Starbucks Selling New 'Christmas Tree' Drink For Only 5 Days

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The drink joins the chain's annual holiday cups, which this year feature intricate designs that customers can fill in themselves to create their own custom cup.

The minty drink is made out of a peppermint and mocha blended cream base, while the whipped cream is mixed with matcha powder to give it a colorful touch.

But if you like mint-chocoaltely things, you only have a few days to try this new drink.

The drink is only available now through Monday at participating locations. The whipped cream is then drizzled with a caramel "garland" and sprinkled with candied cranberry "ornaments".

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Yup. It is quite literally a Christmas tree on top of a deliciously cool Frappuccino. A strawberry sits atop as the tree-topper, finishing off the most Instagrammable beverage of the holiday season.

If you dare to sample this festive concoction, you can do so now at your local Starbucks. It's available now through December 11. People have already flocked to the coffee supplier to test out the sweet treat, and it seems to be a serious hit.

This writer drove to two Starbucks early hoping she could convince a kind barista to make her one before the official launch. A limited edition frappuccino that actually tastes as good as it looks?

If you don't want to courageous the cold (drink), there are of course other beverages at Starbucks that'll provide you with your holiday fix. It's also topped with whipped cream and Caramel Brulée topping. All you can do at that point is drink it and what's the point of that?

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