Here's How You Can Get Starbucks' New "Cotton Candy Frappuccino" In Canada - Narcity

Here's How You Can Get Starbucks' New "Cotton Candy Frappuccino" In Canada

You need to try the new Cotton Candy frap at Starbucks!

Anytime is a good time for Frappuccinos. It's nearly the end of summer and there's nothing better than a good thirst-quenching frapp to get you through your day.

According to Teen Vogue, Starbucks is launching a new "Cotton Candy Frappuccino" and customers are so excited to get their hands on this seriously sweet treat. But there's only one problem... We don't know if it will be available in Canada!

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The new Frappuccino is launching in Starbucks Mexico! But don't worry, we know how you can get the same thing in Canada!

On Starbucks Mexico's Instagram, they announced that they'll be releasing a new Cotton Candy Frappuccino. Here's the Instagram video! In the caption, it reads "¿Recuerdas lo que se sentía abrir una sorpresa? Ven a revivir ese momento con nosotros" which translates to "Do you remember what it felt like to open a surprise? Come relive that moment with us"

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The video shows a child opening up a gift and the new highly anticipated frappuccino!

Even though it's not confirmed that Canadian Starbucks locations will carry this specific Cotton Candy frapp, we know how you can order it yourself. A representative at Starbucks confirmed that they can make you a Cotton Candy frapp if you order a Vanilla Bean Frappuccino with some raspberry syrup!

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How much syrup depends on the size of your drink. If you want a smaller size, order a tall Vanilla Bean Frapp with 1 pump of raspberry syrup. If you're getting a grande, do the same but with 1.5 pumps of raspberry syrup and for a venti, order 2 pumps of syrup! It's that simple.

That's literally all you need!

Go on, enjoy the last days of summer with a super cold and refreshing frappuccino, but don't worry, you can order this drink all year-round.

Disclaimer: The cover image was used for demonstrative purposes only.

 
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Jasmine Girn Born and raised in Vancouver, BC. I spend my time creating content, reading poetry, perusing social media, playing with kittens and drinking an excessive amount of black tea. When I’m not writing, you can find me taking photos for Instagram or dreaming up my next adventure. @jgirn