Lately, we have been feeling some serious envy over the drinks that Starbucks’ outposts in around the globe have been blessed with: There is a Frappuccino topped with a slice of a chocolate cake, and another complete with cherry pie filling and pie crust, in Japan. Sure, we got the Unicorn Frappuccino craze – followed quickly by dragon and pink Pegasus Frappuccino craze – but almost nothing beats an actual piece of cake in your coffee. Except maybe a coffee drink inspired by an iconic French pastry.
Back in February, Starbucks Korea announced they would be introducing a Choux Cream Latte, and it has finally hit stores. The drink was, of course, inspired by the piped French pastry dough used to make cream filled confections like éclairs and cream puffs.
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The Choux Cream Latte combines espresso, steamed milk, and sweet custard flavoring, but the best part of this drink might be the custard-flavored whipped cream the latte is topped with. Sadly, it’s only available in South Korea – for the time being that is.