30 Starbucks Secret Menu Drinks You Won't Want To Miss In 2024

While a morning pick-me-up from Starbucks is sometimes necessary, ordering the same old latte gets boring. The menu selection of the most popular Starbucks drinks can be pretty extensive, and even daunting — does anyone know the difference between a cappuccino and a macchiato at 6 a.m.? If you're tortured by never knowing what to order from Starbucks, we've got a coveted list of items you actually won't even find on the menu. The Starbucks secret menu is probably even more complicated than the regular menu, so we've narrowed down the tastiest, prettiest, and most popular special items for you to order.

What you need to know about the Starbucks secret menu is that it actually is a secret. It's not an actual printed menu that Starbucks employees have to learn, so before you pull up to the drive-thru and demand a Squid Games Frappuccino, make sure you know what the drink is made of so you can explain it to the barista. With that said, here are 30 Starbucks secret menu items, what they taste like, and exactly how to order them.

1. Twix Frappuccino

This is arguably the drink that first went viral and consequently made the Starbucks secret menu famous way before TikTok found out about it. This frothy treat combines all of the best things in life: chocolate, caramel, hazelnut, and coffee. With a caramel Frappuccino as a base, this candy-bar-themed drink also contains a sufficient amount of caffeine, so it can double as your morning pick-me-up!

Here's a popular variation of this secret menu item. To order the Twix Frappuccino, ask for a Caramel Frappuccino, add two pumps of hazelnut syrup, java chips, extra caramel sauce, and mocha drizzle on top. Feel free to add a couple more pumps of hazelnut if you decide to order a venti.

2. Lavender Lemonade

Early spring of 2024 brought a delicious new addition to play with at Starbucks: lavender. This flavoring, rather than being a syrup or sauce, is actually a powder. As a result, this addition works best when shaken or blended, so as to avoid little specks of powder hanging around in your drink.

As soon as we heard about this new flavor, we longed to try it with lemonade. It turned out that Starbucks' Lavender Lemonade is the pink treat we didn't know we needed, perfect for an upscale brunch or even as a mocktail. Ordering this one simply involves choosing an iced lemonade and then adding the number of lavender powder scoops you'll need according to your chosen size. In the case of a tall, that's two scoops; a grande should have three, and a venti will take it to four. Your barista will take those lavender scoops, lemonade, and ice and shake them together to combine everything well. 

3. Butterbeer Frappuccino

While you may lament that you're never going to settle into a stool at the Three Broomsticks sipping on a frothy butterbeer, head over to Starbucks for the next best thing. The vast Harry Potter fandom is wonderful for a number of reasons, but their insurmountable devotion to putting a Harry Potter-themed spin on just about everything is perhaps the group's greatest attribute.

Contrary to its name, there is no beer in butterbeer. If you find yourself at Universal Studios' Wizarding World of Harry Potter, you can order a creamy, sweet butterbeer with hints of butterscotch that is completely alcohol-free. The Starbucks secret menu version is similar, and it is one of few Frappuccinos that contain no caffeine, so you can feel free to enjoy it at any time of day or night.

To make this drink, you'll have to order a Vanilla Crème Frappuccino, add three pumps of caramel syrup, three pumps of toffee nut syrup, and caramel drizzle on top. For this drink to taste best, it's recommended to use a whole milk base, but swapping for oat milk as a dairy-free alternative will taste just as creamy. 

4. White Chocolate Pink Drink

Fun fact: the uber-popular Starbucks Pink Drink actually started out as a secret menu item. The drink (which, according to the Starbucks menu, is made with a strawberry açaí base, coconut milk, and freeze-dried strawberry pieces) is now a regular menu item, but relentlessly creative Starbucks customers have found plenty of ways to shake it up.

The Pink Drink is great for vegans, since it's made with coconut milk by default, but it's common to swap out coconut milk for whole milk or heavy cream. There are lots of ways to mix this drink up, and a popular variation includes the addition of sweet cream and four pumps of vanilla syrup.

For another variation fans call the White Chocolate Pink Drink, order the Pink Drink with three pumps each of white chocolate mocha sauce and vanilla. Note that white chocolate mocha sauce contains dairy, so skip it if you're looking to keep the drink as vegan-friendly as possible.

