But don’t expect a baby-sized cup.
The Frapp mini is just a few sips shy of the “tall” size — two ounces to be exact. The mini is 10 ounces. The tall is 12.
And it’s only 30 cents cheaper.
Makes us wonder, what’s the point? Just buy the tall!
“We just know that our customers are looking for new things,” said Starbucks spokeswoman Maggie Jantzen. “We’re excited to test a new size offering and looking forward to learning more.”
Right now, Starbucks is only offering the mini Frappuccinos in Houston and Denver.
Good, bigger is better in North Texas. They don’t call us the Big D for nothing!