Here’s How to Order Starbucks’ Secret Menu Jack Skellington Frappuccino
The Pumpkin King himself wouldn't dare miss out on this Jack Skellington Frappuccino!
You know well enough by now that we’re in love with the Starbucks secret menu. We’ve covered everything from the Peanut Butter Cup Frappuccino to the Churro Frappuccino. As we descend on spooky season, though, it’s time to explore Halloween Town for some new secret menu inspiration…
Besides Hocus Pocus and classic horror films, what other movie do you automatically think of when it comes to Halloween? The Nightmare Before Christmas, of course! This Jack Skellington Frappuccino is the perfect way to kick off the creepy this year.
How to Order a Jack Skellington Frappuccino
We have Totally the Bomb to thank for this spooky seasonal treat. First, you’re going to start off with a Venti Pumpkin Spice Frappuccino. Next, you’ll ask for a shot of chai and an espresso shot. The chai is to help bring together those warm notes of fall we love so much, and the espresso shot is to make it a little dirty. You don’t want to be falling asleep in a place like Halloween Town, now do you?
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It’s feeling like fall here finally in AZ so had to try out this secret frap: JACK SKELLINGTON FRAPPUCCINO🎃💀🧡 How to order: -Pumpkin Spice Frappuccino -Chai syrup -Shot of espresso (for the coffee lovers) -Mocha drizzle on sides of cup -Whipped cream on top -Java chips • • • #starbucks #jackskellington #jackskellingtonfrappuccino #pumpkinking
After it’s been blended together, ask for mocha drizzle on the inside of the cup, much like a S’mores Frappuccino. After it’s poured, finish the whole thing off with a fluffy cloud of whipped cream and some java chips on top. Delicious!
How Long Will It Be Available?
Since the main component is a Pumpkin Spice Frappuccino, that means this drink will only be seasonal. As sad as that may be, that only makes it that much sweeter! Jump on it while you can so you don’t regret it by the time winter rolls around. Keep your barista in mind, too, if you order this one at the drive-thru—Starbucks baristas aren’t trained on secret menu drinks, so you’ll have to have the recipe ready at the window.