35 Secret Starbucks Drinks You Didn’t Know You Could Order

Most people don’t know this, but Starbucks has a secret menu created by dedicated baristas and enthusiastic customers. It’s not listed anywhere, and most of the drinks are region specific. But if you know the recipe–you can ask for them anywhere!

Ever notice custom frappuccino suggestions scrawled on blackboards in the store, with a barista’s name as the creator? That’s where these come from! Some of these have become popular and wide-spread, but you should know the recipe as asking for a drink by name will NOT be familiar to almost all baristas.

Please be respectful to your Baristas; none of these items are on the actual menu, and are instead creations/customizations by enthusiastic customers and baristas from throughout the world. If you’d like a drink you see here, don’t ask for it by name; ask for it by the recipe! And please be mindful of seasonal ingredients in some of the drinks when that is noted.

1. Caramel Apple Frappuccino
caramelapple

This one can taste like caramel dipped apples, or even like a slice of cinnamon-scented apple pie topped with caramel. Delicious! For a more pronounced caramel flavor, try ordering (if the caramel ribbon crunch frappuccino’s dark caramel is available):

Apple juice to the first line
Whole milk to the second line
Cream base (4 pumps for venti, 3 pumps grande, 2 pumps tall)
Dark caramel (3 pumps for venti, 2 pumps grande, and 1 pump for a tall)
Cinnamon dolce syrup (3 pumps for venti, 2 pumps grande, and 1 pump for a tall)
Caramel ribbon crunch pieces
Caramel drizzle
Get it with whipped cream and cinnamon dolce topping
If that seems like too much caramel for you, try asking for:

Cream base to the first line
Apple juice to the second line
Caramel syrup (2 pumps for venti, 1.5 pumps grande, and 1 pump tall)
Cinnamon dolce syrup (2 pumps for venti, 1.5 pumps grande, and 1 pump tall)

2. Orange Creamsicle Frappuccino
orangecreamsicle

Orange and vanilla go so well together. What’s not to like? When summertime refreshers are available, try ordering a Valencia orange refresher blended with the vanilla bean frappuccino base. Whipped cream on top goes well here. Very simple to order, but only available seasonally.

For other times of the year, try asking for:

Orange mango juice to the first line
Milk (soy, dairy, whatever you prefer) to the second line
Cream base (4 pumps for a venti, 3 pumps grande, and 2 pumps for a tall)
Classic syrup (4 pumps for a venti, 3 pumps grande, and 2 pumps for a tall)
Scoop of ice, then blended together
Get it with whipped cream on top

3. Nutella Frappuccino
nutella

For the numerous Nutella lovers out there, order:

Coffee frappuccino
Hazelnut syrup (1.5 pumps for venti, 1 pump for a grande, half a pump for tall)
Mocha syrup (3 pumps for venti, 2 pumps for a grande, 1 for tall)
Whipped cream blended in
Top it with whipped cream and/or caramel if you so desire.

4. Spiced Apple Chai
applechai

This one is delicious and simple to order. You can have it either hot or iced. It tastes like a spiced apple cider, and it’s very refreshing when iced. I’ve actually been able to just ask for an iced/hot apple chai at most places and the baristas know what to do, but I’ve run into a few locations where they’re a little confused.

If the barista is unfamiliar, just tell them it’s a chai infusion in apple juice after asking for it hot or iced. That’s how most ring it up on the register, too–although I’ve also seen some do a chai latte minus milk and with apple juice, which will be a bit more expensive. It varies depending on location. Try it with caramel drizzle and whipped cream on top if you’re getting it hot.

5. Mint Chocolate Chip Frapuccino
mintchocolatechip

You can try this flavor a number of ways. Our favorite is a mocha frappuccino with peppermint syrup (number of pumps according to your taste) and java chips blended in! You could also try:

A green tea frappuccino
Peppermint syrup (1-4 pumps, adjust for taste and size)
And java chips (1-4 scoops)
Alternatively:

A green tea frappuccino
Java chips
Mocha syrup (3 pumps for a venti, 2 for grande, and 2 for tall)
Peppermint syrup (2 pumps for a venti, 1 pump for grande and tall)
If the green tea is too strong, just ask for less green tea powder in the future. Find out which combination is your favorite!

