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Starbucks Unveils New "Gianduja Chocolate Mocha" for a Limited-Time

Starbucks Coffee Japan Introduces Limited Edition 'Gianduja Chocolate Mocha' for Valentine's Season

TOKYO, Jan 17 (News On Japan) - Starbucks Coffee Japan is set to warm hearts this winter with the introduction of a special café mocha inspired by the Valentine's season.

Starting January 17, 2024, the 'Gianduja Chocolate Mocha' will be available for a limited time at Starbucks locations nationwide, excluding certain stores.

The 'Gianduja Chocolate Mocha' is a seasonal café mocha that encapsulates the essence of gianduja, offering a subtle hint of hazelnut aroma. Gianduja is a sweet chocolate spread that includes roasted nuts blended into a paste, mixed with chocolate. This delectable drink combines espresso and milk with a gianduja chocolate-flavored sauce, creating a harmonious blend of the nutty hazelnut fragrance, the gentle sweetness of chocolate, and the bold bitterness of coffee. It promises to be a perfect indulgent treat for the cold winter months.

The Gianduja Chocolate Mocha will be priced as follows: Short ¥550, Tall ¥589, Grande ¥633, Venti ¥678 for take-out, and Short ¥561, Tall ¥600, Grande ¥645, Venti® ¥690 for in-store consumption.

The promotion is scheduled to run from January 17 to February 14, 2024, at participating Starbucks stores across Japan. Customers should note that there may be temporary shortages or the possibility of the offer ending early.

Source: Modelpress

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