Monday, December 23, 2013

Patti Austin

Patti Austin Live in Manila for the Holidays

As Filipinos celebrate the holiday season, it’s time for a fun-filled occasion that warms the heart, fills the soul, and looks forward to a better 2014 for The Philippines.   
Headliner Patti Austin will be joined by some of the Philippines’ most popular performers and a fantastic live band in a concert celebrating the New Year, commemorating the indomitable Filipino spirit, and contributing to a better future. 

Part of the proceeds will be donated to the victims Typhoon Haiyan for relief efforts.   Patti Austin will personally lead a continuing effort to design and build houses in Tacloban through Habitat For Humanity. 

The overall tone of the event will be joyous and upbeat, signifying a “Brand New Day” in the Philippines as the country and the world join together in gestures of celebration, goodwill and support.  Patti will perform the hit songs which have made her a huge star in the Philippines and worldwide.

Throughout the evening, pre-recorded messages from international singers and actors of greetings and hope will flow onto the Solaire ballroom’s large screens. 

Also, OPM Icons have pledged their support for the said concert which includes Richard Merk, Martin Nievera and Lea Salonga as her special guests during the night at the Solaire. 
The promoters and producers are working to arrange for live telecast of portions of the event in the Philippines and countries in adjacent time zones.  Viewers will have the opportunity to join the party via social media, and to contribute to this all-important cause.  
Another fund-raising performance will take place at the Fairmont Raffles Hotel (in Makati) on December 31, 2013 as Patti Austin celebrates New Year.

Tickets will be marketed and sold through Laurel Media outlets, the Solaire Casino and Resort (for the December 29,  2013show) and Fairmont Raffles Hotel (for the December 31, 2013  show), and thru TicketWorld at 891-9999 or 

Thursday, December 19, 2013

Tune Hotels


KUALA LUMPUR, 19 December 2013 – International value hotel group Tune Hotels is celebrating the arrival of the New Year 2014 with the opening of two new properties – Tune Hotel Davao in the Philippines and Tune Hotel Bekasi in Indonesia.

The 155-room Tune Hotel Davao, located at J.P. Laurel Avenue in Davao City, the Philippines welcomed its first guests on Tuesday 17 December 2013 while Tune Hotel Bekasi, with 157 rooms and located at Blu Plaza, Jl. Chairil Anwar 27-36 in Bekasi Timur, Indonesia opened for business Thursday 19 December 2013.

Mark Lankester, Group CEO of Tune Hotels said: “What a celebration! We have two hotels opening just days apart in two of the most vibrant economies in Asean and this surely is a big cause to celebrate for Tune Hotels. Both Indonesia and Philippines are great markets for us and our rapid expansion in both countries signifies their importance.”

Tune Hotels now has seven hotels in operation in the Philippines and six in Indonesia.

“2013 has been a great year for us. To recap, including the newly-opened Tune Hotel Davao and Tune Hotel Bekasi, we have launched three new hotels each in the Philippines and Indonesia this year alone. By early 2014, three more are coming up in Indonesia and another in the Philippines, and these underscore our plans for the two countries” shared Mark.

Elsewhere, Tune Hotels has 11 hotels in operation in Malaysia, four in Thailand, five in the UK and one each in Australia, India and Japan. It has a total of 40 hotels available for booking on its website

“Over five million guests have stayed with Tune Hotels and we look forward to welcoming more visitors and tourists by providing them international standard accommodation at highly affordable rates,” he added.

Tune Hotels has pioneered a “pay-as-you-use” concept that has become hugely popular among smart travellers from across the world. Under the concept, guests only pay for room rates with the option of adding on other amenities like air-conditioning, towels and toiletries, in-room Wi-Fi and satellite TV service to keep costs down, reduce waste and save energy.

