Starbucks’ Secret Menu Salted Caramel White Mocha Cold Brew Is a Fall Must-Try

We're ordering one ASAP.

It’s no secret—pun intended—that we’ve been big fans of Starbucks’ secret menu for years. What’s not to love? There are so many options that are perfect for those of us who think, and drink, outside the box.

Now, there’s a new addition to the hallowed collection of secret menu items, and we’re running out the door to get our hands on one. If you haven’t tried the Salted Caramel White Mocha Cold Brew from Starbucks yet, here’s why you need to snag one for yourself.

How to Order Your Own

As with any secret menu item (like this incredible Cookies & Cream Frappuccino), there’s a trick to placing your order to ensure you get what your taste buds are craving. And you definitely want to be sure you do this right, so you end up with this delightful confection:

Isn’t it glorious?! According to TotallytheBomb, ask the barista for a Venti Cold Brew with four pumps of white mocha, salted cream cold foam and extra caramel drizzle. And just like that, you’ll have the perfect fall drink! (Bonus, it’ll also give you plenty of energy to get through the day.)

What Else Is on the Secret Menu?

If this is your first time hearing about this most miraculous of menus, you should know there are tons of other fabulous drinks on it. Round out summer with a Fruit Punch Drink or a Piña Colada Frappuccino, or opt for something sweeter, like the Peanut Butter Cup Frappuccino. (And don’t worry about your diet—there’s also a Skinny Pink Drink.)

If all this talk of going off-menu has you wondering what you can order at a variety of different places, check out our list of restaurants you never knew had secret menu items.

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Emily Hannemann
Emily adores both food and writing, so combining those passions as a writer for Taste of Home makes perfect sense. Her work has also appeared in Birds & Blooms and on TV Insider. When she’s not eating peanut butter straight from the jar, you'll find her running or birdwatching. Emily is currently a journalism graduate student at the University of Missouri.