Starbucks Japan’s pre-hashtagged strawberry sibling Frappuccinos are ready for their taste tests

Simultaneous launch of two new drinks makes Frappuccino fans’ day twice as nice.

Back in the fall, Starbucks Japan released a limited-time strawberry Frappuccino, then broke out hearts by taking it away. This month, though, the chain is giving us a double-dose of drama, as not only has the strawberry Frappuccino returned, but in a startling twist, it has a surprise twin!

April 11 was the official launch day for the Strawberry Very Much Frappuccino Red and Strawberry Very Much Frappuccino White, or, if you’re going by their official renderings, the #STRAWBERRYVERYMUCHFRAPPUCCINO__RED and #STRAWBERRYVERYMUCHFRAPPUCCINO__WHITE. As you might expect from their pre-hashtagged names, they’re both very pretty to look at.

But after you’ve snapped and shared your pics, you’re going to want to drink them, right? So how do they taste and, unless you’re as gluttonous as we are and just get both, which one should you order?

First, let’s run through the starring ingredients. They’re both cream-based Frappuccinos, made with strawberry cream, chunks of strawberry fruit, strawberry syrup, and whipped cream sprinkled with strawberry powder, because Starbucks is serious about fulfilling the “strawberry very much” part of the deal.

▼ The Strawberry Very Much Frappuccino Red

The key difference is that the Strawberry Very Much Frappuccino White adds white mocha and strawberry macaron chunks.

▼ The Strawberry Very Much Frappuccino White

This makes the Red the more liquidy and refreshing of the two, though it’s still packed with a generous amount of fruit. It’s the better choice if you’re thinking of your Frappuccino as a



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