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Purple Yam Cheesecake to Dragon Dumplings: 16 Starbucks Food Items You Won't Find in the U.S. Slideshow

Purple Yam Cheesecake to Dragon Dumplings: 16 Starbucks Food Items You Won't Find in the U.S. Slideshow


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International Starbucks locations have a lot of surprises in store

Purple Yam Cheesecake to Dragon Dumplings: 16 Starbucks Food Items You Won't Find in the U.S.

You might not have realized this, but Starbucks has locations in 75 countries around the world. And just like McDonald’s, Pizza Hut, and plenty of other chains with international locations, the culinary offerings can be as diverse as the countries they’re in. Here are 16 international Starbucks food items that you won’t find anywhere in the U.S.

Chile: Barrita Nuez

In Chile, you can buy a cookie stuffed with walnuts, nougat, and dulce de leche.

Turkey: Cheese Savoury

Inspired by a Turkish simit (similar to a bagel), Starbucks’ version incorporates poppy seeds, olives, walnuts, and cream cheese.

Korea: Chocolate Crunchy Roll

To make this dessert, chocolate sponge cake is rolled up with whipped mascarpone cream and coated with hazelnuts and chocolate. Yes, please!

Argentina: Muffin de Vanilla y Dulce de Leche

In Argentina, you’ll find a vanilla muffin filled with dulce de leche and topped with crunchy crumble.

The Netherlands: Eggs Benedict

Starbucks’ take on eggs Benedict is a bed of spinach topped with slices of ham, two poached eggs, and hollandaise; whole grain toast is served on the side.

UK: Firecracker Chicken & Giant Cous Cous Hot Box

This box is filled with Israeli cous cous, Korean-style chicken marinated in bulgogi sauce, sliced peas, and charred peppers and chiles.

Thailand: Green Tea Red Bean Mascarpone Cake

This sponge cake is made with matcha powder, and it’s layered with a frosting of mascarpone and red bean paste.

Middle East: Halloumi, Kashkawane, and Zaatar Wrap

This vegetarian wrap is filled with halloumi (a fresh cheese that doesn’t melt), kashkawane (a melty cow and sheep milk cheese), tomato, black olives, mayo, and a popular Middle Eastern spice blend called zaatar.

Middle East: Labneh Sandwich

This sandwich starts with two slices of whole wheat bread, which are filled with labneh (a soft yogurt cheese), cucumbers, black olives, and mint. We imagine that this would go quite well with a cup of tea.

France: Omelette Façon Piperade

This omelette is served on a bed of spinach and topped with grilled vegetables and piperade (sauteed onion, green pepper, and tomatoes with espelette pepper) and served with toasted bread.

Brazil: Pão Na Chapa

One of Brazil’s most popular breakfast items, this is a simple toasted baguette topped with a melted creamy processed cheese spread called Catupiry.

Chile: Pie de Berries

This is a tartlet filled with sweet creamy cheese, berries, and glazed nuts.

Philippines: Purple Yam Cheesecake

This light cheesecake is swirled with purple yam, red mung bean, and macapuno coconut.

Hong Kong, Philippines, Taiwan, and Vietnam: Soba Salad

This salad starts with mixed greens, which are then topped with chicken, shiitake mushroom, carrot, onion, soba noodles, and black sesame soy dressing.

Chile: Torta 4 Leches

This spin on tres leches actually contains cuatro leches: cream, whole milk, condensed milk, and evaporated milk. It’s layered with manjar (which is similar to dulce de leche), and topped with meringue.

China and Taiwan: Dragon Dumplings

These sweet dumplings, created to honor China’s annual Dragon Boat Festival, are made with a rice skin and are filled with strawberry and cream, Earl Grey jelly, mango, green tea and red bean, and coffee almond.


We tried Starbucks’ Christmas Tree Frappuccino, and here’s how it tastes

On December 7, Starbucks dropped its latest limited-edition holiday beverage: the Christmas Tree Frappuccino. The festive blended drink is built with the Peppermint Mocha Crème Frappuccino topped with a matcha whipped cream tree, caramel drizzle garland, candied cranberry ornaments, and a strawberry tree-topper.

