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Coffee Jelly Frappuccino

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Starbucks Coffee Japan introduces a new product exclusively for the Japanese market. Coffee Jelly Frappuccino features coffee jelly made of Italian roast. Starbucks is marketing the new frappuccino as "coffee to eat" because of its unique texture of jelly and coffee.

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Here's one you won't see the expats drinking. This looks like a science experiment.

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I tasted it: it's frappucciono + unknown jelly. The taste is double: frappucciono + unknown jelly, that is, the tastes doesn't mix since the jelly doesn't melt down. I don't see the point nor the interest. When takoyaki frappuccino?

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great observation there, "frappuccino + unknown jelly". That about sums up a lot of the experiments popping out of the Japanese foreign food kaleidoscope. Doesn't that defeat the purpose of it being jelly? Jelly is an alternative way to enjoy a beverage in a solid form. Bleh...

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Next new item from Starbucks: Natto flavored Frappuccino.

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So who wants to "eat" coffee anyway?

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There's already Coffee Jelly Frap in the Philippines. So I don't think it's exclusively for Japan.

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well... japan is very famous for its "kohi jelly"... starbucks coffejelly frapuccino is just the same, but with better coffee. coffee jelly is not new .. its been promoted in malaysia starbucks 3 years ago ... and its delicious ...and very popular .. i cant wait for the promotion to be back again soon ... its not as eating coffee ... just that the jelly is coffee flavour ... yummy... yummy ... delicious... by the way i am not working for starbucks but a regular customer and a fan of starbucks ..

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Hurrah for Capitalism!

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No thank you.

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news...or advert ?

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