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Starbucks is truly making all of our spooky dreams come true with their latest line of Frappuccino flavors. The coffee giant’s Japan location just launched two incredible looking drinks just in time for Halloween, and one of them is giving us some major Hocus Pocus vibes.

Deemed the Halloween Witch and Halloween Princess, both drinks give a unique twist on a fall-appropriate apple flavor. The Princess drink is a milk sweet apple blend consisting of an apple base mixed with white mocha to give it that pastel pink color. Sprinkles top the drink, making it look like it’s straight out of a fairy tale.

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Meanwhile, the Witch is a dark apple chocolate blend consisting of a blood-red apple compote base, crumbled caramel cookie and a chocolate sauce drizzle. It’s basically the drink of our dreams.

The drinks will be sold in Japan Starbucks locations beginning Oct. 18. There isn’t an end date, but they’re a limited time product. Check out the two drinks below.

starbucks witch princess frappuccino
[Photo via http://starbucks.co.jp]

As if that’s not cool enough, the Japan stores will also be selling Witch and Princess donuts. The Witch is filled with apples and topped with chocolate and cookie crumbles. The princess is a sweet and sour flavor topped with similar sprinkles as seen on its drink counterpart.

starbucks witch princess donut
[Photo via http://starbucks.co.jp]

Starbucks hasn’t announced any spooky, limited drinks for the U.S. yet, but our fingers are crossed we’ll being seeing the Witch (or something even cooler) soon.


Last year, Starbucks released the Zombie Frappuccino, a green apple-flavored drink with caramel. Brains (aka pink whipped cream) and a red mocha drizzle were the finishing touches.

The coffee chain’s Singapore locations also released a vampire-inspired drink last year. The Frappuccino consisted of a chocolate cream blended with strawberry sauce. Whipped cream with mimicked vamp bites were the topping of choice.

In 2015 and 2016, the U.S. saw the release of another vampire-inspired drink, the Frappula Frappuccino. The concoction gave us some major MCR vibes circa Three Cheers For Sweet Revenge era.

What do you think of Starbucks Japan’s new Witch and Princess Frappuccinos? Sound off in the comments!