Seeing as it’s only available through December 11, The Daily Meal made it a mission to snag not one but four Christmas Tree Frappuccinos to perform an informal taste-test. Long story short: The drink was a crowd favorite with our team, and some of us even think this could be Starbucks’ best seasonal offering yet.

“The much anticipated Christmas Frap: The ice-cream version of a slushy if you ask me. In fact, while I spooned the chocolate and green tower into my face, I felt a little nostalgic for popcorn, a rom-com, and perhaps an odd chair kick,” one editor reviewed. “Apart from the off-putting artificial layer of green muck (which I thought would be reminiscent of my all-time favorite Starbucks drink the Peppermint Mocha - not at all), this was not necessarily a life-changing taste experience. I’m also slightly confused about what time of day this dessert (drink) is appropriate.”

While our taster didn’t quite enjoy the matcha whipped cream, everyone else agreed the topping was the best part (minus the single freeze-dried strawberry). We were tempted to request that the baristas fill each Grande cup solely with whipped cream, caramel, and candied cranberries.

Overall, we give this drink a 7.5 out of 10. For more innovative items from the Seattle-based coffee chain from Purple Yam Cheesecake to Dragon Dumplings, here are 16 Starbucks food items you won’t find in the U.S.

Taylor Rock is the east coast news editor at The Daily Meal. You can follow her on Twitter @taylorlrock.

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We tried Starbucks’ Christmas Tree Frappuccino, and here’s how it tastes

On December 7, Starbucks dropped its latest limited-edition holiday beverage: the Christmas Tree Frappuccino. The festive blended drink is built with the Peppermint Mocha Crème Frappuccino topped with a matcha whipped cream tree, caramel drizzle garland, candied cranberry ornaments, and a strawberry tree-topper.

Seeing as it’s only available through December 11, The Daily Meal made it a mission to snag not one but four Christmas Tree Frappuccinos to perform an informal taste-test. Long story short: The drink was a crowd favorite with our team, and some of us even think this could be Starbucks’ best seasonal offering yet.

“The much anticipated Christmas Frap: The ice-cream version of a slushy if you ask me. In fact, while I spooned the chocolate and green tower into my face, I felt a little nostalgic for popcorn, a rom-com, and perhaps an odd chair kick,” one editor reviewed. “Apart from the off-putting artificial layer of green muck (which I thought would be reminiscent of my all-time favorite Starbucks drink the Peppermint Mocha - not at all), this was not necessarily a life-changing taste experience. I’m also slightly confused about what time of day this dessert (drink) is appropriate.”

While our taster didn’t quite enjoy the matcha whipped cream, everyone else agreed the topping was the best part (minus the single freeze-dried strawberry). We were tempted to request that the baristas fill each Grande cup solely with whipped cream, caramel, and candied cranberries.

Overall, we give this drink a 7.5 out of 10. For more innovative items from the Seattle-based coffee chain from Purple Yam Cheesecake to Dragon Dumplings, here are 16 Starbucks food items you won’t find in the U.S.

Taylor Rock is the east coast news editor at The Daily Meal. You can follow her on Twitter @taylorlrock.

Get our weekly Tasting Notes newsletter for reviews, news and more.

You may occasionally receive promotional content from the Los Angeles Times.

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A family-run tortilla factory in Boyle Heights is in danger of closing amid an eminent domain dispute with the city over relocation fees for its tortilla machines.

Residents are being warned not to eat mussels and other potentially toxic shellfish collected by sports harvesters from coastal waters.

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We tried Starbucks’ Christmas Tree Frappuccino, and here’s how it tastes

On December 7, Starbucks dropped its latest limited-edition holiday beverage: the Christmas Tree Frappuccino. The festive blended drink is built with the Peppermint Mocha Crème Frappuccino topped with a matcha whipped cream tree, caramel drizzle garland, candied cranberry ornaments, and a strawberry tree-topper.

