Sure, you can walk into Starbucks and order something off of the menu like everyone else. Or you could get in the know and order something off the secret menu! We have all heard of secret drinks to order that will tantalize our taste buds, but we have gone ahead and taken the guess work out for you and broken down our top list of Starbucks Secret Menu drinks that you must try the next time you visit.

Fuzzy Peach Tea

This Fuzzy Peach recipe is light and refreshing, a perfect treat for a hot summer’s day! Did you know that Starbucks carries peach syrup? Neither did we! Which is exactly why this drink topped our list for a must-try.

Here’s the recipe for the Fuzzy Peach Tea:

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

Lemon Bar

Rich and refreshing, what more could you ask for! One of our favorite additions to the Secret Menu, this drink mixes creamy vanilla with tart lemon for an deliciously refreshing combination.

Here’s the recipe for Lemon Bar:

  1. Start with a Vanilla Crème base and blend with lemonade.
  2. Top with whipped cream and caramel crunch

Christmas in a Cup Latte

Don’t worry if you’re still craving those Christmas desserts after the holiday season, you can order this one all year round!

Here’s the recipe for Christmas in a Cup:

  1. Start with a Cinnamon Dolce Latte
  2. Add white mocha syrup
  3. Add peppermint syrup
  4. Top with Whipped Cream and caramel crunch

Chai Cookie Latte

Fall is just around the corner, so warming up with a tasty latte is always a nice treat! This Chai Cookie Latte incorporates aromatic Chai, java chip crunch and sweet hazelnut for a cookie tasting delight.

Here’s the recipe for Chai Cookie Latte:

  1. Start with a Chai Tea Latte and ask for extra Chai
  2. Add 1 pump Hazelnut Syrup
  3. Top with caramel and Cinnamon Dolce sprinkles

Cookie Dough Frappuccino

Okay, time to be honest- who hasn’t snuck in a bite of cookie dough when you’re preparing a fresh batch of cookies?! Well we found the perfect drink for you! Sweetness, cinnamon, and yes, even java chips. Be warned that this is definitely a dessert beverage!

Here’s the recipe for Cookie Dough Frappuccino:

  1. Cinnamon Dolce Creme Frappuccino
  2. Add mocha syrup
  3. Java chips blended in
  4. Top with cookie crumble and whip crème

Coconut Lime Refresher

Coconut and lime apparently make quite the pair. So the next time you’re in the mood for a cool lime refresher, add some tropical flair to it and make it a Coconut Lime Refresher!

Here’s the recipe for Coconut Lime Refresher:

  1. Cool lime refresher
  2. Made with coconut milk instead of water
  3. Optional: Blend for a slushy treat

Red Velvet Cake

This one is a pretty clear ringer for tasting like a red velvet cake batter Frappuccino. A great choice if you’re in the mood for a sweet treat:

Here’s the recipe for:

  1. Start with a Mocha Frappuccino
  2. Add raspberry Syrup
  3. Add Vanilla Syrup
  4. Blend in Java Chips and top with Whipped cream

Cinnamon Roll

We aren’t sure it tops a freshly baked cinnamon bun, but it certainly comes close! This is a great option to get ready for Fall but still help you cool down during the remaining weeks of Summer. This blend gets a +1 bonus because you’ll still get a nice jolt of caffeine since its coffee based.

Here’s the recipe for Cinnamon Roll:

  1. Start with a Cinnamon Dolce Frappuccino
  2. Add White Mocha Syrup
  3. Top with whipped cream and sprinkle with cinnamon dolce topping.

Cotton Candy

One of the most popular secret menu offerings, this is a fun treat that kids can enjoy too since there is no caffeine inside. A must try if you want to venture away from ordering the ‘Daily Brew’.

Here’s the recipe for Cotton Candy:

  1. Start with a Vanilla Bean Frappuccino
  2. Add Raspberry syrup.
  3. Top with whipped cream

Caramel Cocoa Cluster

This drink is the certainly a winner in our book! You can never go wrong with Caramel, Chocolate, and Coffee. That’s like a trifecta of deliciousness.

Here’s the recipe for Caramel Cocoa Cluster:

  1. Blend a Coffee Frappuccino with Toffee Nut syrup.
  2. Add a layer (or two) of caramel on top
  3. Top with whipped cream and mocha syrup


This is basically the Birthday Cake Frappuccino Starbucks had for a limited time, only without the raspberry whipped cream. It ends up tasting a bit like Funfetti cake batter which is always a min in our book!

Here’s the recipe for Cupcake Frappuccino:

  1. Start with a Vanilla Bean Frappuccino
  2. Add Hazelnut Syrup
  3. Top with whipped cream

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