Starbuck’s Secret Menu

Ok, so this site is dedicated to discounts and whatnot, but this is something I figured was cool enough to share with my visitors.  Most people have heard about the “secret menu” at places like In-N-Out (even though the menu is on the website), but did you know there is a secret menu that you order Starbucks drinks from?

Below is a list of some not so well known items available on the secret menu at Starbucks.

Starbucks Secret Menu

Secret Menu:

Biscotti Frapuccino

Buy a biscotti and ask the barista to blend it up with any flavor of frapuccino.  It blends into tiny cookie chunks that adds a delicious little crunch to your frozen coffee.

Captain Crunch

Strawberries and Creme frappe with a pump of caramel  two pumps of toffee, one pump of hazelnut, and two scoops of chocolate chips.

Neopolitan Frappucino

Ask for a strawberries and cream frappe with some vanilla bean powder and a pump of mocha.

Raspberry Cheesecake

Order a White Chocolate Mocha (iced, hot or as a frappe) and add a few pumps of raspberry.

For a Chocolate Turtle Flavor

Any drink that has mocha, caramel and a toffee nut.

For a French Vanilla Flavor

Any drink that has half toffee nut and half vanilla.

Blended Strawberry Lemonade

Basically a strawberry lemonade frappucino.

Oreo Frappucino

Ask for a double Chocolate Chip frappe with white mocha syrup instead of the regular mocha.

Tuxedo Mocha

Order a regular mocha with half white chocolate and half regular chocolate.  This is also known as the zebra mocha.

The Nutella

Order a Cafe Misto with a pump of chocolate, a pump of hazelnut with caramel drizzle.  For the sweet toothed people, you can also ask for caramel drizzle inside the cup.

Super Cream Frappucino

Ask the barista to blend some whipped cream into the drink so that the drink will be more smooth than icy.  This works especially well forthe Mocha frappucino.

Three C’s

Order a cinnamon Dolce latte with a pump of caramel and a pump of chocolate mocha syrup.

Chocolate Pumpkin

Order a pumpkin spice latte with chocolate syrup for a drink that tastes like pumpkin chocolate chip bread.  It also tastes great in Frappuccino form.

I have not tried any of these yet so I cannot promise anything is great or give recommendations.  But I can promise that I’ll be trying at least one of these in the next week.  Probably the Nutella!