Did you mayhaps mean cappuccino?
- n. iced cappuccino
- From Italian freddo, cold and cappuccino (Wiktionary)
“Clearly the espresso revolution - which plonked a Starbucks onto every street corner in the US and introduced the likes of "frappuccino" and "skinny double shots" into the western cultural lexicon - has been widespread, but not quite widespread enough.”
“Yes, well $149K is a bit much for a "frappuccino".”
“Starbucks Corp. will raise prices by one to two yuan for some products in China, including its "frappuccino" beverages, from Jan. 1, the China Business News reported, citing Li Jing, a”
“The sheer nausea with which he pronounces "frappuccino" is worth the admission price alone.”
“But we just got our third Starbucks: Maybe people are so hypercaffeinated, they have to go to yoga classes just to come down from their frappuccino highs?”
“It is what it is: Britney at her most authentic, the sometimes frappuccino guzzling and a bit hay-zay pop icon.”
“Between the ubiquitous frappuccino runs, barefoot gas station breaks, and baby-carriage-pushing walks with her hair in messy rollers, Spears' not-so-glamorous daily life became its own jaw-dropping spectacle — a peekaboo into the life of a superstar who is in ways just like us!”
“The captain grew increasingly perturbed as the First Mate wielded cryptic words such as grande, venti, trenta, and frappuccino.”
“Are they a frappuccino kind of gal, or do they prefer drip from the gas station with 3 sugars?”
“Baristas will encourage frappuccino customers to consider personalizing their orders.”
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