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All You Need This Holiday Is Starbucks' Black and White Chocolate Drinks

Monochrome only in name.

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All You Need This Holiday Is Starbucks' Black and White Chocolate Drinks

Monochrome only in name.

For Christmas, Starbucks revealed a Christmas Tree Frappuccino and now prior to New Year’s is a new Black and White Mocha collection.

Included is a Black and White Mocha, Frappuccino and Hot Cocoa – each drink contains both dark and white chocolate, sprinkled with chocolate “black tie” AKA sequins atop.

The trio will be available at Starbucks locations in the U.S. and Canada on December 27 through the new year, while supplies last. Which drink will you try?

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