Seeing as it’s only available through December 11, The Daily Meal made it a mission to snag not one but four Christmas Tree Frappuccinos to perform an informal taste-test. Long story short: The drink was a crowd favorite with our team, and some of us even think this could be Starbucks’ best seasonal offering yet.

“The much anticipated Christmas Frap: The ice-cream version of a slushy if you ask me. In fact, while I spooned the chocolate and green tower into my face, I felt a little nostalgic for popcorn, a rom-com, and perhaps an odd chair kick,” one editor reviewed. “Apart from the off-putting artificial layer of green muck (which I thought would be reminiscent of my all-time favorite Starbucks drink the Peppermint Mocha - not at all), this was not necessarily a life-changing taste experience. I’m also slightly confused about what time of day this dessert (drink) is appropriate.”

While our taster didn’t quite enjoy the matcha whipped cream, everyone else agreed the topping was the best part (minus the single freeze-dried strawberry). We were tempted to request that the baristas fill each Grande cup solely with whipped cream, caramel, and candied cranberries.

Overall, we give this drink a 7.5 out of 10. For more innovative items from the Seattle-based coffee chain from Purple Yam Cheesecake to Dragon Dumplings, here are 16 Starbucks food items you won’t find in the U.S.

Taylor Rock is the east coast news editor at The Daily Meal. You can follow her on Twitter @taylorlrock.

Get our weekly Tasting Notes newsletter for reviews, news and more.

You may occasionally receive promotional content from the Los Angeles Times.

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We tried Starbucks’ Christmas Tree Frappuccino, and here’s how it tastes

On December 7, Starbucks dropped its latest limited-edition holiday beverage: the Christmas Tree Frappuccino. The festive blended drink is built with the Peppermint Mocha Crème Frappuccino topped with a matcha whipped cream tree, caramel drizzle garland, candied cranberry ornaments, and a strawberry tree-topper.

Seeing as it’s only available through December 11, The Daily Meal made it a mission to snag not one but four Christmas Tree Frappuccinos to perform an informal taste-test. Long story short: The drink was a crowd favorite with our team, and some of us even think this could be Starbucks’ best seasonal offering yet.

“The much anticipated Christmas Frap: The ice-cream version of a slushy if you ask me. In fact, while I spooned the chocolate and green tower into my face, I felt a little nostalgic for popcorn, a rom-com, and perhaps an odd chair kick,” one editor reviewed. “Apart from the off-putting artificial layer of green muck (which I thought would be reminiscent of my all-time favorite Starbucks drink the Peppermint Mocha - not at all), this was not necessarily a life-changing taste experience. I’m also slightly confused about what time of day this dessert (drink) is appropriate.”

While our taster didn’t quite enjoy the matcha whipped cream, everyone else agreed the topping was the best part (minus the single freeze-dried strawberry). We were tempted to request that the baristas fill each Grande cup solely with whipped cream, caramel, and candied cranberries.

Overall, we give this drink a 7.5 out of 10. For more innovative items from the Seattle-based coffee chain from Purple Yam Cheesecake to Dragon Dumplings, here are 16 Starbucks food items you won’t find in the U.S.

Taylor Rock is the east coast news editor at The Daily Meal. You can follow her on Twitter @taylorlrock.

Get our weekly Tasting Notes newsletter for reviews, news and more.

You may occasionally receive promotional content from the Los Angeles Times.

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We tried Starbucks’ Christmas Tree Frappuccino, and here’s how it tastes

On December 7, Starbucks dropped its latest limited-edition holiday beverage: the Christmas Tree Frappuccino. The festive blended drink is built with the Peppermint Mocha Crème Frappuccino topped with a matcha whipped cream tree, caramel drizzle garland, candied cranberry ornaments, and a strawberry tree-topper.

Seeing as it’s only available through December 11, The Daily Meal made it a mission to snag not one but four Christmas Tree Frappuccinos to perform an informal taste-test. Long story short: The drink was a crowd favorite with our team, and some of us even think this could be Starbucks’ best seasonal offering yet.

