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20 Starbucks Items You Can’t Get In The U.S.

1. Coffee Jelly Frappuccino (Asia)

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Starbucks customers in the Asia Pacific and Japan can order a coffee jelly Frap, filled with boba-like jelly cubes made from actual brewed coffee.

2. Pancakes (Europe)

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In the U.K. and Scandinavia, you can order American-style pancakes for breakfast. (Sweden also offers crepe-style ones.)

3. Red Bean Frappuccino (Asia)

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This icy treat, which you can find in stores in Singapore and elsewhere, comes with “whole kernels of premium red beans.”

4. Flat White (The U.K., Australia and NZ)

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Similar to a cappuccino or latte, a flat white is made by pouring microfoamed milk over a double shot of espresso.

5. Lox on a Bagel (Germany)

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Some stores in Europe offer salmon on a bagel as heartier morning fare.

6. VIA Cake

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In some overseas locations, Starbucks sells a cake made from its instant coffee brand VIA. It looks scrumptious.

7. Meringue Brownie (Argentina)

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A caramel and chocolate brownie topped with cute meringues.

8. Asian Dolce Latte

 

Starbucks describes this as “a latte with a unique Asian twist, Starbucks® signature Espresso layered with dolce sauce, softly steamed to perfection and topped with espresso whipped cream and a dusting of ground espresso.” But alas, you can only get it — obviously — in Asia.

9. Coconut Pandan Roll (Thailand)

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Kind of like a Swiss Roll, but clearly superior.

10. Cheesecake

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This is Lemon Jazz Cheesecake, which you can get in India. Other stores across the globe offer blueberry and chocolate versions.

11. Yogurt Frappuccino

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The U.K. and Greece have both gotten to experience a Frappuccino blended with real Greek yogurt.

12. Peanut Butter Panini (Indonesia)

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Peanut butter, condensed milk, and panini bread? Yes, please.

13. Iced Coffee With Summer Jelly (Japan)

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An on-the-go treat in Japan, iced coffee comes portable and mixed with grapefruit-flavored gel.

14. Lúcuma Frappuccino (Peru)

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The lúcuma is a mango-like tropical fruit native to Peru, where you can enjoy it blended into a sweet frappe.

15. Pumpkin Pie (Japan)

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We get the PSL; Japan right now has the superior PP.

16. “Mystical Sandwich” (Turkey)

The Mistik Sandviç appears to be some combination of eggs, cheese, and tomato.

17. Algarrobina Frappuccino (Peru)

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A popular syrup made from the black carob tree, algarrobina can be found decorating Frapps in Peru.

18. Chocolate Star Cake (Ireland)

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Ireland’s Starbucks sell “a dark chocolate cake with a rich butter cream filling, velvety chocolate sauce and Belgian chocolate ganache, sprinkled with white chocolate & gold stars.” Uh…YUM.

19. Charcoal Walnut Raisin Bun (Thailand)

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A savory treat with a cool black hue.

20. Spam Bagel (Philippines)

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Spam is a delicacy in the Philippines, and at Starbucks, you can find it with egg and cheddar on a bagel, breakfast sandwich-style.

Read more: http://buzzfeed.com/jessicamisener/starbucks-menu-in-other-countries

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