Starbucks Belgium's Stroopwafel Latte Has Fans Jealous

Starbucks has a long history of serving patrons coffee drinks inspired by desserts. Not only is there the current Iced Sugar Cookie Almondmilk Latte delighting customers this holiday season, but in the past, the popular chain has promoted S'mores Frappuccinos, Double Chocolatey Chip Frappuccinos, and even Red Velvet Cake Frappuccinos, per Self. While these decadent creations can leave anyone with a sweet tooth drooling, there's another one that might literally take the cake.

One Redditor ignited a wildfire of jealousy after showing off a signature drink found in their country. Users on the thread couldn't get enough of the post featuring pictures of an ornately decorated Starbucks and images of current seasonal offerings, including a Stroopwafel Latte. According to Flair, this Dutch specialty drink features espresso, whipped milk, Stroopwafel sauce, and caramel whipped cream. If you're not familiar, Stroopwafels are a delicious cookie sandwich that consists of two thin, crispy waffles connected by a layer of warm caramel sauce (which tastes even better when put over a steaming mug of coffee that warms it all up) — so the combination of this treat in a coffee drink just makes sense, per Spoon University.

A sweet regional Starbucks specialty that everyone wants to get

Fans took to the Reddit post to drool over the Stroopwafel Latte and fantasize about what it tastes like. A few that have had it were all too willing to share. As one of the responders said, "It's amazing! It's basically a caramel latte, with some caramel whip and some cookie crumbles to top it all off!! So yeah it's pretty great." Another said, "Stroopwafel latte?! Why can't we have this internationally?! Stroopwafels are freaking delicious!!" The original poster also responded to the flurry of love with, "We at least have to keep a little edge over the rest of the world! Lol, but it's one of the few times we get a good seasonal drink, [apart] from pumpkin spice, [we] rarely get any here in Belgium."

With any luck, you might one day get a chance to taste this drink Stateside. In the meantime, if you get to travel abroad to Belgium in the next few weeks, make sure to visit a local Starbucks to taste this unique twist on a sweet coffee drink.