Tune Hotels provides international-class high-quality accommodation at central locations and focuses on key essentials but minus the generally underused facilities found in other hotels such as swimming pools, business centres and gymnasiums. By doing away with these costly and high-maintenance facilities, Tune Hotels is able to pass on savings to its guests in the form of super low room rates.

All Tune Hotels feature space-efficient, streamlined rooms focusing on high-quality basics: 5-star beds and powerful hot showers. The strategically located hotels provide housekeeping services, electronic keycard access into rooms, extensive CCTV systems, and no access into the main lobby without a keycard past midnight for extra security.

Tune Hotels is part of Tune Group, a lifestyle business conglomerate co-founded by Tan Sri Tony Fernandes and Datuk Kamarudin Meranun, who are the Group CEO and Executive Chairman respectively of Asia’s largest low cost carrier AirAsia.

For real-time updates and promotion alerts, guests can stay connected with Tune Hotels via Facebook and on Twitter via

For booking and further information on Tune Hotels’ properties, visit

About Tune Hotels
Tune Hotels is part of the lifestyle business conglomerate Tune Group that was founded by Tan Sri Tony Fernandes and Datuk Kamarudin Meranun. Tune Hotels seeks to innovate and revolutionise the way services are made available and has employed efficient web-based technologies to reach and engage its customers, presenting a unique lifestyle opportunity. All Tune Hotels’ properties feature space-efficient, streamlined rooms focusing on high-quality basics: a five-star bed, powerful hot showers and energy-conserving ceiling fans along with housekeeping services, electronic keycard access into rooms, CCTV surveillance, and 24-hour security. The Tune Group companies are Tune Air (a substantial shareholder of AirAsia), Tune Hotels, Tune Money, Tune Insurance, Tune Talk, the AirAsia BIG Loyalty Programme, Tune Box, Tune Studios, Caterham Group, Queens Park Rangers Football Club (QPR) and the Epsom College in Malaysia.

Opening date: 17 December 2013
Location: J.P. Laurel Avenue, Davao City, 8000 Philippines
No. of rooms: 155 (100 Doubles, 52 Twins, 3 Wheelchair accessible)

Tune Hotel Davao is only minutes away from the city’s shopping malls and major convention center. It is conveniently located near corporate offices and walking distance from the Southern Philippines Medical Center.

Davao City is the most populous city in Mindanao and the fourth in the Philippines. Davao City is the main trade, commerce, and industry hub of Mindanao. Davao is home to Mount Apo, the tallest peak in the country.

Nearby attractions:
·         Mount Apo
·         The Philippine Eagle Nature Center
·         Pearl Farm Beach Resort
·         Jack's Ridge
·         Davao Museum
·         Davao Crocodile Park

Opening date: 19 December 2013
Location: Jl. Chairil Anwar 27-36, Bekasi Timur, 57139 Indonesia
No. of rooms: 157 (103 Doubles, 53 Twins, 1 Wheelchair accessible)

Tune Hotel Bekasi is located next to Blu Plaza Bekasi and about an hour from Jakarta’s Soekarno-Hatta International Airport. Bekasi is Indonesia’s fourth largest city and part of the Jabodetabek, the urban area surrounding the capital city Jakarta.

Nearby attractions:
·         Taman Buaya Indonesia Jaya (Crocodile Farm)
·         Vihara Dharma Jaya (Buddhist Temple)
·         Waterboom Lippo Cikarang (water theme park)
·         Karang Kitri Campgrounds
·         Gedung Joang 45 (The High House)
·         Klenteng Hok Yoe Kiong (Buddhist Temple)
·         Al Arief Mosque

Tuesday, December 3, 2013


A Christmas Concert with Bamboo!

Join rock icon Bamboo in kicking off the Holiday season and a special benefit concert for the victims of Typhoon Yolanda as Globe Tattoo brings you “BELIEVE: Christmas @ Home with Bamboo” on December 6, 2013 at the Music Museum.

