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Don’t Be Sus – This New Imposter Drink at Starbucks is Out of this World!

During this pandemic, we have been playing a huge amount of Among Us.

If you have not been paying attention, Among Us is a space themed online game where there is an Imposter trying to knock off the Crew Mates.

The whole point of the game is to determine who is acting “sus” (suspicious) and find out who the Imposter is before you get axed.

The Imposter Drink was born from all of these things.

Its colors are bright and colorful like the Crewmates, and it looks like its a Star Drink – but something about those colors is a little sus….

The Imposter Drink actually tastes like a Raspberry Lime cooler!

This creamy, refreshing drink has the tart taste of lime tempered by the sweet taste of raspberry and vanilla.

When you drink it, you will never suspect that it started out as a Star Drink.

Just be sure to grab the recipe below. This drink can only be found on the Starbucks Secret Menu and is NOT on the regular Starbucks menu.

How to Order an Imposter Drink

Start out by ordering a Venti Star Drink with no inclusions (kiwi fruit pieces). A Star Drink is starfruit juice and kiwi juice shaken with coconut milk.

Add 2 pumps of Raspberry Syrup.

Top with Vanilla Sweet Cream Foam blended with Strawberry Puree. Finish the topping with a sprinkling of Matcha Powder and Dragon Fruit Inclusions.

Don’t forget to thank and tip your Barista for making you something out of this world.

The Imposter Drink

The Imposter Drink

Yield: 1
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes

Ingredients

  • Star Drink
  • Raspberry Syrup
  • Vanilla Sweet Cream Foam
  • Strawberry Puree
  • Matcha Powder
  • Dragon Fruit Inclusions

Instructions

  1. Order a Venti Star Drink with NO Kiwi Fruit Inclusions
  2. Add 2 pumps Raspberry Syrup
  3. Top with Vanilla Sweet Cream Foam blended with Strawberry Puree
  4. Sprinkle with Dragon Fruit Inclusions and Matcha Powder

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