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Chocolate eclair latte

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The chocolate eclair latte, popular at Starbucks Japan locations, is now available in grocery and convenience stores as part of the Starbucks Discoveries line of pre-made coffees and lattes.

The product is available only in the winter season and costs 210 yen.

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If it's like a real chocolate eclair, I'll give it a try. If it's like those flaccid, custardy ones you get here, I'll pass.

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"Discoveries" as in "Discover how much better this tastes when you get it freshly made at a Starbucks and not from some convenience store cold case!"

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Yeah, I think I'm going to have to go to an actual Starbucks and try this. Convenience store Starbucks is not that great.

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will surely try it

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I was surprised this news. I love Starbucks. I often drink tastes of caramel. I have never drunk chocolate éclair latte. After the all, price is expensive. I think is it good that this drink sell in the convenience stores. It is delicious to drink in the Starbucks than to buy in conveniences, but I want to try Chocolate éclair latte of convenience.

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I like Starbucks coffee. My favorite drink of Starbucks coffee is frappe’s drink. Especially I like Javachip mocha frappe. I love chocolate. So I like chocolate drink too. But Starbucks’s coffee is a little expensive for me. So I can drink Starbucks’s coffee, when I afford my money. Then this coffee cost 210 yen. I need courage to buy it.

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Another "How to get fat quick drink" from the nation of healthy people. Japanese should avoid too much American fast food & beverages. Yes they may taste good, but think of the crap and calories it contains...

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163kcal...Regular coffee or tea, by comparison, is only 63 calories after factoring in added cream and sugar. That mix of chocolate, whipped cream, egg nog, and mystery syrup in your cup is not coffee. And it's definitely not good for you.If you’re not careful, you’ll look more like Santa than one of his elves come Christmas Day.

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A diabetics delight.

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sugar + refined carbs = fuel for cancer growth

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Well obviously drinking this everyday is not a good idea, haha. Might be a nice treat though. Have to wonder about people who would drink something like this all the time.

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Have to wonder about people who would drink something like this all the time.

"Eclaire de loon."

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Nessie-- Perfect.

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I wonder if most of people have ever eaten a real "eclaire"... Do you only know what Eclaire taste or even what is it ? Or do you prefer it liquid ? Go for the real stuff and stop buying american. I think it is disappointing from starbuck to make drinks like this.

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Euuuw! I think I'm gonna barf!

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Just tried it. Pretty good. But I couldn't drink the whole cup. Too heavy. And i dont think these drinks are meant to be drunk on a daily basis like reg coffee. Its a dessert drink like a milkshake...

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I wonder if most of people have ever eaten a real "eclaire"... Do you only know what Eclaire taste or even what is it ? Or do you prefer it liquid ?

Guess you wont be trying the Pepsi Mont Blanc then, yuck.

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Guess you wont be trying the Pepsi Mont Blanc then, yuck.

It looked horrifying, yet I had to try it. And it was awful.

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Guess you wont be trying the Pepsi Mont Blanc then, yuck.

It looked horrifying, yet I had to try it. And it was awful.

Right?! Who came up with that idea. That was the nastiest stuff I ever drank. As for the latte, a little too sweet, but ok, i guess.

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Meh. Tastes not really any different from any of the other special flavours they've brought out.

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