Believe in Christmas and enjoy a night of traditional Christmas favorites, as well as famous anthems and original compositions from Bamboo’s album “No Water No Moon”. Offering his unique vocal talents to a good cause, Bamboo will be joined by the show’s musical director Kakoy Legaspi on guitars, Ria Osorio on keyboards/piano, Jun Jun Regalado on drums, Simon Tan on bass and Ardie de Guzman on guitars. 

The one-hour and a half  special marks Bamboo’s first Christmas show in his 9 year-old career and highlights intimate set of instruments like xylophone, trombone, percussion, strings joined by a children’s choir for renditions of classic Christmas carols.

This concert is also a part of Bamboo’s response to the survivors of super typhoon 'Yolanda' that ravaged Central Visayas two weeks ago. I would like to impart my heartfelt support and prayers to our kababayans in the Visayas thru music and thru this concert. Let the spirit still inspire us to help others and to believe that there is hope for our country.” Bamboo spoke of helping countrymen who are left homeless and have lost their loved ones.

Bamboo is now working on his sophomore album, the follow-up to 2011’s “No Water No Moon” released by PolyEast Records.

Proceeds from the show “BELIEVE: Christmas @ Home with Bamboo” will support in part to typhoon Yolanda victims. The concert will be December 6, 2013 at the Music Museum presented by Globe Tattoo in cooperation with Lenovo, a production of iCreate Entertainment Solutions Inc. For ticket information, you may call Music Museum at 721-6726 or 721-0635, Ticket World at 891-9999 or visit


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Quiet Time Moments for Women allow busy women to immerse themselves in the Word of God. These brief one-page readings pack a punch with a Scripture passage, inspiring thought, and a prayer or quote.

Author Catherine Martin’s Quiet Time Ministries empowers women around the world to engage in life-changing interactions with God. Now she adds to her best-selling books (more than 70,000 copies sold) her first collection of one-page devotional gems. These brief readings not only touch the hearts of women on the go but also set the tone for those who want to linger in God’s presence and immerse themselves in the truths of God’s Word.

Each entry includes a brief passage of Scripture, a fresh new inspirational thought, and either a short prayer or a quote from a devotional classic of the nineteenth, twentieth, or twenty-first century. With a handy 4 x 6 size, this will be a treasured addition to every woman’s quiet time materials.
Product Details:
Title: Quiet Time Moments for Women
Description: Short Devotions to Refresh Your Heart
Author: Catherine Martin
Binding: Paperback
Size: 4″ x 6″
No. of pages: 288
Language: English
ISBN-10: 971-0453-34-3
ISBN-13: 978-971-045-34-4
SRP: P195.00/copy

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Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Daniel Padilla & Enrique Gil

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100 Life Lessons for Success

100 Life Lessons for Success: Shout Outs for One’s Sensibilities

Advertising executive turned book author Michael “Myke” P. Celis finally launched his first book entitled “100 Life Lessons for Success: Shout outs for one’s  sensibilities.  A compilation of his favorite personal shout outs on his Facebook page, the book aims to give anyone (and everyone) who needs positivity a daily dose of good vibes through feel good and highly amusing (and sometimes controversial) quotes. Perfect for those who want to start their day right, those who want a change in their perspective or simply for those who need a breather from their daily routine. A must-have for people always on the go to serve as a gentle reminder that with positive thinking, life gets better.

Back Story:

Myke Celis never did imagine himself having his own book published. Even though he used to be a full-time shoe blogger ( and a contributing  writer for Code Red Magazine,  coming out with his own book was far from his original plan.

He was already happy doing a bunch of things which keep his day (and sometimes night) schedules full to the brim:  Crafting integrated marketing campaigns while handling his own advertising, events and casting agency called PerCX (, teaching advertising subjects on the side for the Masters in Marketing Communications in De La Salle University Manila, running his own toy dog breeding business (ToyPups) and his trading business focusing on selling collectible toys and other items (Mykreativbiz).  When he has free time, he also engages in hosting and training and obliges to speaking engagements concerning advertising, marketing or self-improvement.

