Starbucks launches super cool flavours
Manama, June 11, 2012
Starbucks Coffee Company is bringing back its celebrated Strawberries and Cream Frappuccino, the coolest and freshest flavour, to Bahrain this summer.
A thirst quenching drink bursting with natural fruity flavours, this icy sensation is the perfect refreshment to chill you out on the hottest of summer days. It will be available in all stores across Bahrain starting from today (June 11), said a senior official.
“The Strawberries and Cream Frappuccino is a big favourite of ours, especially during the hot summer months when we want to keep cool and enjoy instant refreshment. It’s a classic with an icy twist,” remarked Rana Shaheen, Starbucks’ regional communications and CSR manager for the Mena region.
“We are proud to announce that our strawberry syrup is 100 per cent local. The real juicy sensation comes from Starbucks picking only the ripest strawberries for the locally prepared syrup that goes into this drink, in accordance with our objectives of keeping a close relationship with our community and customers," Shaheen noted.
"We look forward to welcoming this fruity beverage to Bahrain to keep our customers cool all summer long," she added.
Also part of the Frappuccino range, customers can make the most of the exclusive Discover Your Own Frappuccino that allows them to create their own iced beverage with a variety of syrups, toppings, and intensities, said the official.
The choice is so wide, customers can create up to 87,000 different combinations to satisfy individual tastes, Shaheen stated.
"Moreover, coffee lovers can enjoy something new this summer with the return of Starbucks Tribute Blend, which combines four of its coffees: Ethiopian sun-dried beans with an exotic flourish of dark cherry; Aged Sumatra, adored for its syrupy body and cedary spice notes; juicy herbal and complex coffees from Papua New Guinea; and our Colombia coffee that is bright, balanced and nutty," she added.-TradeArabia News Service
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