You’ve probably been living under a rock if you haven’t heard of Starbucks Pink Drink, but did you know there’s a whole list of beverages for every color in the rainbow? Okay, maybe not every shade – but the important ones. We’ve covered all of them over the past several months, but for those of you joining us for the first time, here’s a look at all the Starbucks Secret Menu Rainbow drinks – and how to order them!
Pink – The rainbow drinks lineup started off strong with the Pink Drink, a delicious and fruity iced beverage that sports the iconic shade of bubble gum pink. In fact, the Pink Drink became so popular that Starbucks added it to the regular menu…so I guess it’s no longer a secret. But nonetheless, it’s delicious. The Pink drink is just a Strawberry Açaí Refreshers® Beverage with coconutmilk.
And here’s the copycat Starbucks Pink Drink recipe if you ever feel like making it at home.
Purple – The Purple Drink hasn’t made it onto the official menu yet, but it’s still just as delightful as its pink cousin. The drink is a blend of Teavana Iced Passion Tango Tea, soy milk, vanilla syrup, and blackberries. Just make sure to ask for the Passion Tango Tea without water to get the right flavor.
Blue – I hate to break it to you, but the Starbucks Secret Menu Blue Drink is basically the exact same thing as the Purple Drink, except for you order it without blackberries. Some people say this one is good with coconut milk instead of soymilk, too, but otherwise the ingredients are the same: Passionfruit iced tea (no water), the milk of your choice, and vanilla syrup.
Orange – The Orange Drink isn’t quite as popular as the Pink and Purple Drinks have become, but you shouldn’t sleep on it if you’re a fan of all things citrus. In fact, the Orange Drink tastes like an adult Dreamsicle, probably because it’s made with Orange mango juice, vanilla bean powder, and coconut milk.
Green – Don’t worry, Starbucks Green Drink isn’t the liquid form of all your least favorite veggies. It’s a creamy blend of iced black tea (no water), coconut milk, and matcha tea. The result? A bold and refreshing flavor, but you may want to ask for sweetener if you don’t like the taste of unsweetened tea.