9 Starbucks Secret Menu Items You Won’t Want to Miss
Try a new drink from the Starbucks secret menu on your next coffee run! Thank us later.
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The typical Starbucks patron has a few go-to favorites on the menu. Baristas and fans have come up with deliciously creative concoctions on the secret menu that will make you reconsider your daily order. These recipes combine Starbucks’ staples, milks, syrups and sauces, to create the most delectable drinks you can imagine!
Ask for a Tiramisu Frap at Starbucks and you’ll get a Coffee Frappuccino base with a pump of mocha sauce, a half pump each of caramel, vanilla, toffee-nut and hazelnut syrup along with a shot of espresso affogato.
When you request 1 shot espresso affogato, your barista will pour hot espresso over your blended, frozen drink, creating a creamy, dreamy Italian-style coffee treat!
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This magical twist on a Starbucks classic will cast a spell on you! Start with a Crème Frappuccino and add three pumps each of caramel and toffee-nut syrup.
Be a wizard in the kitchen with one of these Harry Potter-inspired recipes!
Three Cs Latte
This triple threat packs a punch of cinnamon, chocolate and caramel flavors! Order a Cinnamon Dolce Latte with mocha sauce and caramel syrup.
Starbucks’ Pink Drink is a summertime staple. Meet its equally Instagrammable purple counterpart. Mix Passion Iced Tea, soy milk, vanilla syrup and a scoop of blackberries. You can try coconut milk, too!
Take your passion for purple from coffee to cocktails! We have blackberry recipes for every meal of the day!
The Medicine Ball
A Medicine Ball a day keeps the doctor away! This drink, made with steamed lemonade, hot water, jade citrus mint green tea, peach tranquility tea and honey, is rumored to be a cold cure-all. This cult classic was so popular that Starbucks added it to the menu as honey citrus mint tea.
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This Starbucks secret menu item starts as a Coffee Frap with mocha sauce, hazelnut syrup and whipped cream added.
Can’t get enough of the chocolate + hazelnut flavor combination? Try these recipes to make with Nutella.
Dirty Chai Latte
Add an extra dose of caffeine to the Starbucks Chai Latte you know and love for an afternoon super boost. Try it hot or iced!
Request a Chai Latte plus a shot of espresso.
Cotton Candy Frappuccino
A caffeine-free candy-colored treat for kids and adults alike! This drink is a Vanilla Bean Frappuccino blended with raspberry syrup.
Cotton candy have you feeling nostalgic? Treat yourself to a favorite childhood dessert.