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Move over Pumpkin Spice Latte, there's a new Halloween treat scaring up the menu at Starbucks.
For the last four days in October, the coffee company is offering a vampire-inspired beverage: the Frappula Frappuccino.
The spooky beverage layers white chocolate sauce blended with milk and ice between mocha sauce and whipped cream. A drizzle of raspberry syrup — strawberry if you are in Europe or Latin America — gives the drink a ghoulish finish.
This isn't the coffee chain's first Halloween-inspired Frappuccino. Last year, the company released a Franken Frappuccino made with green tea.
The Frappula will be available in stores in the United States starting on Oct. 28 until the end of the month.