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Old and New Favorites from Starbucks™ Singapore

An old favorite of mine at any coffee shop is a hot cup of Cappuccino.  Selling for S$5.50 (Php187.00*) at Starbucks™, it's actually one of the cheapest items available on the menu. Don't let it food you, though.  I actually much prefer a simple concoction rather than a more complex one.

Starbucks™ Cappuccino

I'm actually quite content with the the store bought 3-in-1 pack kind, but whenever I'm out and about, a cup of Cappuccino (mixed with 2 packets of brown/raw sugar and a dash of cinnamon) surely makes my day (and keeps me awake during the lazy afternoon hours).

Comfort in a cup

Truly comfort in a cup.

But variety is the spice of life, so whenever I feel particularly adventurous (or am suffering from a serious case of PMS), then a Strawberries and Cream or, their newest offering, a tall Salted Caramel Mocha Frappe (S$6.60/Php224.40*) surely hits the spot better than my old fave.

Salted Caramel Mocha Frappe

The perfect blend of sweet and salty (especially lovin' the sea salt bits in every sip).  Ahhh... sheer indulgence...  J

S$1 = Php34*


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Please visit the Starbucks Singapore' website (click here forthe site) for more information on menu items and branch locations.

Planning to visit?  Drop by my "Getting Around Singapore" post (click here) for more details on how to get around the Lion City.


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