Who doesn't love going to Starbucks? They have so many delicious drinks and foods, even people who don't like to drink coffee are sure to be able to find something on the menu that they're going to love. It seems like Starbucks is always releasing delicious new drinks that fans of this coffee chain just have to get their hands on.

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But there are some drinks that Starbucks has released that fans of this huge coffee chain won't be able to find in the US. In order to get your hands on one of these drinks, you'll have to travel to another country. Some of them sound totally delicious while others are a little strange.

To see 10 Starbucks drinks you can't find in the US, keep reading!

10 Singapore: Apricot And Peach Yogurt & Ruby Red Grape Frappuccino

Even though Starbucks is known for its coffee drinks, there are also a lot of really delicious and totally sweet fruity drinks that appear on menus at locations all around the world. In the US, we have a couple like the Strawberry Creme Frappuccino, but other locations around the world have even more fruity options to choose from.

In Singapore, Starbucks has two unique, fruit-based Frappuccino drinks on the menu. The Apricot and Peach Yogurt Frappuccino and Ruby Red Grape Frappuccino look and sound so sweet and refreshing!

9 Japan: Cherry Pie Frappuccino

Who doesn't love a tasty cherry pie? With the warm, flaky crust and the sweet filling... Yes, please! In Japan, Starbucks doesn't have pie on the menu but they do have the next best thing: a Frappuccino inspired by a sweet cherry pie!

This Frappuccino comes complete with a flaky pie crust on top to act as the "lid" for the drink, meaning that it's not just sweet and cherry-flavored, it also has the crispy, flaky texture that we know and love when it comes to eating pie. It's made by layering cherry compote, whipped cream, and vanilla-flavored Frappuccino until it fills the cup with deliciousness.

8 South Korea: Fizzio Sparkling Beverages

The Fizzio Sodas were launched in a few different flavors in select US locations, but these Fizzio Sparkling Beverages are only available at Starbucks in South Korea.

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These sparkling drinks were launched in South Korea as part of a fashion show to celebrate the 15th anniversary of Starbucks being in South Korea back in 2014. In South Korea, the Starbucks Fizzio Sparkling Beverage is a sparkling drink made with fruit-flavored jelly and comes in various flavors like Lemon Ginger, Passion Tea Lemonade, and Yogurt Citrus.

7 South Korea: Avocado Blended

Starbucks has definitely released quite a few drinks over the years that have become really popular on social media. Considering they're just so aesthetically pleasing, we can't blame people that grab their drink from the barista and immediately pull out their phone to snap a picture for social media.

This drink from South Korea is definitely an example of one of Starbucks' most viral drinks. Although this drink may look just like an avocado with the pit in the middle, that pit is actually made of chocolate and the drink is still very much an avocado Frappuccino.

6 Japan: Cherry Blossom Drinks

Cherry blossoms are a huge deal in Japan. The cherry blossoms bloom every spring and are something that many people in Japan look forward to and something that a lot of people visit Japan in order to see. In Japan, Starbucks even celebrates this occasion with selection of different drinks.

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The drinks are cherry and strawberry flavored with chocolate flakes that are designed to look like cherry blossom petals sprinkled on top. In the SAKURAFUL Frappuccino, there are sweet jelly chunks to add a fun texture and extra flavor to these unique drinks.

5 Canada: Blooming Rose Tea Latte

This drink from Starbucks in Canada is one that was inspired by the SAKURAFUL Milk Latte that Starbucks released in Japan. Even though Starbucks hasn't released those cherry blossom drinks in the rest of the world, this Blooming Rose Tea Latte from Starbucks in Canada is pretty close.

It's flavored with rose syrup that has a delicious hint of strawberry. This blends together really nicely with the rooibos tea that it's stirred into. Rose and hibiscus crystals are sprinkled on top of this drink to add an extra floral taste and a super cute look to the drink when you pop the lid off.

4 China: Red Bean Green Tea Frappuccino

In the US, Starbucks does sell a Green Tea Frappuccino. Considering it seems like green tea is all over the place these days, the fact that Starbucks got on that trend quite some time ago and has been selling that frozen, blended drink for a while is no surprise to most of us. But in China, they have a special version of the Green Tea Frappuccino that isn't sold anywhere else.

In China, their Green Tea Frappuccino comes with a very special addition. Layered on top of the deliciously chilly drink is a layer of sweet red beans. Sounds pretty unique!

3 Japan: Fresh Banana Frappuccinos

If you've got a serious sweet tooth, don't worry! Starbucks has a huge variety of sweet drinks on menus all over the world. But some of them are only available internationally and those of us living in the US will never get to taste them.

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One example is this pair of drinks that Starbucks launched in Japan. These two Frappuccinos are known as the Fresh Banana and Caramel Cream Frappuccino and Fresh Banana Chocolate and Cream Frappuccino. The base is either a caramel or chocolate Frappuccino, blended up with a fresh banana.

2 Europe: Pistachio And Rose Mocha

While rose and pistachio may seem like an unusual combination, it's obviously one that Starbucks thinks works out pretty well together! This Rose and Pistachio Mocha is a Starbucks drink that was launched in various countries around Europe back in 2016.

This drink is made with mocha sauce and has a sweet and unique rose and pistachio sauce mixed in to give it a super special flavor. This drink is topped with rose whipped cream and pistachio crumbs.

1 Singapore: Orange Honeycomb Crunch Frappuccino

If you're someone that doesn't exactly go to Starbucks to get coffee and instead wants something super sweet, then visiting Singapore so you can pick up this Starbucks drink might be a good idea for you.

This drink has a deliciously sweet and creamy orange base. It has real orange bits blended up in the drink and is topped with whipped cream, a sweet and tart orange drizzle, and some crunchy and sweet honeycomb pieces to give this drink an extra texture.

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