5. Cinnamon Toast Crunch Frappuccino

Ideas for new beverages can come from nearly anywhere — even nostalgia for cereal inspired a Starbucks secret menu drink. When it comes to flavoring a new concoction, nothing works quite as well as sweet items. This is why you see so many drinks inspired by sugary cereal; rarely do you find a Cheerios- or Raisin Bran-themed drink. That's why Cinnamon Toast Crunch makes a perfect flavor profile to play with. Plus, you can order a Frappuccino or latte version of this drink, depending on your preferences.

For this secret menu item, you'll start out by ordering a White Chocolate Mocha with three pumps of cinnamon dolce syrup and a dollop of whipped cream on top. We like this one venti sized because the flavor pumps work well proportionately, though you can ask for two pumps of each flavoring for a grande, and one of each for a tall. To make this drink even more smooth, the Blonde Espresso Roast would be a delicious swap for the coffee base. 

6. Squid Game Frappuccino

The Netflix series "Squid Game" was a huge hit for the platform, and it even inspired a Starbucks secret-menu Frappuccino. If you've watched the show, you're probably feeling apprehensive as to how the gory series could inspire a tasty drink, but don't worry. There's nothing gory about this fruity, refreshing treat.

How would one incorporate the themes in "Squid Game" into a Frappuccino recipe? We don't have the answer to that, because the recipe was creatively imagined to invoke symbolism from the show characters and logo. With a fruity base and a chocolate topping, the taste of this drink almost resembles a chocolate-covered strawberry. Start by ordering a Strawberry Crème Frappuccino; add a scoop of dragonfruit inclusion, two pumps of white chocolate mocha sauce, and a mocha drizzle on top.

7. Strawberries And Cream Refreshers

Strawberry Açaí Starbucks Refreshers seem to be perfect for secret menu alterations. The strawberry açaí provides a sweetened base for a drink with a whole lot of flavor that features water as a mix-in. This water is easily substituted for other liquids to maintain reasonable proportions while still comfortably fitting into designated cups. In the case of the Pink Drink, the water is swapped for coconut milk, creating a creamy version. However, you can take this swap even further and make a strawberries-and-cream drink reminiscent of a type of hard candy that once ruled the world of sweets. 

There are a few techniques to upgrade your Starbucks Pink Drink to taste like Creme Saver hard candy. One way is to include a few pumps of white mocha sauce, and then swap out the coconut milk for vanilla sweet cream, although these changes will nullify the dairy-free status of a typical Pink Drink. For a different way to make the strawberries and cream beverage, again begin with the Pink Drink and add vanilla syrup, strawberry puree, and heavy cream instead of the vanilla cream. This version will bring on a stronger strawberry flavor, thanks to that puree.

8. Medicine Ball

While the secret menu includes tons of sweet Frappuccino variations, for anyone looking for something less sugary, there's a Starbucks treat that's actually meant to improve your health. The Medicine Ball is a hot, tea-based beverage that includes cold-fighting ingredients like citrus, honey, and mint. Honey and lemon are known to soothe sore throats, sharp spearmint opens nasal passageways and reduces nausea, and green tea contains a ton of health benefits.

This is a secret menu item that is totally uncomplicated to order, since the Medicine Ball is basically on the Starbucks menu under the name of Honey Citrus Mint Tea. It started out as a secret menu item created and enjoyed by under-the-weather customers seeking comfort in a cup, and it's proven to be delicious and nutritious. If you're interested in making it at home (or want to make sure your order is perfect), a Starbucks barista shared the Medicine Ball recipe.

9. Thin Mint Frappuccino

Don't you wish it was always Girl Scout cookie season? Us too. In the meantime, to satisfy your Thin Mint craving, the Starbucks secret menu can come to your rescue. People get picky about their chocolate combinations. Chocolate and peanut butter are typically approved by the majority, as well as chocolate and caramel. Chocolate and mint, however, seems to be a favorite for only a select group. It's one of those flavors that you either love or hate.

Well, we love it, and if you do too, you'll love this twist on a regular chocolate Frappuccino. This recipe tastes like the perfect creamy combination of rich chocolate and mint. Order a Double Chocolaty Chip Crème Frappuccino with an extra pump of mocha sauce, add two pumps of peppermint syrup (double that if you order a venti), and on top of your whipped cream, ask for mocha cookie crumble topping and matcha powder for an extra pop of color and sweetness.

