We’ve all heard rumours about Starbucks’ “secret menu” for years from friends and on social media. Everyone has tried or heard about stories of unofficial Starbucks drinks you may order to change up your morning routine, from the “Harry Potter”-themed Butterbeer Frappuccino to the aptly titled Purple Drink. But who produces these beverages? Does Starbucks acknowledge them as a legitimate component of a “secret menu”?
The firm also permits and even encourages customers to make unique requests
The Motley Fool claims that there are more than 170,000 distinct ways to mix and personalise the components in Starbucks drinks. Some of these concepts were so brilliant that they spread like wildfire on social media and through word-of-mouth, becoming widely known. While not officially on the menu, the Cotton Candy Frappuccino is one of these cocktails that is well-known enough that many baristas would be able to make it without any hesitation, according to Motley Fool.
However, despite having a whole website devoted to the Starbucks hidden menu and its different selections, the corporation does not formally recognise these foods and, as a representative informed The Motley Fool, does not instruct staff members on how to prepare them. You can’t just walk up to the counter, request a Fruitcake Frappuccino, and fully expect the server to know what you want, despite the fact that some baristas may pick up the items after frequent orders or through word of mouth.
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