*Evil Cackle* Welcome my pretties, to another Halloween foodie themed article from Nightmare on Film Street! We’ve tantalized you with Black Slushies that conjure nighttime on your tongue, teased you with burgers that cause nightmares – and now – we’ve got a witch-worthy caffeinated concoction to share!

 

For a limited time, Starbucks Coffee chains everywhere are getting in the spooky spirit by blending up some Witch’s Brew Frappucinos! The caffeinated favorite combines coffee, milk, and some devilish flavorings for a spooky treat! “A pinch of toad’s breath. A dash of bat warts. A sprinkle of lizard scale..”

 

Our cauldron bubbles with a Halloween Frappuccino® Blended Beverage Crème delight that’s more treat than trick (or is it?)… The delicious orange crème flavor drink is dotted with imaginary Bat Warts and Lizard Scales.

 

Guess you’re going to have to change where your coven regularly congregates, and instead meet for coffee at Starbucks. In addition to the Witch’s Brew Frappucinos, which are only available for a limited time, Starbucks is also spinning Halloween favorites with a specially seasonal curated playlist! And there’s more treats for your trick or treat sace;

  • Mummy Cake Pop: Vanilla cake pop dressed up as a mummy for Halloween with glowing green eyes and dipped in a chocolaty coating.
  • NEW Raccoon Sugar Cookie: A whimsical, woodland critter by way of a buttery iced sugar cookie. Catch one while you can!

 

“We wanted to create a flavor that you might enjoy at a Halloween party,” said Jennica Robinson from Starbucks beverage development team. “It gets a little bit of juicy-ness from the orange flavor.”

Chilling new Frappuccino beverages have become a fun Halloween tradition at Starbucks. The Franken Frappuccino® blended beverage first came to life in 2014, followed by the Frappula Frappuccino® blended beverage in 2015 and 2016 and Zombie Frappuccino blended beverage in 2017.

“Starbucks loves to celebrate Halloween, and each year our Frappuccino brings something different to the season,” said Robinson. “We started with Frappula, which was inspired by an old-school horror movie. Zombie Frappuccino was like the walking dead, a little ghastly. Witch’s Brew is very fun, vibrant, bubbly, the life of the party.”