6. Peach Ring Tea
peachring

Remember those sugary circular peach ring candies? This reminds us of those. Make sure it’s summertime and refreshers are available.
Ask for:

Half Valencia orange refresher and half passion tea
No water
Peach syrup (6 pumps for trenta, 5 for venti, 3 for grande, and 2 for tall)

7. Caramel Snickerdoodle Macchiato
caramelsnickerdoodle

This one is reminiscent of a caramel covered snickerdoodle cookie. Ask for an iced soy caramel macchiato, upside down (this makes it so the flavors blend together better) with vanilla syrup (2 pumps for venti, 1.5 for grande, and 1 for tall) and cinnamon dolce syrup (2 pumps venti, 1.5 grande, and just one for tall).

8. Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Frappuccino
cookiedoughfrapp

This dessert drink is as close to cookie dough as you can get with Starbucks. It’s a bit complicated.
Here’s what you order:

Chai creme frappuccino
Get it with with soy milk
Whipped cream blended in
Java chips blended in
Cinnamon dolce syrup (3 pumps for venti, 2.5 grande, and 2 for a tall)
Chocolate whipped cream on top
Mocha drizzle

9. Ferrero Rocher Frappuccino
ferrerorocher

I can’t get enough of those hazelnut chocolate sweets, and now I can have them in drink-form!

Double chocolate chip frappuccino (or java chip if you want the caffeine)
Hazelnut syrup (2 pumps venti, 1.5 pumps grande, 1 pump tall)
Mocha syrup (3 pumps venti, 2.5 pumps grande, 2 pumps tall)
Hazelnut drizzle on top
If you happen to carry around any of the candies, you can drop them in when you get your order! The whipped cream on top is your choice.

10. Caramel Popcorn Frappuccino
caramelpopcorn

This sweet drink is buttery and tastes like cracker jacks! It’s very simple, too; especially if it’s when they’re serving salted caramel drinks. Just order a toffee nut frappuccino with caramel drizzle & whipped cream on top, and top with sea salt (somewhere between one and two packs depending on taste and size).

11. Nutter Butter Frappuccino
nutterbutter

You know, the cookies shaped like peanuts with a peanut butter filling? This tastes oddly similar. Order:

Hazelnut frappucino
Blend in a whole banana
Cinnamon dolce syrup (3 pumps for a venti, 2 pumps grande, 1 for a tall)
Toffee nut syrup (3 pumps for a venti, 2 pumps for grande, and 1 for tall)
With or without whipped cream on top–this nutty drink is tasty.

12.Peach Cobbler Frappuccino
peachcobbler

The icier version of a hot slice of peach cobbler. This drink is all about the mix of vanilla, cinnamon, and peach flavors. Mm-mm. Order:

A vanilla bean frappuccino
Cinnamon dolce syrup (2 pumps for venti, 1.5 pumps grande, and 1 pump for tall)
With peach syrup (4 pumps for venti, 3 for a grande, and 2 pumps for a tall)
Whipped cream blended in
Cinnamon dolce drizzle on top
Get it with whipped cream on top
Add a pump of classic syrup if it’s not sweet enough for you.

13. Blackberry Cobbler Frappuccino
blackberrycobbler

This fruity drink is pretty and it tastes great! This is one of the combinations that is thanks to Starbucks introducing their fruity summertime refreshers. Order:

A vanilla bean frappuccino
White mocha syrup (2 pumps for a venti, 1.5 for grande, and 1 pump for a tall)
And a scoop of freeze-dried blackberries blended in
Top with whipped cream if you’d like!

14. Cadbury Creme Egg Frappuccino
cadburyegg

Ugh, the cloyingly sweet fondant of Cadbury Creme Eggs is my arch-nemesis. And now I can gorge myself on this drink year-round! Here’s what to order:

Java chip frappuccino
2 shots of espresso for venti and grande, 1 shot for tall
Vanilla bean powder (4 scoops for a venti, 3 scoops grande, and 2 scoops for tall)
Caramel syrup (1 pump for a venti-sized drink, and .5 pumps for grande and tall)
Vanilla syrup (2 pumps for venti, 1.5 pumps grande, and 1 pump for a tall)
Whipped cream on top is optional, but recommended. Likewise for the caramel drizzle on top.

15. Rainbow Sherbet Frappuccino
rainbowsherbet

I love rainbow sherbet in the summer. This one is for those with a sweet tooth. It’s only available while Starbucks is doing their refreshers. For a grande, order:

A strawberries and cream frappuccino made with orange refresher instead of strawberry purée
3 pumps of cream base
A scoop of vanilla bean powder
A pump of raspberry syrup
A pump of peach syrup
Add ice and blend it all up
Again, this is one of the drinks on our list that is only available seasonally.

