The spooky season is officially on! So, it’s time to take a break from everything nice and pumpkin spice to give way to all things wicked and creepy. And by that, we mean switching your pumpkin spice latte with yet another spooky drink from the Starbucks “secret menu.” By now, you’ve probably already tried the Jack Skellington Frappuccino and the Sally Frappuccino. But if you’re still not over the Nightmare Before Christmas craze, then you’ll be happy to know that there’s an Oogie Boogie Frappuccino as well!
Inspired by the iconic character, this is another off-menu drink courtesy of the Starbucks menu’s impressive level of customizability. Since it’s not an official offering, you may have to walk your barista through the entire process. So, we’d suggest keeping a copy of the recipe on your phone for a faster and smoother transaction. Also, be sure to order it during off-hours to avoid the influx of people looking to get their caffeine fix.
Disneyland’s Oogie Boogie Bash may have been cancelled this year, but at least you can still get an Oogie Boogie Frappuccino from Starbucks
Now, on to the exciting part—the ordering process. It’s important to note that, at its core, this drink is basically a White Chocolate Mocha Frappuccino with a twist. So, first things first, determine your preferred size. As with all Starbucks drinks, you may choose among Tall, Grande and Venti. Afterward, order a White Chocolate Mocha Frappuccino.
The next steps are a bit tricky, so be sure to take down notes. First off, request for whipped cream at the bottom of the cup. Then, ask your barista to top it with a few java chips. This is where the White Chocolate Mocha Frappuccino comes in with more java chips in it. Lastly, request for whipped cream on top. And for the finishing touches, request for a dusting of matcha powder and mocha cookie crumbles on top. There you have it!
If you’re ordering with your family or friends, be sure to get the Jack Skellington Frappuccino and the Sally Frappuccino as well to complete the squad. Now, who else is lowkey hoping for other Nightmare Before Christmas characters to get their own Starbucks secret menu drinks?