Starbucks Corporation is the leading roaster, retailer, and marketer of specialty coffee in North America In addition to a variety of coffees and coffee drinks, Starbucks shops also feature Tazo teas; pastries and other food items; and espresso machines, coffee brewers, and other assorted items. The company also sells many of these products via mail order and online at starbucks.com. It also wholesales its coffee to restaurants, businesses, education and healthcare institutions, hotels, and airlines. Through a joint venture with Pepsi-Cola Company, Starbucks bottles Frappuccino beverages and sells them through supermarkets and convenience and drugstores. Through a partnership with Kraft Foods, Inc., the company sells Starbucks whole bean and ground coffee into grocery, warehouse club, and mass merchandise stores. A third joint venture is with Dreyer's Grand Ice Cream. In addition, it distributes Starbucks premium coffee ice creams to U.S. supermarkets.

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Frappuccino is a registered trademark of Starbucks and is the name of a blended ice beverage which is sold in every Starbucks store. It is also sold in the form of a bottled coffee beverage in stores across the US.  Frappuccino is a combination of frappe and cappuccino, an Italian style coffee with a topping of frothed milk. It is unclear whether frappe is taken from frappé a Greek iced coffee or from the New England term for a thick milkshake frappe (pronounced "frap"), both of which derived from the French word frappé.

Similar frozen coffee drinks were served starting in 1988 by the Seattle chain Cinnabon under the names Mochalatta and Caramelatta. Dunkin' Donuts serves a similar drink called Coolatta.

Frappuccinos can be made with any type of Starbucks syrup. Core flavors include Vanilla, SF Vanilla, Cinnamon Dolce, SF Cinnamon Dolce, Hazelnut, SF Hazelnut, Toffee Nut, Peppermint, Raspberry.. These are simply called as a "[Syrup] Coffee Frappuccino", and are served without whipped cream unless otherwise specified. Seasonal Frappuccinos, such as Pumpkin Spice Gingersnap, and Peppermint Mocha Twist are also popular, and often contain special toppings, such as Pumpkin Spice powder or peppermint sugar sprinkles over peppermint whipped cream.


BLENDED COFFEE FRAPPUCCINO RECIPES



BLENDED CREME FRAPPUCCINO RECIPES


BOTTLED FRAPPUCCINOS




Bottled version
A modified version of the Frappuccino is also available bottled without whipped cream or ice and is sold in retail stores, grocery stores, convenience stores, and Starbucks retail stores. The 9.5-ounce bottled version is manufactured by PepsiCo, the maker of Pepsi. This product is not the same recipe as the blended drink and therefore contains different proportions of ingredients and different nutritional values.

The following flavors are available:

Mocha - made with chocolate
Mocha Lite - made with chocolate and special creme to make it less fatty
Vanilla - a hint of vanilla flavoring
Coffee - similar to iced coffee
Strawberries & Crème - crème based and coffee-free
Mint Mocha (Limited Edition) - Since its addition in July, 2005, it has appeared during the holiday seasons.
Dark Chocolate Peppermint Mocha (Limited Edition) - Just like mint mocha but with extra chocolate and mint flavor. New for the 2007 holiday season and re-released for the 2008 holiday season.
Dark Chocolate Mocha (Limited Edition)- Just like Mocha with extra chocolate. Released February 2008.
Dark Mocha Raspberry (Limited Edition)- Dark chocolate with a hint of raspberry. Released August 2008.





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