16. Black Forest Frappuccino
blackforest

Berries and chocolate is such a tasty flavor pairing. And now you can have it in drink form! If mocha cookie crumble frappuccinos are available, order one of those and add raspberry syrup (2.5 pumps for venti, 2 pumps grande, and 1.5 pumps for a tall) rather than the vanilla syrup it normally has.

17. Banana Chocolate Chip Frappuccino
bananachocolatechip

A thick & delicious dessert beverage. Try getting it with whipped cream on top! Order:

A vanilla bean frappuccino
With java chips (3 scoops for a venti, 2 scoops grande, and 1 for tall)
And a whole banana blended in

18. Caramel Macchiato Frappuccino
caramelmacc

Now you can have your favorite two-layer drink in frappuccino form (albeit without the two distinct layers). Try:

A vanilla bean frappuccino
With 2 shots of espresso
Extra caramel drizzle on top, whipped cream optional

19. Key Lime Pie Frappuccino
keylimepie

Perfect for a tart treat in the summertime, this one will only be available when their refreshers are on the menu. It’s a long one; here it is:

Cool lime juice to the bottom line
Whole milk to the second line
Cinnamon dolce syrup (1.5 pumps for venti, 1 pump grande, and .5 for tall)
Vanilla syrup(3 pumps for a venti, 2 pumps for a grande, and 1 for tall)
White mocha (3 pumps for a venti, 2 pumps for a grande, and 1 for tall)
Whipped cream blended in
Add toasted coconut flakes if those are available on top, along with whipped cream to top it off!

20. S’mores Frappuccino
smores

This popular campfire snack is now in beverage form! Try ordering:

A java chip frappuccino (double chocolate chip works if you’d rather not have the caffeine)
Toffee nut syrup (1.5 pumps for venti, 1 pump grande, .5 pumps for a tall)
Cinnamon dolce syrup (1.5 pumps for venti, 1 pump grande, .5 pumps for a tall)
Whipped cream blended in
Whipped cream and cinnamon dolce sprinkles on top

21. Red Velvet Frappuccino
redvelvet

This one is simple and delicious. Order a half white chocolate mocha, half regular mocha frappuccino with 2 pumps of raspberry syrup (or 3 for a venti) and top with whipped cream!

22. Neapolitan Frapuccino
Neapolitan

Triple the flavor in this creamy treat. Order:

A strawberries and cream frappuccino
Mocha syrup (3 pumps venti, 2 grande, and 1 pump for tall)
Vanilla bean powder (1.5 scoops for venti, and 1 scoop for grande and tall)
Get it with chocolate drizzle and chocolate whipped cream (if available) on top

23. Oreo Frapuccino
oreo

This is super simple to order. Just ask for a double chocolate chip frappiccuno with white chocolate mocha in the place of the regular mocha syrup.

24. Zebra Frappuccino
zebra

Do you like white chocolate and regular chocolate? For the best of both worlds, try asking for:

A mocha frappuccino
Made with half white chocolate mocha and half regular mocha
Add java chips
You can also try this combination (with or without the chips) in non-frappuccino iced drinks, or even hot drinks!

25. Butterbeer Frappuccino
butterbeer

As if it came from Hogsmeade, try ordering:

Creme frappuccino base with whole milk
Toffee nut syrup (4 pumps for a venti, 3 pumps for grande, and 2 pumps tall)
Caramel syrup (4 pumps for a venti, 3 pumps for grande, and 2 pumps tall)
Add caramel drizzle
Get it with whipped cream if you’d like.

26. Cake Batter Frappuccino
cakebatter

This one might sound weird, but it works and is very simple to order. It’s just a vanilla bean frappuccino with almond flavoring added. Alternatively, vanilla bean powder added to a vanilla frappuccino with added almond flavoring. Unfortunately, the almond flavoring isn’t always available anymore.

27. Cinnamon Roll Frapuccino
cinnamonroll

The frozen, drinkable version of a cinnamon bun:

Vanilla bean frappuccino
Cinnamon dolce syrup (3 pumps venti, 2 pumps grande, 1 pump tall)
White chocolate mocha syrup (3 pumps venti, 2 pumps grande, 1 pump tall)
Cinnamon dolce powder sprinkled on top
Or if you want something easier to order, ask for a vanilla bean frappuccino with cinnamon dolce syrup added.

