Food & Beverage

What's in Starbucks' new 'Beast Mode' Frappuccino?

Marshawn Lynch finds new team with Starbucks

Starbucks has a new menu item: Beast Mode.

Marshawn Lynch, a Seattle Seahawks running back and the face of the Beast Mode brand, teamed up with the coffee company to create a limited edition drink.

The double-mocha Frappuccino, simply called Beast Mode, has a hint of mint and cream and a dash of protein powder. It's topped with whipped cream, a berry drizzle and matcha.

Skittles are surprisingly omitted.

"I'd drink this before a workout," Lynch said, in a statement. "You could get your buff on with this."

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The beverage will be available Oct. 22 and through the rest of NFL season, in participating Starbucks stores. Sales from drinks made in Washington state and Oakland, California, will benefit Lynch's foundation.

Fam 1st Family Foundation, which the football player co-founded with Buffalo Bills quarterback Joshua Johnson in 2011, was created to mentor underprivileged youth on the importance of education, literacy and self-esteem.

Starbucks will donate 24 cents — Lynch's number — to the foundation for each Beast Mode Frappuccino purchased, up to $100,000; the company pledged to contribute a minimum of $24,000.