There Is A Santa Claus Frappuccino On The Starbucks Secret Menu

You’re probably still rejoicing over the fact that the Starbucks holiday cups and menu items are finally back for the 2020 season, but boy, do we have some more good news for you! If you’re a lover of all things Frappuccino, there’s a Santa Claus Frappuccino on the Starbucks secret menu that will have you feeling all holly jolly way ahead of December.

Just a reminder: The Starbucks secret menu isn’t actually a legitimate menu at the coffee chain. It’s actually just a bunch of drinks that Starbucks fans make by asking for specific customizations to beverages already available on the menu. For the Santa Claus Frappuccino, be sure to order it by customizations rather than asking for it by name because chances are your barista won’t know what you’re talking about. Also, be patient and polite, please!!

The Santa Claus Frappuccino was dreamed up by the geniuses over at Totally The Bomb and doesn’t require any crazy requests. All you have to do is ask for a vanilla bean Frappuccino to start, then ask for a layer of strawberry puree on the bottom and in the middle. Get your Frappuccino topped with whipped cream and Christmas sprinkles, and the finished product will be a blend of white and red that will give you all the Christmas vibes and tastes like a strawberry shortcake.

While you’re at Starbucks picking up your Frapp, you might as well pick up some of the holiday line of reusable cups that just dropped, because as far as I’m concerned, you’re definitely on the nice list this year!

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