Starbucks Is Rolling Out a S’Mores Frappuccino for Summer

04/16/2015 at 11:00 AM ET

Starbucks Smores Frappuccino
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Grab your straws, Starbucks lovers — there’s a new Frappuccino.

Starting April 28, the coffee company will be offering a S’mores frozen blended beverage, which is “inspired by the nostalgic summer experience of roasting S’mores,” a spokesperson for Starbucks tells PEOPLE.

Starbucks Smores Frappuccino
Courtesy Starbucks Melody

The new drink mimics its namesake treat by deliciously layering ingredients: a marshmallow-flavored whipped cream on the bottom, followed by milk chocolate sauce, then a layer of the classic blended coffee Frappuccino (with some graham cracker thrown in for good measure), topped off with a healthy serving of more marshmallow whipped cream sprinkled with crushed graham cracker topping.

The first Frappuccinos debuted in 1995 and were available only in coffee and mocha flavors. Now, the company boasts a history of fancy Fraps including a pink Birthday Cake Frappuccino, a blue Seattle Seahawks flavor for the 2015 Super Bowl and a bright green Franken Frappuccino for Halloween.

Starbucks Smores Frappuccino
Courtesy Starbucks Melody

This chocolaty campfire-inspired drink sounds almost as good as Starbucks’ secret-menu Twix Frappuccino. Almost.

—Morgan Gibson, @morgangibson

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Deborah on

G T F O O H!!!!!

I’m in!

nope on

a very overrated treat.
I can always taste the ice particles in this beverage!

Pat on

Thank you for not providing the caloric information! I do not want to know the damage! I cannot wait to try this! And some info for s’mores lovers – Ben & Jerry’s s’mores ice cream is A-MAZING!

Bem on

Sounds vile.

Penny Tration on

I’ll pass

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