28. Banana Split
bananasplit

The frappuccino version of a favorite sundae, order:

A strawberries and creme frappuccino
A whole banana blended in
Vanilla bean powder
Java chips blended in
Get it topped with whipped cream and mocha drizzle
You can even add caramel drizzle on top of all of that for an even tastier dessert.

29. Creamy Dark Caramel Espresso Frappuccino
bomb

This one is deliciously rich and thick. It’s different than the preparation of most other frappuccinos, so be very clear in your requests. For a grande:

Get heavy whipping cream (different from whipped cream) blended with just ice and cream base
Add 3 pumps of dark caramel sauce to the bottom of the cup, then pour the blended mix into the cup
Add a shot of espresso
With whipped cream and cookie crumbles on top (when available)

30. French Vanilla
frenchvanilla

Sweet and creamy. For a grande, ask for:

A vanilla bean frappuccino
2 pumps of toffee nut syrup
2 pumps of vanilla syrup
Extra caramel drizzle blended in
Top with whipped cream
You can also order any drink with a french vanilla flavor just by ordering something with half vanilla and half toffee nut. Go wild!

31. Turtle Frappuccino
turtle

Tastes just like the holiday chocolate turtle candies, and is a nice substitute if you’re missing Caribou Coffee’s frozen turtle mocha drink. Here’s what you order:

A java chip frappuccino
Toffee nut syrup (3 pumps venti, 2 pumps grande, and 1 pump tall)
Whipped cream on top
Caramel and mocha drizzles on top

32. Twix Frappuccino
twix

Inspired by the chocolate coated caramel cookie candy bar, this is another drink with a few variations. Try:

Caramel frappuccino
Java chips
Hazelnut syrup (2 pumps venti, 1.5 pumps grande, 1 pump tall)
Whipped cream blended in
Coat the cup with caramel sauce
And add mocha drizzle on top
Alternatively:

Caramel frappuccino
Chocolate syrup (adjust amount of pumps with drink size and taste)
Whipped cream on top
Topped with caramel and mocha drizzles
Sprinkled with crunchy caramel pieces (either from their holiday-time brûlée drinks or the summertime caramel ribbon crunch)
Or you could even ask for (grande size):

Java chip frappuccino
Add a pump of caramel syrup
Blend in half of a chocolate caramel pretzel (from their pastry selection if available, and not all locations will blend in whole food items like this)
Whipped cream and caramel drizzle on top
Add in the rest of your pretzel to stir with

33. Horchata Frappuccino
horchata

If you’ve never had this spicy traditional Latin American/Spanish drink made with rice milk (or tigernuts in Spain), then you’re missing out!
For the frappuccino version, try:

Chai creme frappuccino
Cinnamon dolce syrup (3 pumps venti, 2 pumps grande, 1 pump tall)
Vanilla syrup (1.5 pumps for venti, 1 pump grande, half a pump for tall)
Chai (4 pumps venti, 3 pumps grande, 2 pumps tall)
Sprinkle cinnamon on top
Or for a simpler version, order a chai tea frappuccino with cinnamon syrup added, and garnish with cinnamon powder on top.

34. Caramel Nut Crunch Frappuccino
caramelnutcrunch

This one is crunchy, nutty, and packed with caramel flavor, but not as strong of a caramel punch as the caramel ribbon crunch frappuccino. It’s just about as sweet, though.
Order:

A vanilla bean frappuccino
Toffee nut syrup (3 pumps venti, 2 pumps grande, 1 pump tall)
Caramel syrup (3 pumps venti, 2 pumps grande, 1 pump tall)
Add in the caramel ribbon crunch pieces to the bottom of the cup before pouring in the blended mix
Add whipped cream and caramel drizzle on top
With more caramel crunch pieces on top
Enjoy!

35. Snickers Frappuccino
snickers

Just like the candy bar. Ask for:

A java chip frappuccino
Toffee nut syrup (3 pumps venti, 2 pumps grande, and 1 pump tall)
Whipped cream on top
Caramel drizzle lining the cup and on top
Add mocha drizzle on top for even more chocolate flavor (optional)
One drink that sadly lacks a frappuccino version at present, is Thai iced tea. We wrote up a simple step-by-step guide to making a Thai tea concentrate at home which you can then use to flavor your own at-home frappuccinos in a blender!

