Starbucks Secret Menu Items: List Of Special Drinks Leaks Online [PHOTOS]

 @jakycakes
on April 19 2012 4:54 PM
  • Starbucks secret menu revealed.
    Buzzfeed.com
  • Cake Batter Frappuccino
    Despite the name, this frosty drink has no actual cake batter in it. Instead it entails adding almond syrup to a vanilla frapp. wordpress.com
  • Captain Crunch Frappuccino
    Strawberries and Creme frappe with a pump of caramel, two pumps of toffee, one pump of hazelnut and two scoops of chocolate chips. Tumblr.com
  • Dirty Chai
    Served either hot or iced, the Dirty Chai is a regular chai tea with the extra kick of a shot of espresso. For two shots, ask for a Double Extra Dirty Chai. wordpress.com
  • Green Eye
    Not one, not two, but three extra shots of espresso poured into a regular drip coffee! wordpress.com
  • Oreo Frappuccino
    A Starbucks coffee confection tumblr.com
  • Rasberry Cheesecake
    Order a White Chocolate Mocha (either iced, hot or as a frappe) and request a few extra pumps of raspberry syrup. Tumblr.com
  • Super Cream Frappuccino
    Ask for a "super cream" version of any frappe and your barista will blend the whipped cream into the drink for a creamier and less icy drink. wordpress.com
  • Blended Strawberry Lemonade
    Basically a strawberry-lemonade frappe. tumblr.com
  • The Nutella
    Order a Cafe Misto with a pump of chocolate, a pump of hazelnut syrup and a drizzle of caramel. Tumblr.com
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A recent supposedly secret menu from Starbucks recently surfaced online, spurring rumors that an entirely different list of deliciously unknown hot and cold beverages are available to customers who are 'in the know.' The rumor isn't that far out, undercover drinks like the Dirty Chai (regular chai tea with a shot of espresso) have been well-known for years and Starbucks has long claimed that they offer up to 87,000 different drink variations.

These uncovered drink options, ranging from the Raspberry Cheesecake frappe to The Nutella, have our mouths watering. Check out our slideshow of photographic documentation of secret Starbucks drinks, along with their ingredients and names.

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