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Starbucks Unveils 6 New Frappuccino Flavors, But They're Not All Worth Sticking Around For

06/08/2015 10:02 am ET | Updated Jun 08, 2015
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Move over S'mores Frappuccino -- there's a new flavor in town. Make that six new flavors, actually.

In sweet celebration of the Frappuccino turning 20 years old, Starbucks unveiled six delicious new flavors nationwide on Monday: Caramel Cocoa Cluster, Cinnamon Roll, Cotton Candy, Cupcake, Lemon Bar and Red Velvet Cake. The first two new flavors are made with coffee, while the others are crème-based and don't contain coffee at all.

Take a look at the new Frapps and some of their nutritional information below, followed by our take on which ones to skip and which one tastes best.

1. Caramel Cocoa Cluster
Notable ingredients: Toffee nut syrup, coffee, dark caramel sauce, mocha sauce
Calories in a 16-ounce Grande: 470

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2. Cinnamon Roll
Notable ingredients: Cinnamon dolce syrup, white chocolate mocha sauce, vanilla bean, coffee, cinnamon dolce topping
Calories in a 16-ounce Grande: 510

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3. Cotton Candy
Notable ingredients: Vanilla bean and raspberry syrup
Calories in a 16-ounce Grande: 430

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4. Cupcake
Notable ingredients: Vanilla bean and hazelnut syrup
Calories in a 16-ounce Grande: 420

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5. Lemon Bar
Notable ingredients:Lemonade, vanilla syrup, caramel sugar sprinkle
Calories in a 16-ounce Grande: 350

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6. Red Velvet Cake
Notable ingredients: Mocha sauce, raspberry syrup, vanilla syrup and Frappuccino chips
Calories in a 16-ounce Grande: 480

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According to Starbucks, the flavors will be subjected to a "Frappuccino Flav-Off" (vote-off) from June 19 to June 30. Customers will be able to vote for their favorite new flavor on Frappuccino.com The winner of the "Flav-Off" will then be offered from July 3-6 for a special price.

After a taste test last week, we recommend skipping Lemon Bar and Cotton Candy and heading right for Caramel Cocoa Cluster. Happy drinking!

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