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John Keeble
January 11, 2016 5:50 PM EST

It looks like Starbucks is aiming to fill another one of your holidays with a few of its themed — and highly caffeinated — beverages. Tony Aguilar, an employee at a licensed Starbucks in a Tuscon, Arizona, grocery store, has created three different Valentine’s Day frappuccinos to help customers celebrate Feb. 14th.

Aguilar posted pictures of the three creations — the Valentine Frappuccino, Love Bean Frappuccino and Java Berry Frappuccino — along with an explanation of how each is made on Reddit. And although none of them are listed on the official Starbucks menu, he said that demand for the iced drinks has been rapidly growing, according to Cosmopolitan. “I was actually surprised with how popular they became,” he said.

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Luckily, these specialty drinks are available for purchase at every Starbucks location. That is, as long as you know the ingredients involved rather than just the name.


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