A Starbucks’ Jack Skellington Frappuccino Exists But It’s Only On The Secret Menu
Several brands have been releasing The Nightmare Before Christmas merchandise all over the internet these days. From the Build-A-Bear stuffed toys, Vans sneaker collection, to the Roshire coffin bouquet. Now, our favorite characters from Halloween Town have also made their way to Starbucks’ not-so-secret secret menu. Yes, you can finally order a Starbucks’ Jack Skellington Frappuccino and enjoy it like a real Pumpkin King or Queen. Here’s what you need to know to get your hands on this highly sought-after spooky season secret drink.
First off, let’s thank the wonderful people over at the Totally The Bomb blog for the tip. So, a Jack Skellington Frappuccino, huh? Sure, it’s quite inevitable for you to envision it as a dark drink that casts horror with every sip. Well, on the contrary, it’s actually pretty sweet but with a kick of spice and hint of caffeine. Let’s just say that if you’re a fan of pumpkin spice, then this drink is also for you.
However, the ordering part is where it might get a bit complicated. This drink features a list of ingredients that’s fairly intricate compared to your regular Frappuccino. So, be sure to apologize to your barista before blurting out your requests. Don’t worry, the queue at Starbucks is almost never short, so you’ll have enough time to rehearse your order. Our friends at the Totally The Bomb blog have also suggested a foolproof way to order this drink:
“Single-shot, Chai, Pumpkin Spice Frappuccino, Whipped Cream and Java Chips on top, with Mocha Drizzle inside the cup.”
If you prefer the hot version of this drink, simply order a Dirty Chai Latte. Then request for a pump of pumpkin syrup, and have it topped with whipped cream and java chips.
Of course, The Nightmare Before Christmas would not be complete without Jack’s love interest, Sally. There’s also a Sally Frappuccino that’s perfect for strawberry and matcha lovers. Basically, this drink consists of a Vanilla Bean Frappuccino base and matcha powder. Be sure to have it topped with whipped cream, strawberry puree, and freeze-dried strawberries. Plus, don’t forget the caramel syrup drizzle inside the cup.
If you find these drinks a little bizarre, you may simply opt for the classic Cinderella Latte. It’s your typical Pumpkin Spice Latte with a magical twist. To enjoy this, just ask your barista to substitute half pump of pumpkin sauce with white mocha sauce.