If there’s one thing us simple b*tches love, it’s a imagination Starbucks drink.
Nothing creates you feel some-more like an Olsen twin circa 2004 than swishing around city with your purse in the limb of your arm, sipping on a venti soy churned vanilla jizz latte.
Don’t get me wrong, their coffee is comprehensive pollution and only fools splash it, but spending your hard-earned cash on a trendy, sugar-laden beverage with that heading immature straw adhering out?
You’re gonna need a raincoat to strengthen yourself from the showering of Instagram likes you’re about to receive.
As you trendsetters already know, Starbucks have offering us turmeric lattes, piña colada tea and unicorn frappuccinos – we desired those damn frappes so much, someone even done bath bombs out of them.
And now? It’s the spin of the charmer frappuccino.
But only if you live in Mexico.
Starbucks Mexico launched the singular book product last week.
It’s done with green melon crème and surfaced with blue vanilla churned cream, blue and pinkish sugar crystals, and shimmering violet pearls.
Sounds E number-tastic.
Starbucks contend the reason this isn’t accessible in North America is because: ‘the mixture used to make the Mermaid Frappuccino are not accessible in Starbucks stores in the U.S.’
Obviously, this is pristine conjecture but this could spirit that the mixture used aren’t deliberate protected by the FDA (Food and Drug Administration).
And that’s observant something if it’s not authorized in America, y’know?
But like we say, that’s pristine speculation. As you were.
Fans of the sweetened libation have been commenting all over the Starbucks Mexico Facebook page how tasty the splash is, so possibly take their word for it, or book a moody to Mexico to see for yourself.
Be discerning though, as the splash is singular book and won’t be on the menu long.
For now, you’ll have to settle for charmer meringue ice cream and charmer toast.