Amidst his busy schedule though, being the always optimistic guy that he is, he continued to post feel-good thoughts on his Facebook page. Gaining a lot of followers who look forward to his daily inspirational posts, he got convinced to come up with his own compilation after much prodding from his subscribers. So when his current publisher, Lifebooks , took interest in his posts, the rest they say, is history.

Product Details:
Title: 100 Life Lessons for Success
Subtitle: Shout Outs for One's Sensibilities
Author: Myke Celis
Binding: Soft Cover
No. of Pages: 110
Size: 4″ x 6″ (portrait)
ISBN-10: 971-0453-40-8
ISBN-13: 978-971-0453-40-5
SRP: P115.00/copy

Published by Lifebooks, “100 Life Lessons for Success” is now available in all branches of National Bookstore (under self-help and inspirational), Powerbooks, and Fully Booked nationwide. For more inspiring books, visit, follow Lifebooks on Facebook ( and Twitter (

BroadwayWorld Announces Annual Theater Awards Nominees from the Philippines

New York, November 19, 2013—, the largest theater site on the Internet covering Broadway, London’s West End, and beyond to 100 U.S. cities and 30 countries worldwide, and whose contents are catalogued in the Library of Congress, has recently announced its annual theater awards nominees from more than 50 regional markets across the globe, including the Philippines. 

When was launched 10 years ago, one of its very first features was its theater fans’ choice awards named Awards. Every year, the awards set new records for the total number of nominations and votes received; this year’s total number of nominations has even doubled compared to last year.

Once again, hundreds of thousands of theater fans worldwide have been weighing in. With such progressive online engagement, Awards’ reputation as the largest and most popular online poll of its kind—open to all and with fully visible and audited results—has been further solidified. gets more than four million visitors monthly, of which more than 60,000 come from the Philippines.

Until December 31, 2013, Filipino theater fans can only vote once.  Winners will be announced in early January 2014.

Below is the complete list of nominees from the Philippines:

Best Actor (Musical)
Tom Rodriguez (Atlantis Productions' Aladdin)
Dan Domenech (Viva Atlantis Theatricals' Tarzan)
Guido Gatmaytan (Trumpets' The Bluebird of Happiness)
Lorenz Martinez (9 Works Theatrical's They're Playing Our Song)
Anton Posadas (Trumpets' The Bluebird of Happiness)

Best Actor (Play)
Toper Fabregas (World Theatre and Music Project's The Maids)
Anton Juan (World Theatre and Music Project's The Maids)
Bart Guingona (Actor's Actor Inc.'s Red)
Jonathan Tadioan (Tanghalang Pilipino's Der Kaufmann)
Joaquin Valdes (Actor's Actor Inc.'s Red)

Best Actress (Musical)
Rachelle Ann Go (Viva Atlantis Theatricals' Tarzan)
Isay Alvarez (Spotlight Artists Centre's Katy)
K-La Rivera (Atlantis Productions' Carrie)
Mikkie Bradshaw (Atlantis Productions' Carrie)
Aicelle Santos (Spotlight Artists Centre's Katy)

Best Actress (Play)
Pinky Amador (Atlantis Productions' Piaf)
Jenny Jamora (Team Asia's Mind's Eye)
Carla Dunareanu (Repertory Philippines' Boeing Boeing)
Giannina Ocampo (Repertory Philippines' Boeing Boeing)
Jennifer Blair-Bianco (Repertory Philippines' Boeing Boeing)

Best Book, Lyrics for a Filipino Musical (New/Revival)
Jose Javier Reyes (Spotlight Artists Centre's Katy)
Jaime del Mundo (Trumpets' The Bluebird of Happiness)
Rody Vera (PETA's D' Wonder Twins of Boac)
Luigi Nacario (Kids Acts Philippines' Hansel and Gretel)

