10 Starbucks Drinks You Can Only Get in Latin America

Every week, there seems to be a new Starbucks drink you need to get your hands on, but while a Prickly Pear Frappuccino sounds delicious, we all know that the real treats are the ones you can get across the world. In Latin America, there are a few Starbucks gems that sound worthy of your attention and palette. Made with local ingredients like chirimoya and algarrobina, their origins make them unique. We are already booking our flights to go on a tour just so we can have each and every one of these drinks.


Brigadeiro Frappuccino

In Brazil, you can get a Brigadeiro Frappuccino. A brigadeiro is a classic Brazilian chocolate bonbon. The drink is made with a "blend of Starbucks' Frappuccino roast, chocolate chips, white mocha sauce, mocha sauce, classic syrup, milk and ice." The cup is lined with brigadeiro sauce and topped with whipped cream and chocolate sprinkles.


Lúcuma Créme Frappuccino

The Lúcuma Créme Frappuccino is made from the lúcuma fruit, which is native to Peru. The drink is said to taste just like caramel.


Cinnamon Horchata Frappuccino

Ever thought about having a Cinnamon Horchata Frappuccino? Well, head to Mexico. The frap is made with a blend of rice, milk, vanilla, cinnamon, and a hint of coconut.


Churro Frappuccino

Across different Starbucks locations in Latin America, you can get your hands on a Churro Frappuccino. The savory drink is made with cinnamon dolce and white mocha syrups, whipped cream, and a sprinkle of cinnamon.


Taro Frappuccino

Starbucks Mexico just released its new Taro Frappuccino, which they describe as having an "exotic color and flavor." We would agree.


Algarrobina Frappuccino

Only in Peru can you get the Algarrobina Frappuccino. The algarrobina syrup is made from the black carob tree. The frap was created using "Algarrobina sauce, Frappuccino roast, chocolate chips, mocha, milk and ice. It's topped with whipped cream and a swirl of Algarrobina sauce."


Chirimoya Créme Frappuccino

The chirimoya fruit grows through Latin America. Starbucks used it to create its Chirimoya Créme Frappuccino, which looks delicious topped with whipped cream and chocolate syrup.


Frutilla Green Tea Lemonade

The Frutilla Green Tea Lemonade is made using a blend of strawberry, lemon, and green tea that is sure to be super refreshing on a hot Summer day. You can find it across Latin America.


Red Berry and Banana Yogurt Frappuccinos

Originally, the Yogurt Frappuccino was exclusive to the UK, but it's moved on to Latin America and comes in Red Berry and Banana.


Dulce de Leche Granizado Frappuccino

In Argentina, the Dulce de Leche Granizado Frappuccino is super popular. It's made with a blend of dulce de leche sauce, Frappuccino roast, chocolate chips, milk, and ice. It's topped with whipped cream and a spiral of caramel.