Starbucks Halloween 2015 Frappucino ‘Frappula’ is Vampire Inspired; Where to Buy?

Starbucks unveiled a new spooky drink this Halloween season and it is dubbed as “Frappula Frappuccino.”

The limited-edition, vampire-inspired beverage is made with “white chocolate sauce, milk and ice blended together then layered between mocha sauce and a dollop of whipped cream,” the Starbucks’ site wrote. A bright blood-like raspberry syrup is also oozing from the rim and it is topped with more whipped cream.

The spooky Frappula Frappuccino is now available until Oct. 31 at participating Starbucks stores in the U.S. The beverage will also be offered in Canada through Nov. 1. You can also grab this new Halloween Frappuccino in Australia, Indonesia, Malaysia, New Zealand, Taiwan, Thailand, and in the Philippines.

Meanwhile, “Vampire Frappuccino” will also be available until November 1 in participating stores in the UK and continental Europe. Participating Starbucks stores in Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, and Panama are also offering the drink through November 2.

This is not the first time the giant gourmet coffee company created Halloween drinks. Last year, Starbucks offered the Franken Frappuccino, which included green tea to create a ghastly appearance, Fortune noted.

Meanwhile, Starbucks also introduced its “Beast Mode Frappuccino” last week. The rainbow-colored beverage was created by Seattle Seahawks player Marshawn Lynch to benefit his foundation, said Us Weekly.

Beast Mode Frappuccino is made with double chocolate Frappuccino with protein powder and a hint of mint and cream. It is topped with whipped cream, then finished with a purple berry drizzle and a sprinkle of matcha.

Lynch and Buffalo Bills quarterback Joshua Johnson co-founded the Fam 1st Family Foundation in 2011 to mentor underprivileged youth on the importance of education and self-esteem.

Starbucks’ site stated the foundation conducts free summer football camps, talent shows, collects school supplies and donates food and toys during the holidays.

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