Starbucks’ newest summer treat is the Horchata Almondmilk Frappuccino. It features almondmilk, coffee, ice, and cinnamon dolce syrup blended together. The beverage is also topped with whipped cream, cinnamon dolce topping, and caramel sauce.
Also, is it just me and my computer’s spellcheck or does Starbucks’ spelling of almondmilk bother others.
A grande Starbucks Horchata Almondmilk Frappuccino with whipped cream has 390 calories, 13 grams of fat, 8 grams of saturated fat, 0 grams of trans fat, 35 milligrams of cholesterol, 250 milligrams of sodium, 68 grams of carbohydrates, 1 gram of fiber, 66 grams of sugar, 2 grams of protein, and 100 milligrams of caffeine.
If you’ve tried it, let us know what you think of it in the comments.
(Image via Starbucks’ website.)
6 thoughts to “FAST FOOD NEWS: Starbucks’ Horchata Almondmilk Frappuccino”
Almond Milk should definitely be two words. We don’t say cowmilk, or goatmilk, dairymilk or cashewnutmilk. Someone just forgot to hit the space bar.
Actually, I remember reading somewhere that Starbucks’ AlmondMilk is written that way because it’s not Almond Milk. Starbucks’ version was specially created just for them by scientists so it can froth better than standard almond milk you’d find in a store. That being said, personally, I think it tastes awful either way.
That’s interesting to know! I wonder why they didn’t try to give it a name more distinct from Almond Milk… rather than it just looking a little odd. Ahhh the mysteries of Starbucks 😉 – Cheers for the reply!
This is just a cinnamon dulce Fran made with almond milk . Marketing at its best.
For them to label this as horchata is false advertising. I agree with the above reviewer Sylvia, it’s just the Cinnamon Dolce remarketed.
To me, it does have that weird almond milk taste. It needs to taste a little more like actual horchata, though.
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