If you’re looking for new Starbucks secret menu drinks that look great and taste amazing, you should definitely check out these different variations on old favorites and classic Starbucks drinks. These are for chocolate, coffee, and fruit lovers alike, with something for everyone to try. Find your new favorite today!
1. Birthday Cake Frappuccino
For vanilla lovers, this frappuccino is perfect. A vanilla bean frappuccino with added white mocha pumps and heavy cream instead of whole milk gives this frosty drink an extra birthday cake-like flavor. Use 2 white mocha pumps for a tall size, 3 for a grande size, and 4 for a venti-sized drink. This idea can also be endlessly changed up for different flavors, textures, and preferences as desired.
2. Sweet Caramel White Mocha Latte
This sweet drink consists of a regular iced white mocha latte but it is topped with vanilla sweet cream cold foam. It then gets an added layer of caramel drizzle. If you’re looking for added sweetness to your white mocha latte, try this secret menu idea. Make sure it’s iced so the cold foam doesn’t dissolve and maintains its texture and consistency for maximum flavor.
3. Sweet Berry Pink Drink
Beautiful pink color meets delicious fruit flavor in this refreshingly cool berry drink that features strawberry, raspberry, and blackberry flavors. It is a strawberry acai refresher but instead of using water to mix with the strawberry acai juice, use coconut milk. In addition to the freeze-dried strawberries, also add freeze-dried blackberries. Then add in 2 pumps of raspberry syrup. It adds 2 new berry flavors to what is already a Starbucks staple.
4. Frosty Frappuccino
Another vanilla bean-based frappuccino, this secret menu idea has added regular mocha and heavy cream instead of whole milk. If you’ve ever had a Wendy’s frosty, this frozen drink tastes strikingly similar. The next time you’re craving a unique Starbucks beverage, try this frappuccino for a chocolate ice cream drink that goes just as good with a burger and fries as the Wendy’s original.
5. London Fog Latte
Looking for a taste of London life at the nearest Starbucks to you? Try this hot latte with striking earl grey flavor. It consists of an earl grey tea combined with pumps of vanilla syrup which vary by the size of drink you desire. Use 3 pumps of vanilla syrup for tall drinks, 4 for grande, and 5 for venti. However, unlike a regular earl grey tea, this London Fog Latte will only get half the amount of water of a regular tea. Substitute the missing half of water with steamed 2% milk. Try this sweet and creamy twist on the classic British favorite to up your hot tea enjoyment.
6. Matcha Strawberry Drink
An interesting twist on a matcha green tea drink, try this cold strawberry variation today. It is a strawberry acai refresher, but leave out the freeze-dried strawberries, add 2 pumps of vanilla syrup, and then add scoops of matcha powder determined by drink size. Use 2 scoops of matcha powder for a tall drink, 3 for a grande, and 4 for a venti. The strawberry gives a surprising compliment to the matcha for a tart alternative to the regular iced matcha.
7. Snickerdoodle Frappuccino
This is the perfect frozen drink for those craving classic snickerdoodle cookie flavor in their cream-based frappuccino. Start by ordering a cream-based white mocha frappuccino. Add in cinnamon dolce syrup, dashes of cinnamon sugar topping, then a final topping of whipped cream and more cinnamon sugar topping for garnish. Use 3 dashes of cinnamon sugar topping for a tall, 4 for grande, and 5 for venti. This snickerdoodle variation adds extra sweetness and classic cinnamon flavor different than anything else Starbucks has to offer.
8. Chocolate Strawberry Mocha Latte
For a romantic, dessert latte that also works great as a frappuccino, try this mocha variation that tastes just like a chocolate-covered strawberry. This is an iced mocha latte with an unexpected strawberry puree base on the bottom, then topped with vanilla sweet cream cold foam that has more strawberry puree mixed into it. The result is a delightful pink-colored foam on the top of your latte.
9. Sunset Ombre Passion Tea
A nice refreshing drink to top off a summer day at sunset, this passion tea has classic syrup in the bottom of the cup, the pumps determined by drink size, is filled up to the middle line with regular lemonade, then filled the rest of the way up with ice, leaving about 2 inches of room at the top. Use 3 classic syrup pumps for tall, 4 for grande, and 5 for venti. Complete the drink with a final top of passion tea. The drink will create a beautiful color blend of yellow at the bottom and pink at the top, looking like that perfect summer sunset in a cup.
10. Cotton Candy Frappuccino
A beautiful magenta frappuccino, this sweet drink is reminiscent of carnival cotton candy with flakes of vanilla bean and the taste of dragon fruit. It is a vanilla bean frappuccino but with added raspberry syrup, 2 scoops of freeze-dried dragon fruit, and a final topping of whipped cream. Use 2 pumps of raspberry syrup for a tall drink, 3 for a grande, and 4 for a venti. The vanilla bean and raspberry give it that surprising, near-exact cotton candy flavor!
11. Caramel Matcha Latte
For anyone who loves that slightly bitter and vibrant matcha taste, try this caramel variation which gives it a perfect sweet compliment. Start by adding pumps of caramel syrup to the size cup of choice, and lining the inside of the cup with caramel drizzle. Use 2 caramel syrup pumps for a tall drink, 3 for grande, and 4 for venti. Next pour in a matcha latte, (iced or hot are both delicious options to try), and then top with whipped cream as desired. Caramel drizzle on the whipped cream gives it that final caramel flavor that looks great served.