You Can Now Order A Winnie The Pooh Frappuccino From The Starbucks Secret Menu

The Starbucks secret menu is the gift that keeps on giving. Since none of the drinks are technically official offerings, it makes the potential for new and yummy drinks practically endless since you’re just making it up as you go along. The latest invention comes courtesy of TikToker @coffeefanatics who invented a Winnie the Pooh Frappuccino that looks crazy delicious and relatively simple to order!


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♬ original sound – Ryan Gawlik

  1. Why didn’t this exist before? @coffeefanatics, whose real name is Ryan Gawlik, was inspired to make this after a customer came into the Starbucks where he’s a barista and asked if such a thing as a Winnie the Pooh drink existed. After looking around online, he realized it didn’t, so he set out to make one of his own.
  2. The Winnie the Pooh Frappuccino is the drink of dreams. It’s exactly what you’d expect of a drink named after everyone’s favorite chubby little cubby: a Vanilla Bean Frappuccino with added honey, cinnamon powder, cinnamon dolce, and caramel drizzle. The drink as a whole looks white with gold throughout, kinda like Pooh’s honey pot, right?
  3. Gawlik thinks the drink tastes “exactly like a graham cracker.” That sounds like the perfect taste to me, so if you also like the malty, honey-ish flavor of graham crackers, you’ll be sold on this. I don’t know about you but I’m desperate to try it!
  4. Order one the next time you’re at Starbucks, but remember it’s not actually on the menu! You can’t just walk in and order a Winnie the Pooh Frappuccino by name since the barista will likely look at you as if you’ve lost your mind. Instead, you’ll have to order it as a custom drink as listed above. Remember to be super polite and try to pick a time when things aren’t too hectic, like the morning rush hour, to order this since it might take a little extra time. Happy drinking!
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