What’s the one problem with Starbucks’ bottled frappuccinos, macchiatos and other iced coffees? They’re too damn small, that’s what!?
So, thank goodness Starbucks has launched huge cartoons of its iconic Caramel Macchiato and Caffe Latte.
The multiserve cartons of the dreamy iced coffees are the perfect pick-me-up to have in your fridge at all times. Seriously – how impressed would your friends be if they got presented with this when they come round for brunch at yours? Especially if they’re feeling a little peaky the morning after the night before, if you catch our drift…
Morrisons is the first supermarket to launch Starbucks multiserve iced coffees, and you’ll be able to pick them up from the end of January for £3.50 per carton. They’ll then be rolled out to other retailers after that.
Speaking Starbucks at-home drinks, did you know that you’ve probably been drinking its bottled frappuccinos wrong this whole time.
You’ve been drinking them straight out of the fridge, right? Well, they actually turn into the iced blended Starbucks drinks you’ve come to know and love... if you freeze them.
TikToker @naatalie_lee put this revelation to the test. She heard on TikTok, of course, that you’re actually supposed to put Starbucks' bottled frappuccinos in the freezer for them to turn into, you know, a frappuccino. She tried it with a bottle of the vanilla-flavoured frappuccino by putting it in the freezer for a few hours. When she pulled it out, it still looked like liquid. Once she shook it, though, it turned into a blended iced drink.
So, there you have it – get that guy in the freezer immediately.