The Pro Hacks to Ordering the Starbucks Secret Menu

May 23, 2018 Smart Cookies
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Have you ever walked into Starbucks and noticed the person ahead of you order a drink that neither appears on the menu nor have you ever heard of it? At some Starbucks locations, you can see the handwritten signs promoting off-menu drinks. These beverages come from the “Secret Menu”. Ordering drinks from this menu, recently became a huge social media sensation.

Although the recipes are readily available on the internet, the ‘Secret Menu’ brought in a sense of mystery and exclusivity. Not to mention, it also gave a plethora of options to the impassioned fanbase, making it a huge success.
Ordering from a secret menu comes with a sense of exclusivity – almost as though the consumer ordering the drink is a part of an underground club. Not to mention, having a profusion of options available for the customer always entices them.

So, here we have some of the most delicious secret recipes with proper order pro tip to give to your barista.

Cookies & Cream Frappuccino

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The Cookies & Cream Frappuccino has been known to get listed from time to time on the Starbucks menu. Although it’s not available on the menu, you can easily order it on your own. This Frappuccino is a perfect blend of chocolate chip and white mocha sauce, making it a true Starbucks milkshake.
Pro tip: Order a Double Chocolate Chip Frappuccino blended with white mocha sauce instead of the regular mocha sauce. Ask the barista to top it up with your choice of chocolate or regular whipped cream.

Thin Mint Frappuccino

To all the Girl Scout Cookie fans out there, you can ask for your own inspired drink by tweaking a minty and chocolaty Tazo Green Tea Crème Frappuccino. It’s just the right balance of sweetness, similar to the Thin Mint cookies. The thin mint sprinkled in it makes this frapp more interesting and flavorful in taste.
Pro Tip: Ask your barista to mix Tazo Green Tea Crème Frappuccino by adding peppermint syrup, mocha syrup, garnishing it later with java chips.

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Fruity Pebbles Frappuccino

This drink is almost like a smoothie. If you love Fruity Pebbles cereals, then this beverage will be your favorite too as it is a classic spin to your childhood favorite cereals. The super refreshing fruity flavor turns this Frappuccino into a much better frappe than the ordinary Strawberries and Crème Frappuccino.
Pro Tip: Order a Strawberries & Crème Frappuccino and add 1 pump of raspberry syrup, 2 pumps of vanilla syrup and a dash of orange-mango juice to create this fruity and refreshing drink that tastes just like Fred Flintstone’s favorite cereal in Stone Age.

Rainbow Sorbet Frappuccino

This Rainbow Sorbet Frappuccino is fruity, refreshing and tastes a lot like Rainbow Sherbet, an all-time favorite drink of many, in summers. This tasty beverage was composed by Drew M of the Colorado and Los Robles Starbucks in Pasadena by a tasty accident.
Pro Tip: Start with Strawberries and Crème Frappuccino made with orange refresher instead of strawberry purée. Then add 1 pump of Peach Syrup, 1 pump of Raspberry Syrup, 3 pumps of Crème Base, and 1 scoop of Vanilla Bean Powder. Top it up with ice and blend well.

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Polyjuice Potion Frappuccino

Who doesn’t want to taste all the concoctions mentioned in the Harry Potter books? So, here is the Polyjuice Potion Frappuccino. Don’t get intimidated by its bright green color, as this Harry Potter-inspired drink is pretty tasty and will make you ask for more. It won’t turn you into another person, though!
However, you should keep in mind that this frapp is incredibly calorie heavy and one should only order it once in a while.
Pro Tip: Start off with Cherry Blossom Frappuccino with the drizzle lining the cup made from the white mocha sauce and matcha powder. Ask the barista to add a shot of espresso and a pump of vanilla syrup.