“The much anticipated Christmas Frap: The ice-cream version of a slushy if you ask me. In fact, while I spooned the chocolate and green tower into my face, I felt a little nostalgic for popcorn, a rom-com, and perhaps an odd chair kick,” one editor reviewed. “Apart from the off-putting artificial layer of green muck (which I thought would be reminiscent of my all-time favorite Starbucks drink the Peppermint Mocha - not at all), this was not necessarily a life-changing taste experience. I’m also slightly confused about what time of day this dessert (drink) is appropriate.”

While our taster didn’t quite enjoy the matcha whipped cream, everyone else agreed the topping was the best part (minus the single freeze-dried strawberry). We were tempted to request that the baristas fill each Grande cup solely with whipped cream, caramel, and candied cranberries.

Overall, we give this drink a 7.5 out of 10. For more innovative items from the Seattle-based coffee chain from Purple Yam Cheesecake to Dragon Dumplings, here are 16 Starbucks food items you won’t find in the U.S.

Taylor Rock is the east coast news editor at The Daily Meal. You can follow her on Twitter @taylorlrock.

Get our weekly Tasting Notes newsletter for reviews, news and more.

You may occasionally receive promotional content from the Los Angeles Times.

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We tried Starbucks’ Christmas Tree Frappuccino, and here’s how it tastes

On December 7, Starbucks dropped its latest limited-edition holiday beverage: the Christmas Tree Frappuccino. The festive blended drink is built with the Peppermint Mocha Crème Frappuccino topped with a matcha whipped cream tree, caramel drizzle garland, candied cranberry ornaments, and a strawberry tree-topper.

Seeing as it’s only available through December 11, The Daily Meal made it a mission to snag not one but four Christmas Tree Frappuccinos to perform an informal taste-test. Long story short: The drink was a crowd favorite with our team, and some of us even think this could be Starbucks’ best seasonal offering yet.

“The much anticipated Christmas Frap: The ice-cream version of a slushy if you ask me. In fact, while I spooned the chocolate and green tower into my face, I felt a little nostalgic for popcorn, a rom-com, and perhaps an odd chair kick,” one editor reviewed. “Apart from the off-putting artificial layer of green muck (which I thought would be reminiscent of my all-time favorite Starbucks drink the Peppermint Mocha - not at all), this was not necessarily a life-changing taste experience. I’m also slightly confused about what time of day this dessert (drink) is appropriate.”

While our taster didn’t quite enjoy the matcha whipped cream, everyone else agreed the topping was the best part (minus the single freeze-dried strawberry). We were tempted to request that the baristas fill each Grande cup solely with whipped cream, caramel, and candied cranberries.

Overall, we give this drink a 7.5 out of 10. For more innovative items from the Seattle-based coffee chain from Purple Yam Cheesecake to Dragon Dumplings, here are 16 Starbucks food items you won’t find in the U.S.

Taylor Rock is the east coast news editor at The Daily Meal. You can follow her on Twitter @taylorlrock.

Get our weekly Tasting Notes newsletter for reviews, news and more.

You may occasionally receive promotional content from the Los Angeles Times.

More From the Los Angeles Times

A family-run tortilla factory in Boyle Heights is in danger of closing amid an eminent domain dispute with the city over relocation fees for its tortilla machines.

Residents are being warned not to eat mussels and other potentially toxic shellfish collected by sports harvesters from coastal waters.

In ‘Ripe Figs’ author Yasmin Khan offers grilling recipes from Turkey, Greece and Cyprus.


We tried Starbucks’ Christmas Tree Frappuccino, and here’s how it tastes

On December 7, Starbucks dropped its latest limited-edition holiday beverage: the Christmas Tree Frappuccino. The festive blended drink is built with the Peppermint Mocha Crème Frappuccino topped with a matcha whipped cream tree, caramel drizzle garland, candied cranberry ornaments, and a strawberry tree-topper.

