15 Amazing Starbucks Products That You CAN’T Have In The United States (Sorry Guys!)

Are you a Starbucks aficionado? Well this post might break your little caffeinated heart. Here are fifteen products you won’t be able to find in any US Starbucks branch. Read on and weep.

#1. Behold, the Red Bean Frappuccino, only available in Asia

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#2. This Alarrobina Frappuccino is only available in Peru. It’s made from syrup derived from a black carob tree

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#3. Bucks fans can sample lemon cheesecake in India

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#4. Ireland Starbucks have delicious chocolate star cake

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#5. Head to the Philippines if you are craving a Spam and Eggs bagel

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#6. The Lucuma Frappuccino in Peru tastes like a mango

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#7. Feast on coconut pandan rolls in Thailand

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#8. In the Japan they have a flavor called “coffee jelly.” They are kind of like little bobas

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#9. Of course the U.K. and Scandinavia would have pancakes

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#10. Greece and the U.K. also have yogurt flavored Frappuccinos

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#11. And basically everyone else but the U.S. has “via cake”

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#12. Indonesia offers its customers a peanut butter Panini

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#13. A charcoal walnut raisin bun is a favorite choice in Thailand

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#14. In Japan, you can even get that jelly in that iced coffee

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#15. This “mystical” sandwich is from a Turkish Starbucks

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I don’t know about you, but I think it’s unfair that we don’t have all the awesome Starbucks foreign varieties. Let’s spice things up!