Starbucks Serves Molten Chocolate 3 Ways This Valentine’s

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Valentine’s Day is just a few days away, and Starbucks has decided to come up with three new drinks to get you and your special someone in the mood for love. And yes, there’s nothing more romantic than turning molten chocolate into a seductive drink.


Yes, Starbucks has come up with three ways for you and your date to enjoy molten chocolate on Valentine’s Day. And none of them involve just having plain cake. For something rich, decadent and coffee-free, there’s the Molten Hot Chocolate. Starbucks decided to combine some chocolate chips with bittersweet mocha sauce and melt them together into steamed milk. And instead of marshmallows, this drink is finished up with mocha and espresso-infused whipped cream along with a bit of espresso mocha drizzle.

At the same time, Starbucks came up with a hot molten chocolate coffee beverage made extra special for Valentine’s. To make the Molten Chocolate Latte, chocolate chips are first melted into the espresso before the concoction is topped with steamed milk and bittersweet mocha sauce. To top it off, this latte gets finished with mocha and espresso-infused whipped cream as well as an espresso mocha drizzle. Andin case you don’t feel like having this latte warm, Starbucks says you can also try the Molten Chocolate Latte iced.

Meanwhile, Starbucks came up with the Molten Chocolate Frappuccino Blended Beverage. It’s coffee made extra special with rich mocha sauce and chocolate chips. Then this concoction is blended with milk and ice before being finished off with mocha and espresso-infused whipped cream as well as an espresso mocha drizzle.

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If you want to try any of these decadent Valentine’s beverages from Starbucks, you better hurry up. This trio of Molten Chocolate goodness will only be available in participating Starbucks stores throughout the U.S. and Canada from now until February 14.

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