Review : Starbucks Singapore Salted Caramel Mocha

Starbuck Singapore sent out an email on 6 Sept about the launch of a new beverage. Salted Caramel Mocha is a promotion beverage, available form 6 Sept to 22 Oct 2012. I can hear some of you going, what a combination. Salt to Caramel, is what Mint to Chocolate. Odd but delightful, trust me on this one.

But it’s also one of the things that you may love it or hate it.

A bit about the beverage

A blissful balance of sweet and salty
The warm and indulgent flavors of Salted Caramel Mocha are a perfect companion for your day.

Experience uplifting warmth with this creamy mix of espresso and velvety steamed milk, blended with mocha sauce and toffee nut flavored syrup.

Topped with whipped cream, buttery caramel sauce and a mixture of turbinado sugar and smoked sea salt, this flavorful beverage is sure to make your day.

Available in hot, iced and Frappuccino® blended beverage for a limited time only.

Now let’s look at my pictorial journey of purchasing the drink

The Sea Salt that goes into the drink
Mocha & Vanilla syrup topped up by nice steamed milk
Lots of creamy caramel goodness
Sea Salt lightly dusted over the foam


All left is for me to enjoy it

Have you tried it, please share your experience..

3 thoughts on “Review : Starbucks Singapore Salted Caramel Mocha

  1. I really loved it^^ At first I thought it’d be kind of weird (salt and sweet?? You know…), but it worked!! I liked it, and I hope it stays around for a while!!

    Thanks for putting up pictures and showing how it’s blended, I think that’s really cool! 🙂

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