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Every year, the coffee company releases its themed beverages with classics that include Peppermint Mocha and Gingerbread Latte -- at least in the U.S.
Starbucks also releases region-specific holiday flavors, and in a press release on Tuesday, the company shared a roundup of its holiday drinks from around the world.
“The holidays have their own unique flavor, and Starbucks beverages take their inspiration from the season’s colorful tapestry of cuisines and traditions,” Starbucks said in the press release.
Scroll down to see 15 of Starbucks’ unique holiday drink flavors from around the world.
Snowman Dark Mocha
The Snowman Dark Mocha is available at participating locations in Hong Kong. The drink is available hot, iced or as a Frappuccino.
Santa Boots Frappuccino
The Santa Boots Frappuccino is available in Japan, where stockings are called “Santa boots,” according to Starbucks. The drink has chocolaty flavors, along with salted potato chips and an edible cookie straw.
Holiday French Vanilla Latte
The Holiday French Vanilla Latte, which has blue whipped cream and white and blue sprinkles is available in Asia.
Wishing Star Dark Mocha
The Wishing Star Dark Mocha, also available in Asia, has a topping of green tea whipped cream and “wishing star-shaped crisps,” the release said.
Nutty White Chocolate Frappuccino and Nutty White Mocha
The Nutty White Chocolate Frappuccino and Nutty White Mocha use hazelnut flavor to achieve their holiday taste. The two drinks are available in Japan.
Merry Strawberry Cake Frappuccino
The Merry Strawberry Cake Frappuccino can also be served as a hot drink, called Merry Strawberry Cake Milk. The drinks are available in Japan.
Toasted Marshmallow Hot Chocolate
The Toasted Marshmallow Hot Chocolate is available in Europe. The drink combines mocha sauce and marshmallow syrup.
The Ponche Navideño drink, which means Christmas punch, is inspired by a traditional Mexican holiday beverage with the same name and is available in Mexico.
Cranberry Mocha Blanco Latte
The Cranberry Mocha Blanco Latte, available in Latin America, uses espresso, steamed milk and white chocolate syrup and is topped with whipped cream, cranberry sauce and crystallized sugar.
Coquito Crème Frappuccino
The Coquito Crème Frappuccino, which is only available in Puerto Rico, uses coconut syrup, white chocolate sauce, nutmeg and cinnamon.
Toffee Nut Latte
The Toffee Nut Latte, which uses toffee nut syrup, is available in Europe, the Middle East, Latin America and the Caribbean.
Vanilla Cardamom Latte
The Vanilla Cardamom Latte, available in Europe, uses cardamom vanilla sugar in the espresso drink and in the topping.
The Peppermint Mocha -- which is available in the U.S., Canada, Latin America, the Caribbean and Asia -- has slight variations depending on where you buy it, according to the company. In America, the drink is topped with dark chocolate curls and in Europe and Asia, it is topped with candy cane pieces and mocha drizzle.
The Eggnog Latte -- which was the first Starbucks holiday beverage in 1986, according to the company -- is available in the U.S., Canada and Europe.
Toasted White Chocolate Mocha
The Toasted White Chocolate Mocha, available in the U.S., uses caramelized white chocolate mocha sauce and is available hot, iced or as a Frappuccino.