Best Choreography (Musical)
Delphine Buencamino (Blue Repertory's Spring Awakening)
Paolo Infante (Repertory Philippines' Camp Rock)
Nancy Crowe (Trumpets' The Bluebird of Happiness)
Carlon Matobato (PETA's D' Wonder Twins of Boac)
Gemini Quintos (9 Works Theatrical's They're Playing Our Song)

Best Costume Design (Musical/Play)
Eric Pineda (Viva Atlantis Theatricals' Tarzan)
Leeroy New (Tanghalang Pilipino's Ibalong)
Gino Gonzales (Green Wings Entertainment's Lorenzo)
Mio Infante (9 Works Theatrical's They're Playing Our Song)

Best Crossover Artist (Mainstream to Theater)
Tom Rodriguez (Atlantis Productions' Aladdin)
Aicelle Santos (Spotlight Artists Centre's Katy)
Marc Abaya (Red Turnip's Closer)

Best Direction of a Musical
Andrei Pamintuan (Culture Shock's Sa Wakas)
Jaime del Mundo (Trumpets' The Bluebird of Happiness)
Nonon Padilla (Green Wings Entertainment's Lorenzo)
Robbie Guevara (9 Works Theatrical's They're Playing Our Song)
Tuxqs Rutaquio (Tanghalang Pilipino's Sandosenang Sapatos)

Best Direction of a Play
Dexter Santos (Dulaang UP's Collection)
Jose Estrella (Dulaang UP's Adarna)
Bart Guingona (Actor's Actor Inc.'s Red)
Miguel Faustmann (Repertory Philippines' Boeing Boeing)
Tuxqs Rutaquio and Rody Vera (Tanghalang Pilipino's Der Kaufmann)

Best Featured Actor (Musical)
Joel Trinidad (Trumpets' The Bluebird of Happiness)
Terence Guillermo (Green Wings Entertainment's Lorenzo)
Tirso Cruz III (Spotlight Artists Centre's Katy)
Jamie Wilson (Viva Atlantis Theatricals' Full Monty)
Robie Zialcita (Trumpets' The Bluebird of Happiness)

Best Featured Actor (Play)
Leo Rialp (Dulaang UP's Collection)
Alexander Cortez (Dulaang UP's Collection)
Ruffy Du Buco (Harlequin Theatre Guild's The Sky Over Dimas)

Best Featured Actress (Musical)
Aiza Seguerra (Atlantis Production's Aladdin)
Ima Castro (Viva Atlantis Theatricals' Tarzan)
Lynn Sherman (Trumpets' The Bluebird of Happiness)
Bituin Escalante (Repertory Philippines' Alice in Wonderland)
Camille Lopez-Molina (Green Wings Entertainment's Lorenzo)

Best Featured Actress (Play)
Teetin Villanueva (Dulaang UP's Collection)
G Tongi (Atlantis Productions' Piaf)
Jenny Jamora (World Theatre and Music Project's The Maids)
Baby Barredo (Repertory Philippines' Boeing Boeing)

Best Filipino Musical (New/Revival)
Sa Wakas (Culture Shock)
The Bluebird of Happiness (Trumpets)
Katy (Spotlight Artists Theatre)
Ibalong (Tanghalang Pilipino)
Sandosenang Sapatos (Tanghalang Pilipino)

Best Filipino Play (New/Revival)
Adarna (Dulaang UP)
Collection (Dulaang UP)
Der Kaufmann (Tanghalang Pilipino)
The Sky Over Dimas (Harlequin Theatre Guild)
Banwa! (Department of Humanities-UPLB)

Best International Touring Production (Musical/Play)
Potted Potter (Lunchbox Theatrical Productions)
The Grufallo (ABA Productions)

Best Lighting Design (Musical/Play)
John Batalla (Dulaang UP's Collection)
Lex Marcos (Dulaang UP's Adarna)
Martin Esteva (9 Works Theatrical's They're Playing Our Song)
Jonjon Villareal (PETA's D' Wonder Twins of Boac)

Best Locally Produced Broadway Show (Musical/Play)
Disney's Tarzan (Viva Atlantis Theatricals)
Carrie (Atlantis Productions)
Rock of Ages (Atlantis Productions)
They're Playing Our Song (9 Works Theatrical)
Red (Actor's Actor Inc.)

