Starbucks Secret Menu

How many Starbucks drinks do you think there are? You must be counting in your head those choices of drinks they have written on their menu board. Well, those are just the ones you know of, and probably the only drinks you order. But what you may not know is that there is a whole new universe of drinks waiting for you to discover on Starbucks secret menu.

If you’re feeling adventurous, try the secret menu items revealed below. These recipes have been tried and tested by coffee enthusiasts who have been frequenting their cafés for years.

Butterbeer Frappuccino

You’re probably wondering what this Harry Potter drink is doing on this list. And if you’re a true blue Potterhead, then you’re absolutely going to love this delicious concoction. Not only will you get to relive those fun scenes in The Three Broomsticks, but you will also get to experience how truly magical Butterbeer is.

  • Order a grande crème Frappuccino. Do not order skim milk because you will need 100% milk for this drink.
  • Request three pumps each of caramel syrup and toffee nut syrup.
  • Ask for caramel to be drizzled on top.

This has been quite popular for some time now, so some staff may know how to create it without being given instructions. The average cost for this deliciousness is $4 to $5, depending on the size and add ons.

Shirley Temple

The name of this beverage alone is sure to add excitement to your afternoon. Now you can get your own mocktail from Starbucks:

  • Order a strawberry lemonade and ask them to mix it with an orange mango smoothie.
  • To add flavor, a squeeze of raspberry syrup on top.

Dirty Chai

This is a simple combination of ingredients that tea lovers will adore. If you’re a fan of chai tea, then you should enjoy this drink that you can Starbucks Secret Menuorder hot or cold. Just ask for a Chai Latte, mixed with a shot of espresso. Perfect if you need a caffeine booster in your tea, not to mention that’s it’s really tasty! The cost will be the normal price of the latte, plus the price of the espresso shot.

Cap’n Crunch Berry Frappuccino

You’ve probably missed the taste of this breakfast cereal that woke you up every morning as a kid. Let this berry drink remind you of those days and give you reason to visit Starbucks in the morning.

  • Order a Strawberry and Crème Frappuccino.
  • Ask for one pump each of the following syrup flavors: caramel, hazelnut, and toffee.
  • Since you’re sugar loading, balance it out by adding whipped cream on your frappuccino.

There are no actual cereal bits in this beverage, but the syrup combination sure makes up for the real thing. Based on the cup size, expect to spend around $5.


This one needs to be downed like a shot. And it is recommended for those who need quick energy to get moving in the morning or to wake up those droopy eyes in the afternoon. Why? Because to make this drink, the following needs to be done:

  • In an espresso cup, get three pumps of your favorite syrup.
  • Next, add milk. And finally, add two shots of espresso.

No doubt that after slugging this, expect to be awake for hours. But you have to admit, this sounds absolutely dreamy.

Nutella Drink

If there’s one word that chocolate enthusiasts worship, it’s Nutella. This label can sure ignite the imagination of people around the world. Rivers of chocolate, anyone? So, here’s what you need to do:

  • Order the standard Caffe Misto.
  • Mix with it a pump of hazelnut syrup and another pump of chocolate.
  • Finish it with a drizzle of caramel on top.

Once you’ve tasted it, surely money is no object. Why would it, when your happiness is at stake?

There are thousands of coffee shop recipes out there, but start with the ones above. And who knows? Maybe you can make your original concoction soon.

Join the Conversation


  1. You should know that Starbucks pricing is different all over the country as well as all over the world. It can be as much as 2.50 difference in the states and much higher in difference abroad. I’m from Seattle and these prices are much higher than what I pay. Just an FYI

  2. Starbucks has done a very good job! I give a two thumbs up and a round of a plause for them. And their coffee is really good. THEY HAVE SUCCEEDED!!!!!!!!

  3. I really like Starbucks. Their Mocha Cookie Crumble frappucinos and Cake Pops bring me back. Every. Single. Time. But their food and drinks and like WAY overpriced. Practically $4 for a tall frap? Seriously? I really love this coffee crook but I really would prefer if they were less inexpensive and had vegetarian options. Panera is WAY better. But, sadly, not the fraps. Panera has divine cookies and fairly good service, and the best mac n’ cheese I have EVER experienced. The truth is: PANERA IS BETTER THAN STARBUCKS! BESIDES THE FRAPPUCINOS/FRAPPES/FRAPS!

    1. So Starbucks isn’t better than panera… Starbucks actually isn’t overpriced because of the quality of their items. Did you know their water is triple filtered? Exactly, great quality. Thank you ?

  4. I love Starbucks coffee and baked goods and am planning to start a business of my own. I was wondering if you have any advice for newcomers like me. I wish to have a successful business just like you all have. I want to start planning now though I am only 11 years old. I wish to have and amazing business. Thanks for your advice and support in advance. Thank you and god bless you.

    1. hey Nya don’t get your hopes up too high your own buisness is a llloonnggg way off. You’re welcome in advance. 😉

    2. Wait till your older to fully do a business. Start brainstorming different possibilities of what kind of business you would want to run, gather up the money (which is ALOT!), and purchase an empty store or building. Also, get off the Internet since you revealed your age online. Never be afraid of using the good ole brain to be creative when you do figure out what to do in life.

  5. I have to hand it to Howard, he serves nothing truly compelling, Yet, with a great hype machine and typically naive, elitist customers, he has these sheep glad to hand over the bux for mediocre, at best, products.

  6. I don’t like Starbucks coffee too strong and prices too high for seniors! I resent the monopoly they have being in most grocery stores. Where there use to be a coffee bar in a Basha store near me now will have a Starbucks and no more Seattle coffee. Basha has lost a lot of my business lately. Too much control!

  7. My family loves Starbucks but now we can’t afford once a week like we did before because the prices went up, imagine family of six people, it will be too much money.

  8. The prices on this list are a little higher than most Starbucks. That said Starbucks is still more expensive than most coffee shops because they make ART not just coffee or caffeinated drinks. You would have to pay more for artistic cookies than you would regular made cookies. Their sandwiches are actually approx the same as other coffee shops. If you are looking for a cheap meal then go to McDonalds, if you are looking for just a caffeinated or coffee drink that you just wanna guzzle then go to elsewhere. There is no point in complaining. They won’t change their prices because they have their reasons for them and there are many of us that understand that.

    1. I always find it pretty hilarious when people go out of their way to defend corporations who could care less about them. Especially when said person is attempting to shame others from voicing their complaints, and defending unreasonable prices while the average Starbucks fast-food barista is making minimum wage for their “art”. LOL. You must be apart of their marketing team. FAIL.

    2. The prices are right on with all Starbucks, which is raising prices again… Starbucks doesn’t make ART, they give you one or two small shots of espresso and fill your cup with milk, syrup or flavoring. You are not drinking coffee, you are drinking something comparable to a milk shake or flavored hot milk. That said, if you don’t mind paying $5 for a sugary milk drink with a bit of coffee – good for you. God Bless America.

  9. These prices are accurate for the area I live in (South Florida). Outrageous as it is for coffee! In Europe you can get the same thing for half the price.

  10. Make most of the food and drinks with no tree nuts because i have a allergy to them and that’s why dont like Starbucks because i cant have the stuff.

  11. Umm… I see skinny pepermint hot chocolate, but where’s the regular pepermint hot chocolate? How much does it cost in a tall size?

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