Starbucks Reserve Roastery rum cappuccino
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Starbucks Reserve Roastery Tokyo now serves a caramel cappuccino with rum

The festive new holiday cocktail is topped with caramel popcorn, and there's a non-alcoholic version, too

Kaila Imada
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Kaila Imada
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The glitzy Starbucks Reserve Roastery in Tokyo is known for its seasonal drinks including coffee, tea and even cocktails. To keep you warm and cosy over the holidays, the roastery has just released a special line of drinks including a cappuccino spiked with a touch of rum. 

This boozy concoction is called the Kinema Cappuccino (¥1,980) and is topped with caramel popcorn and craft caramel sauce for a touch of texture and sweetness. You can get the boozy pick-me-up either hot or iced, depending on what you’re feeling like. There’s also a non-alcoholic version called the Cinema Cappuccino (¥1,430) for those who prefer their cappuccino sans rum. The Cinema Cappuccino is also available either hot or iced. 

The pricey drinks are only available at the Starbucks Reserve Roastery in Nakameguro, so you won’t be able to order them at just any old Starbucks location. They’re available now while supplies last. 

Keeping with the popcorn theme, Starbucks has also been promoting pairing Light Note Blonde Roast coffee with a side of salty popcorn. If you can’t make it to the roastery, perhaps a movie night with these two is the next best thing.

Looking for other festive coffee options? Check out the exclusive Harry Potter drinks at Tully's Coffee.

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