Updated: February 13, 2019
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Starbucks' New Sakura Line-Up For 2019!

As dearly anticipated, the sakura season is slowly arriving upon us and so are Starbucks' seasonal sakura drinks. This year, both will arrive earlier than usual. Along with the sakura drinks, Starbucks also came up with some pleasant mugs and tumblers. Available from February 15th, 2019

Feb 15, 2019(Fri) - Mar 19, 2019(Tue)
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Starbucks' Seasonal Sakura Drinks

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Sakuraful Milk Latte (Short ¥440/Tall ¥480/Grande ¥520/Venti ¥560);
Sakuraful Frappuccino (Tall¥580)
This year, sakura season will arrive earlier than usual and so will Starbucks' cherry blossom-inspired drinks. As of February 15th, only at Starbucks in Japan will you be able to enjoy the Sakuraful Milk Latte, as well as the Sakuraful Frappuccino!

There are also some nice sakura series mugs and tumblers for you to collect. Those can be bought at Starbucks stores or even online.
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Since 2002, Starbucks has been promoting Japanese culture and selling sakura-inspired good and drinks. This year, the theme is "Sakura 'Mankai' Moments-Full blooming all around you". 'Mankai meaning full bloom.
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This year's Starbucks' seasonal drinks are made with two popular flavours, strawberry and cherry as a base. You can definitely taste spring arriving with these comforting flavours. The drinks' beautiful colours will also remind you of cherry blossoms.

The Sakuraful Milk Latte is made with sakura and strawberry blended together. It's a very creamy and flavourful latte.
The Sakuraful Frappuccino is also made with cherry and strawberry flavours mixed together, mixed in are two types of jelly for added texture.
Lili Wanderlust
I love travelling and discovering new cuisines. Japan has a panoply of local dishes to try. I also love yoga, coffee, reading, and cycling.

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