10. Hipster Chai Latte

Although chai is extremely flavorful, and has a sort of spicy taste to it, the concentrate is a tasty base to play with and personalize. The Hipster Chai Latte is one of the absolute best Starbucks chai drinks, though it's definitely not for those who like more traditional chai-based beverages. While chai is in the name of this secret menu item, to order it, you'll begin with a different kind of drink, making for an ultra-customized sip.

Whether you prefer a hot or iced drink, or even a Frappuccino for that matter, this one can work for you. Begin by ordering a venti latte made with Blonde Espresso Roast. When you make the swap from the classic roast to blonde, you'll be pulling in flavors that are more subtle, allowing that chai to get more airtime. Ask for four pumps of the chai concentrate, as well as two pumps of white mocha syrup. With any luck, your barista will take the time to melt the white mocha and espresso together before adding the milk and chai. Order it with Vanilla Sweet Cream Cold Foam on top and some cinnamon dolce for a little extra spice to enhance the chai. 

11. Pumpkin Pie Frappuccino

It doesn't matter what the calendar says — autumn starts when Starbucks rolls out their pumpkin spice drinks, and it ends when they run out. It's a shame that pumpkin-spice flavored items aren't available throughout the year, but we sure do savor them when they are around. Pumpkin spice products have skyrocketed in popularity over the years, and Starbucks has added lots of pumpkin-flavored menu items aside from the original Pumpkin Spice Latte.

A Frappuccino flavored with pumpkin spice does exist on the Starbucks menu, but the secret menu version takes the pumpkin pie taste to the next level. The recipe goes like this: Order a Pumpkin Spice Crème Frappuccino with heavy cream (if dairy isn't your thing, swapping cream for oat milk will still ensure your drink is frothy and creamy), add cinnamon dolce syrup (we'd recommend two pumps for grande and four for venti), cinnamon powder, and cinnamon dolce sprinkles on top. You'll be sipping on this pie-in-a-cup all autumn long.

12. Chai-der

Chai is a traditional type of tea popular in India that typically consists of black tea leaves and a variety of spices. Starbucks makes its chai tea with black tea, ginger, cinnamon, black pepper, cardamom, star anise, and cloves. Chai drinks are extremely popular at Starbucks, including the crowd-favorite Chai Tea Latte.

A Chai-der is a combination of chai tea and apple cider, which creates a cozy, sweet drink with notes of cinnamon, caramel, and a bit of spice. What's nice about this drink is that it isn't overly sweet (but it can be if you add extra syrups), and while the chai makes it slightly caffeinated, it's not as strong as a coffee-based beverage would be. There are a few versions of this secret menu item, but we think this one tastes best: order a grande Caramel Apple Spice, but ask for only half of the cinnamon dolce syrup that it's usually made with, and substitute the other half for chai concentrate.

13. Churro Frappuccino

Simple churros are essentially fried dough topped with a mixture of cinnamon and sugar. Most of the time, people enjoy these treats while walking around a fair or a theme park, but you can enjoy them in different forms. For example, at Starbucks you can get a churro-flavored Frappuccino with a reasonably simple Starbucks secret menu recipe.

Begin by ordering a venti Caramel Frappuccino. If you're looking for some caffeine, you'll want that to be a regular Frappuccino, but if you are hoping for something more milkshake-like, go for the crème type. Then, add three pumps of the cinnamon dolce syrup and ask to add caramel inside the cup and on top of the whipped cream. To finish the whole thing off, ask for a sprinkling of cinnamon.

The resulting drink will be pretty sweet, so only order this one if you want a dessert-like beverage. If you're looking to cut the sugar content, you can also request that your barista split the pumps of sweetener between caramel and cinnamon dolce, to have something a bit less cloying.

14. Island Breeze Drink

Nothing quite completes a delightful beach vacation more than having a delicious drink in hand. For an escape to the beach (at least for a few sips), consider ordering an Island Breeze Drink. This one is unique because it doesn't actually have any caffeine or tea in it. In fact, it is mostly juice. We love that because while it is caffeine-free, it's also devoid of dairy, making it a great treat at the end of the day for almost anyone.

For this paradise in a cup, order a venti lemonade with half lemonade and half peach juice. Request coconut cold foam with pineapple-ginger syrup mixed right in. Your barista may require a little extra direction with that cold foam. If they do, request that they follow the same process they would for making typical cold foam, but use coconut milk in place of dairy milk and pineapple-ginger syrup in place of other sweeteners.

