You Can Only Try The Newest SAKURA Series Drinks From Starbucks Japan
Pretty and tasty in pink.
Starbucks Coffee Japan just launched its first SAKURA series Japan-only Beverages Sakura Milk Pudding Frappuccino (¥590 tall only), and Sakura Milk Latte (¥450 short, ¥490 tall, ¥530 grande, and ¥570 venti) last February 15 for a limited time only. The annual SAKURA series of Starbucks Japan is very popular among customers. Check out this year's take on the menu with gorgeous drinks that feature a pretty pale pink gradation.
Sakura Milk Pudding Frappuccino and Sakura Milk Latte are now available.
The key to Sakura Milk Pudding Frappuccino is its milk pudding with a hint of cherry flavor that is extracted from actual cherry leaves. The light pink cherry colored pudding has a smooth, chewy, and gentle taste.
On top of the drink, the Sakura Strawberry Sauce is a mixture of cherry blossom powder and strawberry juice used as a secret ingredient. Sakura Powder is made by freeze-drying cherry blossoms. This drink brings to life all kinds of cherry blossoms with its two-colored rice crackers inspired by cherry blossom petals, and the Sakura toppings made from dried cranberries spread over the cream. This year’s drink is also finished with a gorgeous and pretty visual presentation.
Sakura toppings made with two-color cubic rice crackers and dried cranberries are sprinkled over the cream.
Sakura drinks are very popular every year. This year, Starbucks Coffee Japan wants you to enjoy the deep pink and pale pink gradation that showcases the beauty of cherry blossoms in the drink. According to a spokesperson of the company, this sakura drink is not only pretty but also refreshing that’s going to be enjoyed by all.
On the other hand, Sakura Milk Latte is a gentle and sweet non-coffee beverage that combines Sakura Strawberry Sauce and heated milk by the barista. This is also colored with Sakura toppings and will definitely make us look forward to the coming of the cherry blossom season. This lineup is the first in the SAKURA series, so stay tuned for more. We honestly can't wait for the second one!
Provided by Japan Walker™, Walkerplus™, and Tokyo Walker™ (15 February 2020)