3 Halloween Starbucks Secret Menu Drinks You Need To Try ASAP

Celebrate Halloween with a few of Starbucks' dirty little secrets.



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Starbucks really knows how to keep the seasonal drinks coming. Not only do you have the entire season to enjoy as many Pumpkin Spice Lattes as you can handle, but you can sink your teeth into the Halloween-themed Vampire Frappuccino that the coffee chain introduced earlier this week at locations in the U.K., Singapore, Norway, and Sweden. Unfortunately for those of us in the U.S., Starbucks has yet to announce a new concoction in honor of the holiday (though there have been rumors of a Zombie Frappuccino being released soon). Rather than wait for the company's official drink — and, admittedly, such a wait may be in vain — we'll opt for a few ghoulish secret menu items that are just as worthwhile.

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The Franken Frappuccino

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The Franken Frappuccino, if you couldn't already tell by the name, is named after the monster from Frankenstein. The great thing about the Frapp is that, on top of it being fairly easy to order, it's actually pretty tasty, and it's almost like eating mint chocolate chip ice cream. We learned about it through Starbucks Secret Menu.

How to order it: Ask for a Green Tea Frappuccino with one pump of peppermint syrup, white chocolate sauce, and java chips. Top it all off with whipped cream and mocha drizzle.



The Dirty Werewolf

By looking at the Dirty Werewolf, you wouldn't necessarily be able to tell that it's supposed to be a Halloween item, as it obviously doesn't look like a werewolf. Bustle's creation calls for two shots of espresso, meaning you'll probably be wide awake and howling at the moon all through the night. That said, if you're not much of a coffee lover, you might want to skip this one.

How to order it: Ask for a Chai Frappuccino and add two shots of espresso and one pump of cinnamon dulce syrup topped with whipped cream and cinnamon.



The Wired Zombie

The Wired Zombie is a great way to switch things up for anyone not in the mood to down a frozen beverage. Just be aware that, though it tastes as delicious as any other fruity refreshment out there, the drink doesn't come out looking super appetizing — though, considering its name, that's probably kind of the point. (H/T Starbucks Secret Menu for this one.)

How to order it: Ask for a Strawberry Acai or Cool Lime refresher, depending on what you prefer. Then add light lemonade, one scoop of matcha powder (two scoops for grande drinks, three for venti), classic syrup (1/2 pump for tall, one for grande, and 1 1/2 for venti), and raspberry syrup.



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