Everything You Need To Know About Starbucks' New Bottled Frappuccino Flavors

It's no denying that the coronavirus pandemic has made it more difficult to travel. If you miss the experience of traveling to a new place and feeling transported by the food and flavors found there, perhaps Starbucks can help. As Delish recently reported, the coffee giant has plans to roll out three new flavors of their signature bottled Frappuccino drink with an international twist.

Dessert lovers will be glad to know that the new Starbucks bottled Frappuccino flavors are caramel flan, chocolate churro, and hazelnut tiramisu. The drinks are part of a dessert-inspired product line called the Passport Series and were spotted by the Instagram account @Candyhunting.

Don't get too excited just yet, as these drinks haven't been released. Starbucks tells Delish it's aiming to launch the sweet beverages sometime in early 2021, where they can be found in grocery stores alongside classic bottled Frappuccino flavors like mocha, vanilla, and coffee.

International Starbucks drinks you can try right now

If you don't want to wait until the Passport Series of bottled Starbucks drinks comes out, you're in luck. At their coffee shop locations worldwide, you'll find a wide variety of unique drinks, including delicious blended Frappuccinos. Some of these drinks, like Hong Kong and Malaysia's Ruby Red Grape Frappuccino, only exist at Starbucks outside of the US. But others can be created at your local shop!

The international Starbucks drink that's closest to the new Passport Series flavors is the Churro Frappuccino. The drink is only sold in Latin America, per Hello Giggles, but those with the right intel can enjoy this cinnamony, sugary goodness in the states.

Delish suggests asking for a Vanilla Bean Frappuccino with cinnamon dolce syrup, white mocha syrup, and powdered cinnamon. Then, upgrade the whipped cream topping with some more caramel and cinnamon. If you want an even stronger caramel flavor, Taste of Home recommends starting with a Caramel Frappuccino, adding cinnamon dolce syrup, swapping milk for heavy cream, and topping the whipped cream with more caramel and cinnamon dolce.

But if you don't want to bother your barista with such a task, you're better off waiting for the bottled drinks to arrive.