15. Lavender Haze Drink

Taylor Swift's album "Midnights" had fans in thrall after its release. One of the songs, "Lavender Haze," also makes for the perfect drink inspiration, especially since Starbucks' secret menu is no stranger to beverages with colors as their name. The Pink Drink even found its way onto the official menu. Only time will tell if Lavender Haze is destined for the same level of fame.

For this one, order an Iced Passion Tango Tea with soy milk. When the soy milk gets added to the pink herbal tea, you'll end up with a milky-looking lavender color. Be sure to also request six pumps of vanilla in place of regular sweetener for a venti, four for a grande, and three for a tall. This drink is sweet, creamy, and just a little floral with that herbal tea. Plus, the Lavender Haze is another one that has no caffeine, since herbal teas are naturally decaffeinated.

16. TikTok Iced Chai Latte

Starbucks offers plenty of delicious chai beverages that are all tasty on their own. But sometimes, you want something with a little extra sweetener that feels just a bit more unique. The TikTok Iced Chai Latte would be the perfect candidate, and if we're being honest, it may be our favorite chai drink at Starbucks.

For this one, you'll start by ordering an Iced Chai Tea Latte. You could make an augmented version work with a hot chai, but it would need to miss a key component, so we prefer the iced option. Substitute oat milk in place of the default dairy milk for a smooth texture and a satisfying bit of nuttiness. Then, ask for the brown sugar syrup to be added. We recommend two pumps for tall, three if you're ordering a grande, and then a whopping four for the venti size. Top that whole thing off with Vanilla Sweet Cream Cold Foam. If you're loving a different kind of cold foam, you could also try a different flavor, like the pumpkin cold foam offered during fall.

17. Betty White Frappuccino

Betty White's star certainly shone brightly thanks to the delightful presence she brought to the screen. She felt like America's grandmother, to some extent. To pay homage to this truly golden girl, get yourself a Betty White Frappuccino for something perfectly comforting and decadent.

You'll begin by ordering a White Chocolate Mocha Frappuccino in either the coffee or crème format. We tend to prefer coffee-based Frappuccinos, but the crème version is the perfect base for delicious, kid-friendly Starbucks secret menu drinks. To that Frappuccino, add a pump of hazelnut and one of vanilla. Then, ask for some caramel crunchies on top. If you're opting for no whipped cream, those crunchies can also be added right on top of the drink. Be aware that the Betty White Frappuccino is very sweet, so it will feel more like a milkshake than a coffee drink.

18. Dole Whip Frappuccino

Disney's famous Dole Whip is one of the most classic treats at the Magic Kingdom. This cold treat is essentially a soft-serve piece of fruit. There's no dairy in it, so it's closer to sorbet than ice cream, but it certainly behaves like ice cream.

The next time you're craving a Dole Whip, you can actually find something similar at Starbucks. To get that Dole Whip fix, order a Vanilla Bean Crème Frappuccino. Although already delicious on its own, replace the milk of this Frappuccino with a mixture of sweet cream and pineapple. All blended up, the drink will have a similar taste to a Dole Whip, but the texture won't be quite the same. We should mention that while the original Dole Whip is safe for vegans, this Dole Whip Frappuccino won't be due to the cream.

19. Chocolate Mousse Cold Brew

We love breakfast, but there's one thing about it that has always been an issue for us. Most people don't enjoy dessert tastes as part of their earliest meal. But for those of us who never stopped wanting a little dessert with our pancakes, we offer the Chocolate Mousse Cold Brew secret menu drink.

This offering begins with a Chocolate Cream Cold Brew as the base drink. Then, ask your barista to line the cup with caramel and put some on top of the drink as well. Ask for some cookie crumble on top of that for a little bit of crunch and texture. We love this drink because it is both decadent and isn't too different from the base drink. Often, secret menu items derive so much from the original offering that they become nearly unrecognizable. This, however, remains something familiar but nevertheless extra special.

20. Minnie Mouse Frappuccino

Often, secret menu items get their names for what they taste like. In other instances, the names reflect what a drink resembles. The Minnie Mouse Frappuccino falls in the latter category. This bright pink drink has little bits of java chips in it and is topped with whipped cream and cookie crumbs. As a result, at least in color, it resembles the iconic mouse in her pink dress.

