This secret menu item - and now a limited edition item option in select stores - is full of color and flavor. It's a mixture of pink powder blended into a cream frappuccino with mango syrup and a sour blue drizzle. While this drink is officially on the menu, it started off as a Starbucks barista original.
Poke Ball Frappuccino
Everyone loves Pokemon Go - including Starbucks. This secret menu item mixes a vanilla frappuccino with a strawberries, and creme frappuccino with strawberry whipped topping. It's made to look like a Poke Ball.
Cotton Candy Frappuccino
Give a couple pumps of raspberry syrup to a Vanilla Bean Frap and you'll have a liquified version of everyone's favorite carnival treat.
Cookies & Cream Frappuccino
The Cookies & Cream Frappuccino has been known to pop up from time to time on the Starbucks menu; but when it's not explicitly available on the menu you can order one by ordering a Double Chocolate Chip Frappuccino but with white mocha sauce in lieu of the regular mocha sauce.
The S'mores Frappuccino recreates the delicious fireside treat by adding Cinnamon Dolce Syrup and Toffee Nut Syrup to a Java Chip Frappuccino.
10 people just voted on Twix Frappuccino
Simulate the taste of a Twix candy bar by adding caramel syrup, hazelnut syrup, java chips, caramel drizzle and mocha drizzle to a Caramel Frappuccino.
Zebra Mocha, or Penguin Mocha, is a combination of white-chocolate and chocolate mocha.
French Vanilla Frappuccino
Add vanilla and hazelnut syrup to a Vanilla Bean Frap to give it that certain je ne sais quoi,