Best Music for a Filipino Musical (New/Revival)
Ebe Dancel (Culture Shock's Sa Wakas)
Ryan Cayabyab (Spotlight Artists Centre's Katy)
Rony Fortich (Trumpets' The Bluebird of Happiness)
Ryan Cayabyab (Green Wings Entertainment's Lorenzo)
Jeff Hernandez (PETA's D' Wonder Twins of Boac)

Best Musical Direction (Musical)
Ejay Yatco (Culture Shock's Sa Wakas)
Mon Faustino, Rony Fortich and Sweet Plantado (Trumpets' The Bluebird of Happiness)
Pipo Cifra (Philippine Stagers Foundation's Bonifacio: Isang Sarsuwela)
Jeff Hernandez (PETA's D' Wonder Twins of Boac)
Joseph Tolentino (9 Works Theatrical's They're Playing Our Song)

Best Scenic Design (Musical/Play)
Mio Infante (Trumpets' The Bluebird of Happiness)
Gino Gonzales (Green Wings Entertainment's Lorenzo)
Faust Peneyra (Atlantis Productions' Piaf)
Lex Marcos (PETA's D' Wonder Twins of Boac)
Mio Infante (9 Works Theatrical's They're Playing Our Song)

Best Sound Design (Musical/Play)
Bobbit Jacinto (Atlantis Productions’ Carrie)
Chuck Ledesma (9 Works Theatrical's They're Playing Our Song)
Rards Corpus (Green Wings Entertainment's Lorenzo)
TJ Ramos (Tanghalang Pilipino's Der Kaufmann)

Best Theater Company
Sipat Lawin Ensemble
Kids Acts Philippines
Red Turnip
Green Wings Entertainment

Best Theatrical Venue
CCP Main Theater
Meralco Theater
Carlos P. Romulo Auditorium
SDA Theater, CSB
St. Cecilia Hall, St. Scholastica

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Sunday, November 17, 2013

Starbucks Secret Recipes

Finally! I got to try the famous Butterbeer of Hogsmeade at Starbucks. It's so sweet but still tasting so good! It also leaves an impression that the next time you get to taste it without label, You would know it's their signature ButterBeer! Harry Potter must be so happy that his favorite drink is now available at any Starbucks Stores just as long as you present the Baristas with this recipe:

- A Creme Frappuccino base. Don’t skimp on the fat by asking for skim or 2% milk as whole milk is required for the right consistency.
- Add 3 pumps of caramel syrup.
- Add 3 pumps of toffee nut syrup.
- Top with caramel drizzle 

I also found out that Starbucks has more secret recipes created by dedicated Baristas and Creative Customers. Thanks to Jolt 24 for listing some of them on its website. 

Note: Please be nice and respectful to your Baristas if they don't know these drinks. It’s not listed on their boards or anywhere, and most of the drinks are region specific. It's customized! Just present them with these recipes! 

1.  Ferrero Rocher Frappuccino

      -          Double chocolate chip frappuccino
      -          Hazelnut syrup (2 pumps venti, 1.5 pumps grande, 1 pump tall)
-          Mocha syrup (3 pumps venti, 2.5 pumps grande, 2 pumps tall)
-          Hazelnut drizzle on top

2.   Cadbury Creme Egg Frappuccino

-       Java chip frappuccino
-       2 shots of espresso for venti and grande, 1 shot for tall
-       Vanilla bean powder (4 scoops for a venti, 3 scoops grande, and 2 scoops for tall)
-       Caramel syrup (1 pump for a venti-sized drink, and .5 pumps for grande and tall)
-       Vanilla syrup (2 pumps for venti, 1.5 pumps grande, and 1 pump for a tall)
-       Whipped cream on top is optional, but recommended. Likewise for the caramel drizzle on top.