Seeing as it’s only available through December 11, The Daily Meal made it a mission to snag not one but four Christmas Tree Frappuccinos to perform an informal taste-test. Long story short: The drink was a crowd favorite with our team, and some of us even think this could be Starbucks’ best seasonal offering yet.

“The much anticipated Christmas Frap: The ice-cream version of a slushy if you ask me. In fact, while I spooned the chocolate and green tower into my face, I felt a little nostalgic for popcorn, a rom-com, and perhaps an odd chair kick,” one editor reviewed. “Apart from the off-putting artificial layer of green muck (which I thought would be reminiscent of my all-time favorite Starbucks drink the Peppermint Mocha - not at all), this was not necessarily a life-changing taste experience. I’m also slightly confused about what time of day this dessert (drink) is appropriate.”

While our taster didn’t quite enjoy the matcha whipped cream, everyone else agreed the topping was the best part (minus the single freeze-dried strawberry). We were tempted to request that the baristas fill each Grande cup solely with whipped cream, caramel, and candied cranberries.

Overall, we give this drink a 7.5 out of 10. For more innovative items from the Seattle-based coffee chain from Purple Yam Cheesecake to Dragon Dumplings, here are 16 Starbucks food items you won’t find in the U.S.

Taylor Rock is the east coast news editor at The Daily Meal. You can follow her on Twitter @taylorlrock.

Get our weekly Tasting Notes newsletter for reviews, news and more.

You may occasionally receive promotional content from the Los Angeles Times.

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A family-run tortilla factory in Boyle Heights is in danger of closing amid an eminent domain dispute with the city over relocation fees for its tortilla machines.

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We tried Starbucks’ Christmas Tree Frappuccino, and here’s how it tastes

On December 7, Starbucks dropped its latest limited-edition holiday beverage: the Christmas Tree Frappuccino. The festive blended drink is built with the Peppermint Mocha Crème Frappuccino topped with a matcha whipped cream tree, caramel drizzle garland, candied cranberry ornaments, and a strawberry tree-topper.

Seeing as it’s only available through December 11, The Daily Meal made it a mission to snag not one but four Christmas Tree Frappuccinos to perform an informal taste-test. Long story short: The drink was a crowd favorite with our team, and some of us even think this could be Starbucks’ best seasonal offering yet.

“The much anticipated Christmas Frap: The ice-cream version of a slushy if you ask me. In fact, while I spooned the chocolate and green tower into my face, I felt a little nostalgic for popcorn, a rom-com, and perhaps an odd chair kick,” one editor reviewed. “Apart from the off-putting artificial layer of green muck (which I thought would be reminiscent of my all-time favorite Starbucks drink the Peppermint Mocha - not at all), this was not necessarily a life-changing taste experience. I’m also slightly confused about what time of day this dessert (drink) is appropriate.”

While our taster didn’t quite enjoy the matcha whipped cream, everyone else agreed the topping was the best part (minus the single freeze-dried strawberry). We were tempted to request that the baristas fill each Grande cup solely with whipped cream, caramel, and candied cranberries.

Overall, we give this drink a 7.5 out of 10. For more innovative items from the Seattle-based coffee chain from Purple Yam Cheesecake to Dragon Dumplings, here are 16 Starbucks food items you won’t find in the U.S.

Taylor Rock is the east coast news editor at The Daily Meal. You can follow her on Twitter @taylorlrock.

Get our weekly Tasting Notes newsletter for reviews, news and more.

You may occasionally receive promotional content from the Los Angeles Times.

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A family-run tortilla factory in Boyle Heights is in danger of closing amid an eminent domain dispute with the city over relocation fees for its tortilla machines.

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In ‘Ripe Figs’ author Yasmin Khan offers grilling recipes from Turkey, Greece and Cyprus.


We tried Starbucks’ Christmas Tree Frappuccino, and here’s how it tastes

On December 7, Starbucks dropped its latest limited-edition holiday beverage: the Christmas Tree Frappuccino. The festive blended drink is built with the Peppermint Mocha Crème Frappuccino topped with a matcha whipped cream tree, caramel drizzle garland, candied cranberry ornaments, and a strawberry tree-topper.

