Starbucks’ Secret Menu Has a Rainbow Sherbet Frappuccino—Here’s How to Order

Starbucks' Rainbow Sherbet Frappuccino is pretty, fruity and so easy to order.

You might think that the biggest recent Starbucks news was the return of the Pumpkin Spice Latte. Nothing screams fall louder and prouder. But as much as we love Starbucks’ official menu items (especially the seasonal ones), sometimes you want to zig where others zag. That’s where the secret menu comes into play.

We’ve previously clued you in on how to request a Cookies and Cream Frappuccino and Caramel Popcorn Frappuccino. Now, we’d like to introduce you to the Rainbow Sherbet Frappuccino! It’s simple to order and tastes oh, so fruity.

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This recipe comes courtesy of Totally the Bomb, a rich source of Starbucks’ secret menu item inspiration. You all probably remember rainbow sherbet, the multi-hued icy treat that just seems to signal a good time.

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The base of this drink is a Grande Strawberries and Cream Frappuccino, so order that to start. Next, get even fruitier by asking for Mango Refresher juice and peach juice to be added. The final step in obtaining rainbow sherbet bliss is requesting raspberry syrup in place of the regular sweetener.

What you’ll be presented with is a creamy, pink drink (no, not that Pink Drink) that tastes just like a rainbow. Drink up!

Keep Your Barista in Mind

Even though the Rainbow Sherbet Frappuccino ingredients are things any Starbucks would stock, not everyone will know how to make it just by name. If you really have your heart set on a secret menu item, it’s a good idea to have the recipe ready or order on the app.

Secret menu items can also take more time to concoct than a simple drip coffee, so try for off-peak times or ordering when lines are short. Your barista and fellow customers will thank you.

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Krista Garcia
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