With fall comes changing leaves, cooler weather, sweaters and warm fall drinks. And once fall rolls around we also all anxiously count down the days until the best fall day of the year. No, it's not Halloween. No, it's not Daylight Savings where we get an extra hour of sleep. What's the best day of fall then? The day Starbucks releases its Pumpkin Spice Latte. This spiced latte is a staple warm drink for many people who love the fall season. Seriously, pictures of PSL and fall leaves flood your Instagram feed daily. But, this fall, Starbucks isn't stopping with its infamous Pumpkin Spice Latte. Starbucks announced it is coming out with a Halloween-themed Frappuccino. You better hurry though, it's only available Wednesday, October 28th through Halloween night! 


This Halloween inspired frappuccino is what all Halloween lovers have been craving. The new drink is called a Frappula, named after Dracula. Yep, it's just as amazing as it sounds.


The Frappula is made with a layer of mocha sauce at the bottom of the cup, followed by  a heaping layered of whipped cream and a white chocolate mocha core base. It is then topped with a raspberry syrup drizzle to give it the gory blood effect. And of course, it's not a frappuccino without another heaping layer of whipped cream! 


Don't let this limited time Halloween frappuccino pass you by! Go to a Starbucks near you between October 28th and October 31st for your very own Frappula. You'll want to suck this raspberry blood we're sure of it. 

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