Coffee fiends are in for a treat, like the legendary secret McDonalds’ menu, Starbucks has a hidden list of delicious drinks that they’ll make for you if you know about them.
It’s no surprise that there’s a special menu for dedicated caffeine consumers, there are currently 400 Starbucks across the UK each with their own syrups, blends and creative staff so unique drinks were bound to happen.
From magical Harry Potter themed drinks to sugary chocolate bar inspired coffees the sky’s the limit when it comes to delicious Starbucks’ beverages, The Mirror reports.
No need to go to the Right Twix, Left Twix factory to get some yummy bisuity caramel action, all you have to do is ask for extra caramel syrup, a dash of hazelnut syrup finished off with a caramel and mocha drizzle.
The Purple Drink
The imaginatively named Purple Drink is exactly what it says on the tin a purple drink. To order the beverage equivalent of Barney the Dinosaur ask for a passion fruit hibiscus tea with soy milk, blackberries and vanilla syrup.
Butterbeer Frappuccino Or Latte
One for Potter fans with a sweet tooth, the Butterbeer frappuccino is made from three pumps of caramel syrup, three pumps of toffee nut syrup topped off with a delicious caramel drizzle in either a frappe or latte.
Another custom beveage from the school of unimaginatively named drinks, Orange Drink is only available in the states and is an orange mango juice with added vanilla bean powder and coconut milk.
If you’re after a similar experience here in the UK then try the same mix with the Mango Passion Fruit Blended Juice Drink.
For those health conscious people who still want a tasty drink then Get Healthy 615 has the drink for you. Get two scoops of matcha powder, one squirt of sugar free vanilla syrup, one pump (sugar free cinnamon), ice and then blend.
Ferrero Rocher Frappuccino
If you prefer a fancier chocolate treat then get yourself a double chocolate chip frappuccino but make sure they add mocha and hazelnut syrup the top it off with a hazelnut drizzle.
And here’s a full list…
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Apparently though these items are only made if they have the right ingredients in store, so don’t be heading into your local Starbucks and asking for the Tuxedo Mocha all you’ll probably do is piss off the barista.
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