A Top Secret Starbucks Menu That A Lot of You Didn’t Know About

By Swetha Rajagopal

For all you caffeine fanatics, there’s a whole another world out there filled with all kinds of magic you’d never even imagine. These secret recipes are a bit more expensive than any normal Starbucks drink but are worth indulging in.

***Note: If you ever want to get one of these drinks, don’t just state the drink’s name; state the drink’s ingredients!!!

Butterbeer Frappuccino

Since we can’t exactly visit Hogsmeade, this is the next best thing!

Here’s the recipe for a grande:

  • Ask for a Creme Frappuccino base. Don’t skimp on the fat by asking for skim or 2% milk, as whole milk is required for the right consistency
  • Add 3 pumps of caramel syrup
  • Add 3 pumps of toffee nut syrup
  • Top with caramel drizzle

White Chocolate Cinnamon Chai Latte

Here’s the recipe:

  • Start with a Chai Latte (whole milk, no water is best)
  • Add Cinnamon Dolce Syrup (1 pump tall, 2 Grande, 3 Venti)
  • Add White Mocha Syrup (1 pump tall, 2 Grande, 3 Venti)
  • Top with Whipped Cream & drizzle Cinnamon Dolce (optional) or sprinkle with cinnamon powder

S’mores Hot Chocolate

This recipe will leave you wanting s’more 🙂

Here’s the recipe:

  • Hot Chocolate
  • Add chestnut praline syrup (3 pumps tall, 4 grande, 5 venti)
  • Top with whipped cream and mocha drizzle

Fruit Punch Refresher

Here’s the recipe:

  • Start with a Valencia Orange Refresher (including orange slices), with a tad more water than orange
  • Add Raspberry Syrup (1 pump for a tall, 2 pumps for a grande, 3 pumps for a venti)
  • Add Peach Syrup (1 pump for a tall, 1.5 for a grande, 2 for a venti)
  • Shake and enjoy

Pink Starburst Frappuccino

Your mouth will burst with joy after drinking this!

Here’s the recipe:

  • Lemonade to the bottom line
  • Add creme base (2 pumps tall, 3 pumps grande, 4 pumps venti)
  • Add Raspberry Syrup (1/2 pump tall, 1 pump grande, 1.5 pumps venti)
  • Add Vanilla Syrup (3 pumps tall, 3.5 pumps grande, 4 pumps venti)
  • Add ice and blend with whipped cream
  • Top with additional whip and enjoy!

Turtle Macchiato

Here’s the recipe:

  • Mocha syrup (2 pumps tall, 3 grande, 4 venti)
  • Caramel syrup (2 pumps tall, 3 grande, 4 venti)
  • Add choice of milk
  • Add espresso shots
  • Criss-cross over the foam or whip with mocha and caramel syrup

 

Fuzzy Peach Tea

Here’s the recipe:

  • Passion Iced Tea made with half water and half orange mango purée w/light ice
  • Peach syrup instead of the classic syrup

Raspberry Cheescake Latte

If you want some quality dessert in your mouth, drink this.

Here’s the recipe:

  • Starbucks latte flavored with:
  • Flan syrup (3 pumps tall, 4 grande, 5 venti)
  • Cinnamon Dolce syrup (1.5 pumps tall, 2 grande, 3 venti)
  • Raspberry syrup (1.5 pumps, 2 grande and venti)
  • Caramel whip on top, flan drizzle optional

Butterscotch Latte

Here’s the recipe:

  • Caramel and toffee nut syrup

tall = 3 pumps of caramel and 3 pumps of toffee nut
grande = 4 pumps of caramel and 4 pumps of toffee nut
venti = 5 pumps of caramel and 5 pumps of toffee nut

  • Topped with whipped cream, caramel drizzle and caramel brulee bites

Tiramisu Frappuccino

Here’s the recipe (for a venti):

  • Start with a Coffee Frappuccino
  • Add ½ pump hazelnut syrup
  • Add ½ pump toffeenut syrup
  • Add 1 pump caramel flan syrup (or 1 caramel, 1 vanilla)
  • Add 1 pump mocha syrup
  • Add 1 espresso shot affogato
  • Top with caramel whipped cream, caramel flan sauce, and mocha drizzle

If you want to look at more secret Starbucks drinks, go to http://starbuckssecretmenu.net/

Now, why are y’all still sitting here reading this? Go to Starbucks and order something from the secret menu already!

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