Starbucks takes an old-fashioned look with a semi-secret ingredient in its latest matcha frappuccino.
In Japan, New Year’s is considered to be a very Japanese time. The country celebrates his January 1st, but like many other parts of the world, many of the decorations and customs are based on eating osechi, wearing kimonos and visiting local shrines and temples. It is strongly tied to traditional Japanese culture.
So it makes sense of Starbucks Japan new new year Frappuccino It’s chock-full of Japanese ingredients, and you might have guessed that green tea played a big role, but you probably didn’t expect it. seaweed It can also be part of your drink.
Released the day after Christmas Matcha Genmai Mochi Frappuccino, and yes, all of these branded components are part of the dessert drink. I’m making it in 3 types. Matcha plus genmaicha Complex bitterness that complements the sweetness of (genmaicha) milk, whipped cream, white chocolate powder, baked rice cake, matcha mousseBut what makes things truly unique is kakushiajias the subtle, almost hidden flavor is described in Japan, the matcha brown rice mochi frappuccino black soybean powder (sweet black beans) and kelp (kelp).
Nori and sweets may definitely sound like a bold combination to the uninitiated. But kombu small plates, often served alongside plates of sweets in traditional Japanese dessert cafes, act as a salty palate cleanser that complements the sweetness of the dessert, an effect Starbucks replicates. Or at least remind the customer’s taste buds of the sensation.
As always, the new frappuccino is served with a hot tea latte and a matcha brown rice mousse tea latte. Tea latte fans also have a new option: the Japanese Chai Tea Latte. Hot hojicha latte flavored with yuzu and mandarin orange peel, ginger and sansho pepper, a Japanese arrangement of Indian masala chai.
Prices start at ¥678 ($4.90) for the tall matcha brown rice mochi frappuccino, ¥540 for the tall matcha brown rice mousse tea latte, and ¥501 for the tall Japanese chai tea latte. All three will be on sale from his December 26th until his January 17th or until stock runs out.
Source, Image: Starbucks Japan via Entabe
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