The Most Delicious Iced Morning Beverage - Starbucks Venti Mocha Frappucino

Starbucks Mocha Frappucino

I have to admit that drinking coffee for the past 5 years now and experiencing short to long term episodes of acid reflux from time to time while enjoying the hot, morning beverage, has definitely put my taste buds in the group of coffee addicts. I frequent Starbucks, The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf, and Panera Bread and Bakery for my coffee liquid delights and lately, my stomach has been happier with cold coffees than hot coffees. I'm not sure why, maybe genetics has to do with it, maybe diet, but anyway, of all the coffees out there in the world to drown my taste buds in, I cannot resist the mocha frappucinos also known as iced mocha coffees.

When I finally familiarized myself with Starbucks beverage size lingo, tall for small, grande for medium, venti for large, and trenta for extra large, Starbucks is where I order the venti mocha frappucino. Panera Bread and Bakery has me sipping on the succulent sweetness of their frozen mocha. Both have the same texture and sweetness however, Panera drizzles their version of this decadent drink with chocolate syrup. Starbucks is larger while Panera only has one size but it doesn't matter, I enjoy drinking both, even though Panera offers their size for a dollar less than the Starbucks venti (large).

Although I don't care for the other flavors of coffee, whether hot or iced, and I do drink only hot vanilla creme or hazelnut coffee, my favorite morning caffeinated drink are the frozen mochas because they are simply described as, coffee milkshakes! The next time you frequent your local Starbucks or coffee shop, order an iced coffee milkshake and thank me later because once you finish the first one, you'll be back in line or on the phone ordering your second one. Cheers to Starbucks mocha frappucinos, specifically the mocha frap, a delectable icy treat that will surely attract all those happy taste buds inside your mouth!


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