For this tasty Frappuccino, start with a White Chocolate Crème Frappuccino. Add to that a little bit of strawberry puree and a nice scoop of java chips, as well as dragon fruit inclusions. For the topping, ask for some mocha cookie topping to be sprinkled on the whipped cream. We recommend the crème Frappuccino base rather than the coffee base for this, because otherwise the pink won't be quite as vibrant. However, the choice is yours if you're less concerned about the color than the caffeine.

21. Honey Peach Freeze

Starbucks' Blended Strawberry Lemonade is made with ice, strawberry puree, and lemonade. Of course, you can take the blended lemonade concept and include many different flavors. The Honey Peach Freeze secret menu item, for example, takes lemonade and adds a bunch of delicious flavors to it.

If you are ordering in person, begin by requesting a Blended Strawberry Lemonade with peach juice added to it. Ask that your barista add one pump of honey blend sweetener, and then drizzle some agave into the sides of your cup before topping it all off with vanilla sweet cream. Be sure to note that the sweet cream should top off your drink rather than get blended in with the lemonade and juice. If you are ordering on the app, there is no option for a base drink of lemonade, so this drink might be best ordered in person.

22. Barbie Drink

We know Barbie for many things: great clothes, feet stuck in a relevé, and, of course, having worked every job you can possibly think of. And chances are good that if you think of a particular color when you think of this blond bombshell, it's pink. So perhaps it's no surprise that the Barbie Drink Starbucks secret menu item is bright pink.

For this fun and fabulous mixture, begin with a tall Vanilla Bean Crème Frappuccino. Ask for it to be made with two pumps of vanilla, strawberry puree, and mango dragonfruit inclusions. Top that with whipped cream and sprinkle on dragonfruit for a bright pink finish. This mixture is ultra-sweet with a delightful creamy base. 

23. TikTok White Mocha

This TikTok White Mocha may become our favorite way to order a delectable white mocha drink. Of course, we absolutely love white mocha as is, but the many additions in this recipe makes this one even better.

Start by ordering a venti Iced White Chocolate Mocha, but remove the whipped cream. Request that your barista add five pumps of caramel syrup and a hefty drizzle of caramel around the inside of your cup. Then, put Vanilla Sweet Cream Cold Foam on top. We love whipped cream on our mochas, but the cold foam substitution makes this much more smooth and milky. If you're looking for something ultra-sweet, this is it, but if you want to take the sweetness down a little, consider reducing the white mocha a little. After all, you are adding caramel to it, so it's plenty sweet enough.

24. Skinny Yellow Drink

Like the famous Pink Drink and the Lavender Haze, the real magic of Starbucks's Skinny Yellow Drink comes from plant-based milk. In this case, as in the case of the Pink Drink, the addition of coconut is the real magic. For this one, order a venti Iced Green Tea Lemonade, replacing half of the lemonade with coconut milk. For the sweetener, ask for a packet of agave and two packets of stevia. Shaking the whole thing up will help distribute that stevia and agave nicely throughout the drink.

This pale yellow color is charming and sunny. It would make the perfect tropical drink, or even an ideal iced drink for the spring or summer seasons. We love the light pineapple flavor and a little bit of tart burst from the lemonade. Plus, you get all the benefits of green tea and the hydrating powers of coconut milk.

25. Oreo Frappuccino

Oreos may be milk's favorite cookie, but it also makes a delicious Frappuccino. There are a few variations of the Oreo Frappuccino, and most of them vary due to the availability of ingredients and seasonal offerings. No matter how you make it, as long as there is some combination of black, white, and cookie crumbles, you are certainly onto something. Of course, the Oreo cookies won't come on top, but you could bring your own for a terrific social media picture.

For a basic Oreo Frappuccino, order a White Chocolate Crème Frappuccino and ask your barista to include java chips. This is a pretty good fallback mixture in case other seasonal offerings aren't available. If you have access to a Mocha Cookie Crumble Frappuccino, that also makes a great base for a delicious Oreo drink. For this one, substitute white chocolate sauce in place of regular mocha sauce. This will give you a little bit of a lighter drink. We also like this one because it is coffee-based rather than cream-based. ​​

26. Nutella Frappuccino

One of our favorite things to pair with chocolate is hazelnut. It's probably why we enjoy Nutella so much. At Starbucks, it's easy to capture these flavors together in one delicious Frappuccino, and the combination really only requires a couple of additions.