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177 comments on “35 Secret Starbucks Drinks You Didn’t Know You Could Order
  1. Bob says:

    Diabeetus.

  2. Jonesing for One says:

    These all look good but will give me a case of the warm softies.

  3. Shawn Bateman Poland says:

    No starbucks ever carries peach syrup anymore so most of these should be taken down.

  4. hunter says:

    jesuschrist. go to Ben&Jerry’s if these r things u want to order.

  5. monica says:

    I love Starbucks and the atmosphere, but I’m a reader so i would like to have some information about where it stated and where it started and where it’s coming from

  6. Mel says:

    Tried the Nutella and the Oreo…..not so good!!!!

  7. Lyric says:

    They don’t have peach syrup now because it’s only for they’re seasonal summer drinks hints why it say in the summer … So it doesn’t need to be taken down just read

  8. sheila says:

    If I ordered these drinks, I would gain weight, and become diabetic…. OMG!

  9. KK says:

    This should be called, “How to Get Punched in the Head by the People in Line Behind you at Starbucks.”

  10. Part time barista, full time coffee lover says:

    **climbs up on soapbox with mega phone in hand**

    I am a barista and supervisor at one of the many local Starbucks. We are the busiest store in the area and average 90 second ticket times, 90% of the time. The other 10% of the time, we are crafting speciality drinks and remaking misordered ones. We are taught to treat each customer as a guest and give them a special experience each and every time they come to visit. We all try very hard to meet all expectations of every customer that walks through the door. From day one of training, we are taught 5 basic ideas of excellent customer service:

    1. Be welcoming
    2. Be genuine
    3. Be knowledgeable
    4. Be considerate
    5. Be involved

    **Please note** Not one of those 5 basic, Green Apron Behaviors says to memorize every internet list of “secret drinks” out there. This is the 5th or 6th list I have seen in my 8 months with the company, and not one of them were distributed by Starbucks. These are personal creations, whether by a former barista or customer, that, in their conception, probably took a lot of trial and error to make perfectly. A newly trained barista may look at you with shock and horror when you ask for one of these and do not have the recipie. A seasoned barista may do the same, but I promise you, if you give us just a little idea of what you want your drink, we will do our best to make it yummy.

    We are not magicians or mind readers, and no, we do not have ANY of these concoctions on our list of STANDARD STARBUCKS DRINKS that we are trained to create on the daily basis. We are very happy to customize drinks, and in fact, promote the customization of drinks to better meet each customers desires. My favorite regulars get tons of extra love in each cup (iced grande caramel macchiato, 6 equals stirred in, extra caramel drizzle, add whipped cream, or trenta iced coffee, 9 pumps classic, 9 pumps hazelnut, extra, extra cream, light ice, and solo venti java chip frappuccino, double blended, with 5 pumps mocha, 5 pumps vanilla, extra extra chips, no whipped cream, extra cookie crumbles).

    The difference between the complicated drinks I just rattled off from memory and the “secret” list…these customers tell us what they want in them. There is no name, no list, no secret menu they are ordering off of….they know what they want, how they want it, and order it accordingly. It is extremely difficult to create a drink from a list I’ve never seen, with ingredients we don’t have year round, and a customer who has no idea what is in drink they are trying to order, whether it’s inspired by Harry Potter or candy bars. Bring us the recipie, I promise we’ll follow it to a T and then remake you something else once you realize it’s not all it’s cracked up to be. If you do not have the recipie, explain what flavored you like and I’ll make ya something to suit your taste. Simple as that.

    As far as the money arguments going on here….Yes, speciality drinks are expensive. Typically, there is an up charge of 50 cents for each added syrup, component, or additional espresso added to all drinks. So, if you order a Butter Beer Latte, the recipie I’ve been handed and created, called for a grande in a venti cup, 2 shots espresso, steamed whole milk, 4 pumps caramel, 4 pumps hazelnut, 4 pumps cinnamon dolce, extra caramel drizzle, and extra whipped cream…that’s 12 pumps of syrup and drizzle and whip that don’t come in a grande whole milk latte which equals about $3.00 extra for added ingredients. Your normal latte would be about $4.00, plus that $3.00 for extra stuff, $7.00 for all theses drinks is a good average. It’s not our fault. Nor Starbucks fault…you can’t add toppings to a pizza without adding charges, and you still tip the driver.

