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Ye Olde Toffee Nut Frappuccino

Every December, I see to it that I visit a Starbucks store to order my favorite Toffee Nut Frappuccino. Last year while I was having a cup, I told myself that I would dedicate a post to it once a year. It is my favorite beverage of all. I crave for it the whole year ‘round. 

This 2013, I went to Starbucks Glorietta. And yes, being in Makati, they didn't use plastic cups as it was prohibited. So no snowflake printed plastic cups this time. 

As usual, I had my customized Toffee Nut Frappuccino with Java Chips and extra Chocolate Drizzle. Yum! I usually order it Grande size but this year, I only got the Tall size. Woah! Talk about price inflation. The whole thing costs PhP200 now. When before, it was PhP170 for the Grande. Woosh!


My Toffee Nut is different from the normal Toffee Nut.  The java chips give the beverage that extra caffeine buzz. The chocolate drizzle gives it that slightly bitter aftertaste which complements the sweetness of the toffee nut syrup. When mixed together with the whipped cream everything comes together in a delightful blend of caffeine, sugar, and cream. Finally, you gotta love the nut sprinkles. They’re small, yet they stand out in the drink. 

Tall cup of Toffee Nut Frappuccino with Java Chip and Chocolate Drizzle PhP200
I was given a sticker for that purchase. Collect all 18 stickers to get the 2014 Starbucks Planner for free! 


Stickers! (^_^)


The mechanics to redeem the 2014 Starbucks Planner.
I really like the Christmas theme this year: Artistry meets Merriment. Wow! Very creative! 


Artistry Meets Merriment. Wonderful.
There is one thing I know for sure: each Starbucks cup is a work of art, very unique, and handcrafted. By they way, I have tried out the Gingerbread Latte yet. Oh this means, going back for more! Hehehee~


Comments

Jillian Pascual said…
You should try Orange Mocha too! They're both lovely ;)
Angel Mariel said…
Hi Jillian :) yep, Orange Mocha was available for a limited time here in my country at some point. I liked it hot because the orange flavor came out strong. I do hope it will be available again. I really miss it

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