Yesterday, Starbucks made headlines with news that the chain will offer customizable Frappuccinos in early May. Frappuccinos — which come in light versions as well as a variety of blended flavors like caramel, chai, and cinnamon dolce — account for as much as 10 percent of revenue.
Now the international coffee corporation hopes to further sales by allowing consumers to order the drink with soy milk instead of dairy, decaffeinated instead of caffeinated coffee, more espresso, and varying levels of syrup and whipped cream.
I've dreamt about this option for as long as I can remember, and I already know what I'd order: A Starbucks Frappuccino in Javachip, light on the syrup, with soy instead of milk, twice the espresso, and no whipped cream. What would you ask for?
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