16 Cool Starbucks Frappuccinos You Can't Get In America

*buys plane ticket immediately*

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2. Melon Frappuccino (Japan)

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What it is: New this summer, this drink contains panna cotta cream and a melon sauce that has pieces of actual cantaloupe and whipped cream.

3. Vampire Frappuccino (UK, Europe, Central America)

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What it is: A chocolate Frappuccino with strawberry sauce released as a special Halloween drink in 2015.

5. Baked Cheesecake Frappuccino (Japan)

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What it is: A vanilla base blended with pieces of graham cracker crust and then topped with browned, or “baked,” whipped cream.

6. Poké Ball Frappuccino (New Zealand)

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What it is: A layer of vanilla Frappuccino topped with a layer of strawberry Frapp, and then finished with strawberry whipped cream. (OK, you could order this, bespoke-style, in the US, but you'd miss the fun of saying, "one Poké Ball Frapp, please.")

7. Summer Berry Panna Cotta Frappuccino (Singapore)

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What it is: Blueberries, cranberries, mulberries, strawberries, milk, and ice on top of a layer of panna cotta pudding, finished with whipped cream and a sweet berry drizzle.

8. Banana Frappuccino (Japan)

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What it is: Japan's special summer 2014 Frapp let you choose between banana and caramel (above) or banana and chocolate. Each drink contained a whole banana.

12. Algarrobina Frappuccino (Peru)

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What it is: Algarrobina is syrup made from the black carob tree, which is popular in Peruvian cuisine. This chocolaty drink has an algarrobina drizzle.

13. Strawberry Cheesecake Frappuccino (Asia, Australia)

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What it is: A strawberry Frapp topped with cheesecake-flavored whipped cream and graham cracker crumbs, and blended with a "cheese syrup." (A lot of people were not feeling the cheese syrup.)

16. Hojicha Frappuccino With Earl Grey Tea Jelly (Japan, Asia Pacific)

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What it is: Introduced in 2012, this drink features hojicha (a Japanese green tea) and Earl Grey tea jelly.

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