3. Nutella Frappuccino

-       Coffee Frappuccino
-       Hazelnut syrup (1.5 pumps for venti, 1 pump for a grande, half a pump for tall)
-       Mocha syrup (3 pumps for venti, 2 pumps for a grande, 1 for tall)
-       Whipped cream blended in

4. Blackberry Cobbler Frappuccino

-       A vanilla bean Frappuccino
-       White mocha syrup (2 pumps for a venti, 1.5 for grande, and 1 pump for a tall)
-       And a scoop of freeze-dried blackberries blended in

5. Red Velvet Frappuccino

-       Order a half white chocolate mocha,
-       Half Regular Mocha Frappuccino
-       2 pumps of raspberry syrup (or 3 for a venti)
-       Top with whipped cream!

6. Snickers Frappuccino

-       A java chip Frappuccino
-       Toffee nut syrup (3 pumps venti, 2 pumps grande, and 1 pump tall)
-       Whipped cream on top
-       Caramel drizzle lining the cup and on top
-       Add mocha drizzle on top for even more chocolate flavor (optional)

7. Turtle Frappuccino

-       A java chip Frappuccino
-       Toffee nut syrup (3 pumps venti, 2 pumps grande, and 1 pump tall)
-       Whipped cream on top
-       Caramel and mocha drizzles on top

8. Creamy Dark Caramel Espresso Frappuccino

-       Get heavy whipping cream (different from whipped cream) blended with just ice and cream base
-       Add 3 pumps of dark caramel sauce to the bottom of the cup, then pour the blended mix into the cup
-       Add a shot of espresso
-       With whipped cream and cookie crumbles on top (when available)

9. Cinnamon Roll Frapuccino

-       Vanilla bean Frappuccino
-       Cinnamon dolce syrup (3 pumps venti, 2 pumps grande, 1 pump tall)
-       White chocolate mocha syrup (3 pumps venti, 2 pumps grande, 1 pump tall)
-       Cinnamon dolce powder sprinkled on top

10. S’mores Frappuccino

-       A java chip frappuccino (double chocolate chip works if you’d rather not have the caffeine)
-       Toffee nut syrup (1.5 pumps for venti, 1 pump grande, .5 pumps for a tall)
-       Cinnamon dolce syrup (1.5 pumps for venti, 1 pump grande, .5 pumps for a tall)
-       Whipped cream blended in
-       Whipped cream and cinnamon dolce sprinkles on top

11. Rainbow Sherbet Frappuccino

-       A strawberries and cream frappuccino made with orange refresher instead of strawberry purée
-       3 pumps of cream base
-       A scoop of vanilla bean powder
-       A pump of raspberry syrup
-       A pump of peach syrup
-       Add ice and blend it all up

12. Caramel Snickerdoodle Macchiato

-       Ask for an iced soy caramel macchiato, upside down (this makes it so the flavors blend together better)
-       Add vanilla syrup (2 pumps for venti, 1.5 for grande, and 1 for tall)
-       Add cinnamon dolce syrup (2 pumps venti, 1.5 grande, and just one for tall).

13. Caramel Apple Frappuccino

-       Apple juice to the first line
-       Whole milk to the second line
-       Cream base (4 pumps for venti, 3 pumps grande, 2 pumps tall)
-       Dark caramel (3 pumps for venti, 2 pumps grande, and 1 pump for a tall)
-       Cinnamon dolce syrup (3 pumps for venti, 2 pumps grande, and 1 pump for a tall)
-       Caramel ribbon crunch pieces
-       Caramel drizzle
-       Get it with whipped cream and cinnamon dolce topping