Starbucks' Zombie Frappuccino appeared in stores across the country Thursday, and reviews are starting to roll in.
Like its predecessor, the Zombie Frappuccino will also be available for a limited time, now through Halloween in the US and Canada only. The caramel flavor is especially strong, and it's followed by a tart and tangy apple flavor, delivering on the flavor promised.
Half an inch from the rim, special "pink mocha drizzle" simulates blood that drips down into the sallow body from the "neck" of this Zombie, presumably where it was bitten and infected by another frappuccino.
The Zombie Frappuccino will be available October 26-31, or while supplies last.
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Halloween is just a few days away and Starbucks is jumping on the spooky bandwagon with a limited edition Zombie Frappuccino that is only available for the next five days.
Starbucks had previously offered the Franken Frappuccino in 2014 and the Frappula Frappuccino in 2015 and 2016 for the Halloween season.
When our staff tried the creepy concoction, we agreed that it tastes like Halloween candy. "We had already invited Frankenstein and vampires to the party, so we came up with another monster that could join the bash", said Jennica Robinson, from the Starbucks beverage development team.