• The Mango Dragonfruit Refresher is the latest addition to the coffeehouse chain's permanent menu in the U.S. and Canada. Starting this week, an icy grande, or 16-ounce drink, comes in at just under 100 calories. The drink will cost .25 to .95, depending on size and location.

  • A Dragon Drink is basically just a Mango Dragonfruit Refresher thats made with coconutmilk instead of water. According to Starbucks, the Dragon Drink is the creamier version of the two — so if youre having trouble trading in your latte for a lighter springtime drink, this might be a good option for you.

    Likewise, how much is a grande dragon fruit refresher? Price. A Tall of the regular Refresher is .75; Grande is .25; Venti is .75; and is .25.

    Similarly, you may ask, is dragon fruit drink from Starbucks good for you?

    Starbucks has announced that their bright pink Dragon Drink will be a permanent addition to their menu. The Dragon Drink ingredients include dragon fruit, various fruit juices and flavors, as well as coconut milk. Dietitians explain if the Dragon Drinks overall nutrition is healthy and the best way to enjoy it.

    Is Starbucks dragon drink good?

    The coconut milk adds a slight creaminess and tones down the mango and dragonfruit flavors but in a very good way. The first Dragon Drink I had was at an airport Starbucks in Maine on Sunday. I found the drink to be very satisfying, even if the barista made it 87 percent ice to 13 percent actual drink.

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