Seeing as it’s only available through December 11, The Daily Meal made it a mission to snag not one but four Christmas Tree Frappuccinos to perform an informal taste-test. Long story short: The drink was a crowd favorite with our team, and some of us even think this could be Starbucks’ best seasonal offering yet.

“The much anticipated Christmas Frap: The ice-cream version of a slushy if you ask me. In fact, while I spooned the chocolate and green tower into my face, I felt a little nostalgic for popcorn, a rom-com, and perhaps an odd chair kick,” one editor reviewed. “Apart from the off-putting artificial layer of green muck (which I thought would be reminiscent of my all-time favorite Starbucks drink the Peppermint Mocha - not at all), this was not necessarily a life-changing taste experience. I’m also slightly confused about what time of day this dessert (drink) is appropriate.”

While our taster didn’t quite enjoy the matcha whipped cream, everyone else agreed the topping was the best part (minus the single freeze-dried strawberry). We were tempted to request that the baristas fill each Grande cup solely with whipped cream, caramel, and candied cranberries.

Overall, we give this drink a 7.5 out of 10. For more innovative items from the Seattle-based coffee chain from Purple Yam Cheesecake to Dragon Dumplings, here are 16 Starbucks food items you won’t find in the U.S.

Taylor Rock is the east coast news editor at The Daily Meal. You can follow her on Twitter @taylorlrock.

Get our weekly Tasting Notes newsletter for reviews, news and more.

You may occasionally receive promotional content from the Los Angeles Times.

More From the Los Angeles Times

A family-run tortilla factory in Boyle Heights is in danger of closing amid an eminent domain dispute with the city over relocation fees for its tortilla machines.

Residents are being warned not to eat mussels and other potentially toxic shellfish collected by sports harvesters from coastal waters.

In ‘Ripe Figs’ author Yasmin Khan offers grilling recipes from Turkey, Greece and Cyprus.


We tried Starbucks’ Christmas Tree Frappuccino, and here’s how it tastes

On December 7, Starbucks dropped its latest limited-edition holiday beverage: the Christmas Tree Frappuccino. The festive blended drink is built with the Peppermint Mocha Crème Frappuccino topped with a matcha whipped cream tree, caramel drizzle garland, candied cranberry ornaments, and a strawberry tree-topper.

Seeing as it’s only available through December 11, The Daily Meal made it a mission to snag not one but four Christmas Tree Frappuccinos to perform an informal taste-test. Long story short: The drink was a crowd favorite with our team, and some of us even think this could be Starbucks’ best seasonal offering yet.

“The much anticipated Christmas Frap: The ice-cream version of a slushy if you ask me. In fact, while I spooned the chocolate and green tower into my face, I felt a little nostalgic for popcorn, a rom-com, and perhaps an odd chair kick,” one editor reviewed. “Apart from the off-putting artificial layer of green muck (which I thought would be reminiscent of my all-time favorite Starbucks drink the Peppermint Mocha - not at all), this was not necessarily a life-changing taste experience. I’m also slightly confused about what time of day this dessert (drink) is appropriate.”

While our taster didn’t quite enjoy the matcha whipped cream, everyone else agreed the topping was the best part (minus the single freeze-dried strawberry). We were tempted to request that the baristas fill each Grande cup solely with whipped cream, caramel, and candied cranberries.

Overall, we give this drink a 7.5 out of 10. For more innovative items from the Seattle-based coffee chain from Purple Yam Cheesecake to Dragon Dumplings, here are 16 Starbucks food items you won’t find in the U.S.

Taylor Rock is the east coast news editor at The Daily Meal. You can follow her on Twitter @taylorlrock.

Get our weekly Tasting Notes newsletter for reviews, news and more.

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Residents are being warned not to eat mussels and other potentially toxic shellfish collected by sports harvesters from coastal waters.

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