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The colorful treat for a limited time.

Emily LaCourse, Staff Reporter

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You may very well have been living under a rock for the past few days if you haven’t at least heard of the new Starbucks drink, the Unicorn Frappuccino. This is a bright and colorful beverage, primarily blue and pink, that is also said to change colors when you stir it. This brand new Frappuccino has the Starbucks lovers rushing to their nearest location to try it for themselves.

The Unicorn Frappuccino is something wildly different for Starbucks because it is a stray from the typical coffee flavored beverage. This drink is a little more fruity, sour and sweet. Many are comparing it to the Sour Patch Kids candy, others different fruits, such as mango.

“I first saw the Unicorn Frap on Snapchat and I knew I just had to try it. I mean, look at it. How could you go wrong?” senior at Anclote High School, Katelynn Hutto, said.

 As if there wasn’t a hype for Starbucks already, this new Frappuccino certainly created one. And the best part? It’s only available for a limited time. The sale and production of the Unicorn Frappuccino ends on April 23rd, which is even more of a reason to go check it out for yourself!

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