7 Starbucks Secret Drinks We Wish Were Officially Added to the Menu

Have you heard? The Pink Drink has officially made its way onto the Starbucks menu.

As of April 10, you can order the Pink Drink at participating stores across the U.S.

Now you can say so long to the days of awkwardly asking your barista to whip up this secret menu item.

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We're super stoked the Pink Drink has become a staple at Starbucks, but there are a few other secret menu drinks we'd also like to see on the menu boards during our coffee runs.

Do you agree with our picks? Scroll below to find out.

Purple Drink

Obviously if the Pink Drink can find a place on the menu, it only makes sense that the Purple Drink should be able to, too. A mix of passion iced tea, soy milk, vanilla syrup and a scoop of blackberries, this drink is nothing short of refreshing.


Kit Kat Frappuccino

Who says you can't eat your favorite chocolate bar while sipping on it, too? Certainly not us. A Vanilla Bean Frappuccino with mocha drizzle on the inside of the cup and java chips blended in, this bad boy tastes just like a Kit Kat. Especially because it's topped with whipped cream, mocha sauce and cookie crumbles—yum!


Cinnamon Bun Hot Chocolate

When it's freezing outside, we're all about snuggling up to a nice cup of hot chocolate to keep us warm. But not just any hot chocolate, though—we always have to have the Cinnamon Bun Hot Chocolate off the secret menu. Made with one pump mocha syrup, one pump white mocha syrup, one pump cinnamon dolce syrup, one pump vanilla syrup, light cream and topped with whipped cream and a cinnamon dolce topping, this take on hot cocoa is good as gold.


Peach Ring Tea

Another cooling refreshment, we're big fans of the Peach Ring Tea come spring and summer time. It keeps us energized with its sweet and tangy flavor. To try this drink yourself, ask for a half Passion Tea and half Valencia Orange Refresher with no water and a three pumps of peach syrup.

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Chocolate Mint Frappuccino

There's no better pairing in the world than chocolate and mint, at least in our opinion. We may love this Frappuccino with all our hearts, but it is a doozy to make, which is why adding it to the menu would make everyone's lives that much easier, Starbucks. Want to try this beaut for yourself? Brace yourself, here are the ingredients: a Green Tea Frappuccino, one pump classic syrup, four pumps peppermint syrup, three scoops vanilla bean powder, one scoop protein powder, two pumps mocha sauce at the bottom of the cup, add mocha drizzle to the inside of the cup and top it with whipped cream, mocha drizzle and a sprinkle of matcha powder—whew!

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Cookie Dough Frappuccino

Cookie dough is always a good idea. Specifically, a rich and creamy Cookie Dough Frappuccino from the secret menu. Starting off with a Cinnamon Dolce Creme Frappuccino, add two pumps mocha syrup and blend in a handful of java chips. To keep the sweetness going, it's topped with chocolate whipped cream and cookie crumbles.

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Orange Creamsicle Frappuccino

A delicious take on our fave ice cream bar, the Orange Creamsicle Frappuccino is so good. Kick things off by having your choice of milk filled to the first line and Valencia Orange Refresher juice to the second line. Then add three pumps classic syrup and three pumps creme base. You can top it with whipped cream or not, it's up to you.


Apart from these guys, we also love one of the newer secret menu drinks—the Matcha Pink Drink. Head over HERE to see why we enjoy it so much.