Frosty beverage fans just can’t seem to get enough of the Starbucks “Secret Menu” drinks. We have shared many of these off-menu beverages with you — including the Capn’ Crunch Frappuccino, the Strawberry Matcha and even a Chocolate-Covered Strawberries Drink.
The most recent Starbucks secret menu drink we found sticks with the strawberry theme and seems like the perfect end-of-summer treat: How does a Strawberry Daiquiri Frappuccino sound for a drive-thru drink?
This latest strawberry sipper has made waves all around social media, including on TikTok where Totally the Bomb shared exactly how to get this beautiful drink through @starbuckisbae. The secret to these off-menu drinks is all in how you order them:
@starbucksisbaeThe Daquari Frappuccino . Recipe by @thejoyfulrbfâ¬ original sound – starbucksisbae
The drink’s creation is credited to Holly Walker, a member of the Totally the Bomb crew. They publish a website and are found on numerous social media platforms. These lifestyle experts share lots of delicious recipes, including a collection of Starbucks secret menu drinks like this one.
Walker compared the Strawberry Daiquiri Frappuccino to one of those ready-to-go daiquiri machines she saw and sampled in Las Vegas.
“This bad boy tastes like them (sans the alcohol) and even has the same texture as the icy treat,” she posted.
So, if you’re ready to give this fruity frappuccino a shot, then pay attention because we’ve got the complete ordering directions for you to share with your barista when ordering your drink!
First, you will want to order a grande Mango Dragonfruit Refresher with no water or inclusions. Next, you request peach juice and strawberry inclusions to be added to your drink. Third, ask your barista to double-blend the beverage and request strawberry puree be added to the bottom of the cup. The last step is to ask for whipped cream on top with more of the strawberry inclusions on top.
And voilà! You have your own non-alcoholic version of a strawberry daiquiri from Starbucks ready to enjoy at home or in your car. Cheers!
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