    On to my last topic, if you enjoy your experience and love your drink, leave us a tip. If not, don’t. It is, indeed, that simple. No, we don’t make what most would consider a great wage, but most of us do it because we love coffee and the environment Starbucks offers. Tips are welcome, not expected.

    I think everyone in this thread could use some decaf….you’re awfully tense and high strung. I got a whole latte love for my fellow baristas and good customers that make my shifts excellent. It’s all about attitude, kids…and The Golden Rule. :)

    -AM

  11. Lauren says:

    I thoughts these were supposed the be “drinks”, these a milkshakes. Really really fatty ones, where’s the “dirty hippie” (aka soy chai latte with a shot of espresso). That’s what I was hoping for.

  12. Rachel Perkins says:

    To Part time barista, full time coffee lover-I could not have said it better myself! I don’t work at Starbucks, but I would love to, and I absolutely LOVE going in to the stores…The smells, the customer service…and OH MY GOD! the coffee! It absolutely infuriates me that people have very little respect for each other anymore, especially the ones that handle our (usually) custom foods and beverages. It is people like you that make Starbucks the company that it is, and why I am so loyal to the brand. Thank you!

  13. Ethan says:

    I promise you, as a starbucks barista, half of these drinks we aren’t allowed to make, the other half dont taste like what it says, and they are all too complicated. Also when ordering these please know the recipe don’t ask for it by the names.

  14. DillyAnn says:

    As a 4 year barista at Starbucks, I cannot stress how much these “secret menu” lists make my job a living hell. I don’t know how to make any of these by memory, and none of them are required to know.

    So, before you publish lists like this, share the “menu” on Pinterest, or Instagram your Butterbeer, think of a soccer mom screaming at you on a head set because you

    1. don’t know how to make a Snickers drink
    2. don’t have peach syrup anymore

    etc etc etc

    Things like this really REALLY make my job suck.

    Thanks.

  15. Tori says:

    I love these… #1 is my fave. I tried to tip – because they went out of their way to create this for me, and was told it was against policy to accept tips…I was sort of bummed by that. These are great when I can get them, but I don’t throw a fit when something is not available…. eesh.

  16. Chloe says:

    I’m a Starbucks barista, and I don’t mind making these “secret menu” high-calorie beverages for any customer that knows exactly what goes into it/the steps involved.

    That being said, we’ve experimented with apple juice/creme frappuccinos and they aren’t as good as people are expecting.

    And valencia orange/creme frappuccinos have the tendency to curdle. If paying $5+ for blended, slightly sour milk clumps is what you’re into, by all means, we’ll do it. And we’ll probably get a good chuckle out of it.

  17. Sam says:

    I’ve been a partner for 6 years and every time I see one of these lists I want to kill myself.

  18. Sandra says:

    Dark caramel,peach syrup, coconut flakes(some locations),mocha crumble, and chocolate whip cream are only available in Summer. And salt is only available in Fall. And as far as I know Starbucks has stopped carrying almond syrup.As a barista I cannot stop you from wasting your money but always come in with the recipes because we are not trained to create your imaginations.

  19. Abriana says:

    I’ve learned several of these recipies since I’ve started working at Starbucks in October. It definitely is just an option to remember them and there are hundreds I don’t know. its fun to make New drinks as long as the customer know what it takes to make it!

  20. K says:

    Some of you people seriously need to lighten up. These special menus were made by Starbucks regulars, in other words, people who frequent the place at least once a week. When you’re going that often you get to know the baristas and when it isn’t a busy day, you can order something special and explain how you want it then perfect it each time you’re there.

    Starbucks is big into customising drinks for their loyal customers who come there often and it’s fun to come up with new stuff. As long as people use their good judgement, tip their baristas well and don’t hold everyone up by ordering something outrageous, it’s all in good fun.

  21. Jaye says:

    Do these taste burned too?

  22. catherine says:

    Thanks for the recipe x)

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  24. Nope says:

    All of these are disgusting!

  25. I love Starbucks says:

    I like these drinks but the Starbucks baristas don’t know all these recipes but some of these aren’t up to date so I’m pretty sure a lot of people would appreciate it if the website updated it as far as ordering these drinks I always make sure I know the recipe and if something is not availiable I’m fine with it and I try and tip the baristas

  26. joeleen perez says:

    I LOVE ALL OF THESE CAN I HAVE ALL OF THEM?:)

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