FOX News -- It's been a good few months for Frappuccino lovers.
In April, Starbucks rolled out a S'mores frap complete with an edible cookie straw that spawned an all-out brawl at a Queens Starbucks location. And in May, the chain debuted a mini version of the Frap for those times when a tall was just too much.
Today, the chain is rolling out six brand new flavors to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the blended coffee drink. Though the Frappuccino has revolutionized the way Americans consume coffee (thanks Kenny G), many of the new flavors have no coffee or espresso at all.
Starbucks says the new flavors were inspired by the legions of frap fans who have come up with endlessly creative combinations over the years.
Craving something cool and sweet? The new flavors are:
--Red velvet: mocha sauce, raspberry syrup, vanilla syrup and Frappuccino chips
--Lemon bar: lemonade, vanilla syrup, and "a sprinkle of" caramel sugar
--Caramel cocoa cluster: toffee nut syrup, Frappuccino® Roast Coffee, a layer of dark caramel sauce, and "a drizzle of" mocha sauce.
--Cotton candy: vanilla bean and raspberry syrup,
--Cupcake: vanilla bean and hazelnut syrup,
--Cinnamon roll: cinnamon dolce syrup, white chocolate mocha sauce, vanilla bean, Frappuccino® Roast Coffee, and "a sprinkle of" cinnamon dolce
Starbucks anniversary flavors will only be available for a limited time but fans of the coffee chain can always get creative by creating a customized beverage with thousands of options.