The best Starbucks drinks you should try
Fear Street Frappucino
If you like R.L. Stine’s Fear Street series, you’ll appreciate this terrifyingly delicious Frapp. Buy a Mocha Cookie Frappuccino with two funnel syrup and a strawberry drizzle.
Team Edward/Team Jacob Frappucino
Twilight fever has returned, and we’re ready to pick our sides. If you’re a werewolf fan, request the chocolatey Team Jacob Frappucino shown above by buying a Grande Mocha Cookie Crumble Frappucino and adding two pumps of raspberry syrup, followed by strawberry drizzle. You can even get a Team Edward Frappucino if you prefer your drink colder.
Wendy’s Frosty Frappuccino Inspired
This drink is the perfect blend of chocolate and caffeine. Ask for a Grande Mocha Frappuccino with heavy whipping cream when ordering. Toss in two pumps of vanilla syrup and a dab of mocha sauce, and you’re done! You’ve got yourself a Frosty with a kick to it.
Key Lime Pie Refresher
You may prepare a Key Lime Pie or order this Key Lime Pie Refresher to make things easier. Add light coconut milk to a Venti Kiwi Starfruit Refresher and top with vanilla sweet cream cold foam and one pump of funnel cake syrup. Not to mention the caramel crunch! An incredible Starbucks drink.
Holly Walker, an incredible Starbucks drink, crafted this tropical gem. Begin by ordering a Venti Mango Dragonfruit Lemonade without the inclusions, i.e. without the scoop of dragonfruit that is usually included in this drink. Then request gentle kiwi and peach juices. Request one pump of raspberry syrup and a light pour of passion tea on top of the drink to achieve the crimson hues.
Strawberries and Cream Refresher
One of the favorite Starbucks drinks. This one tastes exactly like Strawberries and Creme Creme Savers (remember those?) and is ridiculously simple to make.
Strawberry Cobbler Refresher
Strawberry cobbler is the epitome of summer! Order a Venti Iced Green Tea with coconut milk and strawberry puree and have it shaken.
It’s similar to a pina colada, but much prettier! Order a Venti Pink Drink with no added ingredients, 4 pumps of pineapple ginger syrup, and 2 pumps of pineapple ginger syrup and strawberry puree combined into the vanilla sweet cream cold foam.
Minnie Mouse Frappuccino
We adore our Disney Parks copycat recipes, but this incredible Starbucks drink comes from Totally the Bomb and is another pink-hued original. A Grande White Mocha Frappuccino with light strawberry puree, one scoop of java chips, and one scoop of dragon fruit inclusions, just like Mickey. Finish it off with a crumbled mocha cookie topping.
Honey Peach Freeze
We’re really excited about this collaboration. A Venti Blended Lemonade with peach juice and a dash of guava juice is a great choice.
Orange Dreamsicle Float
DQ recently reintroduced its Dreamsicle Dipped Cone, but if you like your creamsicle in the shape of a drink, this is the one for you. On top of the orange juice, pour the Vanilla Bean Frapp, then top with vanilla sweet cream cold foam and whipped cream.
The Ball of Medicine
This concoction of steaming lemonade, hot water, jade citrus mint green tea, peach tranquillity tea, and honey may help soothe a sore or irritated throat. This cult favourite was so popular that Starbucks made a honey citrus mint tea out of it. However, a large order of Starbucks contains 16mg of caffeine, so this isn’t exactly a caffeine-free Starbucks drink.