I am not a shift nor a manager just a barista that cares about Starbucks..
It has come to my attention that as I help out other Starbucks near my home I have notice that certain beverages are made in a total different way..
Now I do see this an issue because then.. that means that what I was taught might just be incorrect...
Have you taken a look at the new recipe ??
Caramel Frapp Light:
Tell me which one is the right recipe..
1) French Roast, Sugar Free Caramel Syrup, Non Fat milk, Light base, No Whip and No Drizzle
2) French Roast, Caramel Syrup,Non Fat milk, Light base,No Whip and Caramel drizzle.
Java Chip Frapp Light:
1) French Roast,Mocha,Java Chips,Non-Fat Milk,Light Base,No Whip and No mocha drizzle
2)French Roast,Mocha,Java Chips,Non-fat Milk,Light base,No whip and with Mocha drizzle..
Tell me how may shots does an Espresso Frapp get in a tall, grande, and venti??
**hint: all of them get the same amount of espresso shot(s)**
THESE ARE JUST A FEW DRINKS THAT I HAVE COME ACROSS...
It bothers me to know that despite on being trained how to make each beverage to their quality ..
**PLEASE TAKE TIME TO READ THE NEW RECIPE CARDS**
THEY ARE IMPORTANT
There was an update a few months back that notified a change in these recipes. I have not heard of using a SF syrup with any Light Frappuccinos, however the drizzle on both of these specified beverages has been removed. I believe the new recipes were a reflection of customers' feedback on what they expected from Light Frappuccinos.