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Starbucks Japan offers Red Night Masquerade frappuccino for Halloween

By grape Japan

You can pretty much set your calendar to Starbucks Japan gearing up for each month with a new seasonal Frappuccino, with the recent run of "Peach on the Beach" and Golden Sweet Potato, and blooming sakura flavors giving each of Japan's distinct seasons a colorful beverage.

Halloween is no different, and as a sequel to last year's witch and princess Frappuccinos, this year Starbucks is aiming for perhaps a bloodier offering with the new mysterious "Halloween Red Night" Masquerade-themed Frappuccino.

The Halloween Red Night Frappuccino lives up to its name by combining a heavy serving of sweet and sour red berry sauce (a blend of raspberry, cranberry, and strawberry) along with a white chocolate brownie. That's then topped off with a dollop of whipped cream, dark cocoa powder, and an extra red berry sauce.

Those looking for a hot beverage at their Halloween masquerade party can turn to the Halloween Masquerade Raspberry Mocha, a fruity white mocha beverage that mixes sweet and sour mixed berries with a shot of espresso.

Both masquerade-themed berry beverages will go on sale at Starbucks stores throughout Japan from Oct 11-31.

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Full of sugar, color and preservatives-no thanks!

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These drinks are always too expensive

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kurisupisuToday  07:07 am JST

“Full of sugar, color and preservatives-no thanks!”

Sugar, I’ll grant you, and the preservatives I’ve not researched so not sure. But color? The colors of berries, and perhaps tomatoes or beets? What is your objection to those?

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The chances of Disodium 6-hydroxy-5-[(2-methoxy-5-methyl-4-sulfonatophenyl are at least 90:10...

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kurisupisuToday  07:57 pm JST

“The chances of Disodium 6-hydroxy-5-[(2-methoxy-5-methyl-4-sulfonatophenyl are at least 90:10...”


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The source is my high school chemistry classes...

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The source is my high school chemistry classes...

Your high school chemistry classes dealt with the science of food coloring? And reached a different conclusion than the US EPA, the UK FSA and the EU FSA?

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