A full list of Starbucks secret menu items. What's on the Starbucks hidden menu? All off-menu Starbucks drinks and Frappuccino orders are listed here so you can make the morning wait just a little bit longer for everybody. Does Starbucks have a secret menu? Sort of. Some of the drinks on the Starbucks hidden menu list are a combination of other drinks, while other secret Starbucks drinks pay homage to original creations in Italy or Paris.
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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.
After the debut of The Child, whom fans are referring to as "Baby Yoda," on The Mandalorian, Starbucks aficionados can now order a Matcha Green Tea Frappuccino with a caramel drizzle, whipped cream, caramel, and caramel ribbon crunch crunchies, meant to represent the young Jedi.
The S'mores Frappuccino recreates the delicious fireside treat by adding Cinnamon Dolce Syrup and Toffee Nut Syrup to a Java Chip Frappuccino.
Add vanilla and hazelnut syrup to a Vanilla Bean Frap to give it that certain je ne sais quoi.
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.
After the Unicorn Frappuccino proved to be a huge success in 2017, Starbucks came out with the Crystal Ball Frappuccino roughly a year later. The drink has a perfectly Instagram-able light turquoise color and a mild peach flavor.
Not to be outshined by the Unicorn Frappuccino, the Mermaid Frappuccino is a colorful creation dreamed up by baristas in Bay City, MI. This drink has a vanilla bean base belnded with freeze-dried blackberries with a drizzle of toasted coconut matcha sauce.
For Halloween 2017, Starbucks locations in the UK reportedly began serving "vampire Frappuccinos." The chocolate blended drinks featured a vivid drizzle of strawberry "blood."
Want to try a treat from the Harry Potter universe? Ask for a whole milk steamer with caramel, toffee nut, and cinnamon dolce syrups. It'll taste just like butterbeer.
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.
The Christmas Tree Frappuccino arrived in select Starbucks locations for December 2017. The peppermint mocha drink features green matcha whipped cream piled high like a tree, complete with decorations made from caramel sauce, dried cranberries, and sliced strawberries.
Add peppermint syrup and toffee nut syrup to a Vanilla Bean Frappuccino to create a delicious yuletide treat all year round. Top off with caramel drizzle and raw sugar for an extra sweet taste.
Lovers of all things zombie related rejoice: Starbucks reportedly unveiled a zombie Frappuccino for Halloween 2017. The green and pink drink blends flavors of caramel apple and creme, and comes with pink whipped cream to imitate brains.
Starbucks Japan created the bright Christmas Raspberry Mocha Frappuccino for the 2017 holidays. Its chocolate base is blended with raspberry jelly, and it arrives topped with festive chocolate whipped cream and red raspberry powder.