You probably know by now that other countries have different food and beverage standards than the United States, but did you know that restaurants have different offerings in other places, too?
As if you need a reason to book your next trip abroad…here are 12!
#12. Drive Thru Red Velvet Cake
It’s hard to believe what basically amounts to a red velvet cake push pop hasn’t made its way from South Korea to the States yet. Here’s hoping!
#11. Cool Mango Cake
Just in case you need some delicious mango to go with your red velvet, South Korea has you covered.
#10. Banana Split Frappuccino
Head to Mexico to pick up this tasty beverage – with or without coffee. I mean, you guys. It has a waffle cone topping!
#9. Cold Foam Iced Espresso
Iced coffee lovers would go wild for this espresso drink topped with cold foam, currently offered in Singapore.
#8. Espresso Brigadeiro
Starbucks has stuffed all of the decadent flavors of these traditional Brazilian chocolate truffles into a drink. Lawd.
#7. Avocado Blended Frappaccino
You’ll have to trek to South Korea, but if you’re a avocado lover, you’re not going to want to miss out. It even has a chocolate ball topping meant to look like the pit!
#6. Lavender Cafe Breve
I’ve given you a bunch of reasons to visit South Korea alone, and this delicious and trendy treat is definitely another one.
#5. Earl Grey Honey Cake
Excuse me while I make a trip to Singapore just for a piece of this honey cake topped with Earl Grey icing. Omg.
#4. Pistachio Bon Bon Cream Frappaccino
Head over to Hong Kong if you’re a lover of pistachio ice cream – it’s a perfect imitation.
#3. Milk Tea Panna Cotta Cream Frappaccino
Available in Thailand, Singapore, Hong Kong, and other stores in Southeast Asia, the creamy layer of panna cotta cream on top of blended black tea and milk has got to be a dream.
#2. Mini Donuts Nutella
Brazilians get your love for Nutella. If I lived there, I’d definitely be changing my go-to place for sweet breakfast treats.
#1. Pina Coco Blended Yogurt
While you’re in Mexico, you’ll want to grab one of these pina colado inspired fraps, as well. Yum!