what the Starbucks Tie-Dye Frappuccino tastes like. "It's summer in a cup and something everyone can relate to; it takes you back to sunny warm days of summer spent at camp or with friends and family". Starting today, you can try one at Starbucks stores in the USA and Canada, while supplies last.

Novelty drinks like the Tie-Dye Frappuccino help Starbucks get consumers to come to stores, something the company has struggled with in the past.

That said: Life is short, the news cycle is exhausting, and you probably need Instagram clicks, so if you're into banana-candy-flavored things, do what you gotta do.

Starbucks is hoping to replicate the success it had with the Unicorn Frappuccino in 2017.

While the allure of a limited-time drink is understandable, here's a word of nutrition-based caution: The American Heart Association recommends that the average male human eat no more than nine teaspoons of added sugar (or 150 calories, or 36 grams) per day to stay healthy.



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