How long can you store bottled Starbucks Frappuccino before they become unsafe to drink?

How long can you store bottled Starbucks Frappuccino before they become unsafe to drink?

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  1. All bottled Starbucks products have a “best if used by” date stamped on them. This date is a bit of an industry-standard guideline (as well as a good idea). Some ingredients in these products may degrade and/or lose some of their flavor over time. Personally, I have used Starbucks bottled products long (as much as six months) after the recommended date and survived.

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  2. I think shelf life is a year. If you open it, it’s safe to drink for up to 7 days but I would probably not drink past five days

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  3. You’d be a millionaire if that shit went bad and gave you a buzz. Imagine, you could store it for awhile, let it ferment, and relabel it as SuperBucks.
    I think, ’cause it’s mostly sugar, if you didn’t open the container, it’d last at least as long as a beer, which can last for years!
    Worst case, it’ll be sweet, sugary frappuccino vodka! That’s the way to go!
    It’s getting early – I’ve got to go to bed! Good luck!

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  4. It’s shelf stable where it doesn’t have to be refrigerated until it’s opened, where the milk in it has been super heated to kill most of the possible pathogens. I wouldn’t store it/ drink it unopened past it’s sell by date.

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