How To Order The Three C's On Starbucks' Secret Menu

Any Starbucks lover knows that the menu is chock full of secret menu items — from the pink starburst refresher to the cake batter frappuccino and so on. In other words, there's something for everyone, especially if you have a sweet tooth. And if you're a fan of the three C's — that is cinnamon, chocolate, and caramel — well then, boy do we have the drink for you!

Here's how you order The Three C's drink: it begins with the cinnamon dolce latte, either hot or cold depending on your preference. From there, you add mocha syrup as well as caramel syrup. The amount of syrup will vary depending on the size of the drink, so if you prefer a more chocolatey taste with just a hint of caramel (or vice versa) then you can ask for specific pump amounts of each syrup. And there you have it: The Three C's.

If you try The Three C's and realize you love the combination of cinnamon, chocolate, and caramel, then there are other variations you can try out.

Other drinks with cinnamon, chocolate and caramel

If you're loving the combination but don't want the exact iteration of The Three C's then there are other options you can go with to get your fill of the trio of yumminess.

To start with, there are two different mocha frappuccinos — the mocha cookie crumble frap and the regular mocha frap — on the Starbucks menu that you can use as a base. From there, you can ask for cinnamon powder, which will go perfectly atop the whipped cream, as well as a drizzle of caramel. Then, there's the java chip frap, which already has mocha blended into it along with mocha sauce drizzled on top — to get the three C's, you can swap the mocha sauce drizzle for caramel drizzle and request some cinnamon powder on top as well. Or, to switch things up a bit, you can opt for the white chocolate mocha frap, again topped with caramel drizzle and cinnamon powder.

Additionally, there's the caramel apple spice drink, which comes with a caramel drizzle that could easily be swapped out for a chocolate drizzle; then (you guessed it) add some cinnamon powder on top. Really, there are countless possibilities to get a three C's drink if you're willing to get creative with the menu.