Starbucks Christmas Tree Frappuccino is here for the holidays

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Now, you too, cold coffee-aficionado, can enjoy an icy delicious beverage and feel as festive as Buddy himself because Starbucks is releasing a Christmas tree Frappuccino for a limited time.

If you want to try to make a healthier version of the drink, Keatley recommends asking the barista to split it into two cups and share it with a friend.

According to the Starbucks website, the drink consists of mocha and peppermint blended with milk and ice, topped with a "festive tree" made from matcha-infused whipped cream, a caramel drizzle, and candied cranberries that look like ornaments.

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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.

Starting today, December 7, Starbucks will be selling these festive drinks at participating Starbucks locations in the US and Canada.

Yup. It is quite literally a Christmas tree on top of a deliciously cool Frappuccino.

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Finally, on top, they put a strawberry "tree topper". I want one so badly, ' wrote one excited fan.

The Frappuccino is just a sweet snack treat, it does not have any coffee in it. It actually sounds pretty tasty and looks fun.

Following the buzzworthy rollouts of its colorful Unicorn and Zombie Frappuccinos, Starbucks unleashed its latest made-for-Instagram beverage to customers Thursday. Let us know what you think about the drink!

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