For the simplest way to order a Nutella Frappuccino, ask for a Mocha Frappuccino and then replace some of the pumps with hazelnut syrup. If you want a tall one, we recommend going with two pumps of mocha and one pump of hazelnut. For a grande, you would ask for two pumps of each, or, if you're feeling comfortable, this would ideally be a pump and a half of hazelnut. For a venti, ask for four mocha pumps and two hazelnut pumps. You're aiming for roughly a third of your pumps to be hazelnut. Be sure to also ask for some mocha drizzle on top for a little more chocolate. The resulting drink is rich and a little nutty, and it's absolutely mouthwatering.

27. Pink-a-Colada

When a secret menu drink finds itself on the official menu, it's achieved the goal all secret menu drinks long for. If that drink is then used as a base drink for another secret menu drink, then perhaps it reaches some other status altogether. However you categorize it, we hope you'll try the Pink-a-Colada, a super secret menu item.

For this one, you'll begin by ordering the Pink Drink. We recommend ordering a venti to make all the numbers work well with this one. Ask for it without the inclusions. Then, add four pumps of the delicious and tart pineapple-ginger syrup, and ask your barista to top it off with Vanilla Sweet Cream Cold Foam made with both strawberry puree and two pumps of that same pineapple ginger syrup blended right in. This sweet cream should go on top of the drink after it has been shaken up, rather than shaken with the drink. The resulting pale pink beverage has a delicious pineapple, coconut, and strawberry flavor that will have you forever giving up the original Pink Drink for this new alternative.

28. Cinderella Latte

Starbucks' Pumpkin Spice Latte is highly celebrated by devoted fans of the chain, with dedicated Starbucks-sponsored social media extolling the slew of drinks that contain the pumpkin sauce. For some fantasy-loving customers, nothing goes better with pumpkin sauce than white mocha to create a Cinderella Latte — one of the Starbucks secret menu drinks inspired by pop culture franchises. This beverage is a sweet reference to the classic fairy tale in which Cinderella travels by a magical pumpkin carriage to the ball that would change her life. 

To create this, you'll order a Pumpkin Spice Latte hot or iced, but ask your barista to replace half of the pumpkin-sauce pumps with white chocolate mocha pumps. Be sure you still get whipped cream on top for that touch of fairy-tale whimsy. Like the Pumpkin Spice Latte, this secret menu drink is only available for as long as the pumpkin sauce hangs around, even if the result doesn't necessarily taste like an exclusively fall-themed drink. 

29. Peach Cobbler Frappuccino

On the Starbucks menu, there are two primary categories of Frappuccino. You can order coffee-based varieties, or you can order cream-based drinks. The major difference between the two is that one has coffee in it, meaning that it contains caffeine, and the other switches out the coffee base for cream. Except for the matcha and chai varieties, the cream-based Frappuccino options do not contain caffeine. Rather, most taste like milkshakes, and are therefore something of a dessert. To us, this is why these cream-based Frappuccinos make such a solid start for a dessert-like secret menu drink like the Peach Cobbler Frappuccino.

Cobbler is delicious as a sit-down dessert, but to enjoy such sweetness while on the go, check out a Peach Cobbler Frappuccino. Order this one with a Vanilla Bean Crème Frappuccino as the base, and then add peach juice and swap out the milk for vanilla sweet cream. Although you won't be able to order this one through the app, since the vanilla bean Frappuccino doesn't have an online customization option for adding juice, ordering this at the drive-thru or in stores should be zero trouble. 

30. Brazilian Lemonade

Brazilian Lemonade is a refreshing drink made from quartered limes with the rind still on, along with water, ice, and condensed milk. While Starbucks doesn't have limes on hand, or even lime juice, it does have lemonade and white mocha syrup. These two ingredients blended together make for a delicious drink that you'll fall in love with, especially during the summer months.

For this secret menu item, order a lemonade and ask for four pumps of white mocha in a venti, three for a grande, and two for a tall. When the barista shakes the lemonade, white mocha syrup, and ice together, it'll all come together well to create a creamy, smooth, but still tart lemonade. If you'd prefer a frozen lemonade, you can also ask for it to be blended up. A strawberry spin on this would be perfect with the addition of some strawberry puree, either shaken up or blended straight into the drink.

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