The concoction starts with a peppermint-mocha blended crème base which is topped with a tree made of trendy matcha-infused whipped cream. The whipped cream is then drizzled with a caramel "garland" and sprinkled with candied cranberry "ornaments".
Finally, the frozen drink is finished off with a strawberry that makes for a fruity tree topper.
The Christmas Tree Frappuccino is available starting Thursday, Dec. 7 through Monday, Dec. 11.
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The festive Christmas Tree Frappuccino looks just like the Fraser Fir in your living room, minus the presents, the mess, and the inability to drink it. Still, it's worth pointing out that the nutritional information for the Christmas Tree Frappuccino is eye-opening. People have already flocked to the coffee supplier to test out the sweet treat, and it seems to be a serious hit. Now that Christmas is coming soon, it's only natural that we are introduced to the Christmas Tree Frappuccino.
Unsurprisingly, there's 50 grams of sugar in a grande, along with some hard-to-pronounce preservatives in the drink's syrups, including potassium sorbate, sodium citrate, sodium benzoate and more.
The matcha whipped cream could use a bit more matcha, too, since the tree isn't very green and it tastes just like regular whipped cream. It actually sounds pretty tasty and looks fun.