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You Can Get A Virgin Mai Tai Off The Starbucks Secret Menu That Will Give You All The Tiki Vibes

Picture yourself at a tiki bar with a tropical drink in your hand, under a dried grass roof, listening to some relaxing music and watching the waves roll in.

Chances are, you imagined yourself with a Mai Tai cocktail – a signature Tiki-themed, tropical staple.

The good news is that now you can get your tropical on even if you aren’t at the beach with the Virgin Mai Tai on the Starbucks Secret Menu.

This creamy blend of pineapple, coconut and orange will have you feeling the ocean breeze from wherever you are.

Just be sure to grab the recipe below – this drink definitely can’t be found on the regular Starbucks menu!

How to Order a Virgin Mai Tai

Purchase a bottle of orange juice from the Grab and Go section of the store.

Take note that Starbucks can only make drinks with ingredients from their stores – so you can’t bring your own orange juice in.

Ask the barista to pour the Orange Juice in a Grande Cup to the first line.

Add coconut milk to fill the rest of the cup and shake with ice.

Add 6 pumps of Pineapple Ginger Syrup.

Top with Pineapple Cold Foam (Cold Foam blended with Pineapple Ginger Syrup)

Don’t forget to thank and tip your Barista for helping you take a mental tropical vacation!

If you are looking for other secret menu items with Orange Juice, check out our Orange Dreamsicle Float and our Orange Lemon Smoothie.

Virgin Mai Tai

Virgin Mai Tai

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

Ingredients

  • Orange Juice
  • Coconut Milk
  • Pineapple Ginger Syrup
  • Cold Foam

Instructions

  1. Purchase a bottle of Orange Juice from the Grand and Go display
  2. Ask the barista to pour the Orange Juice into a Grande Cup to the 1st line
  3. Add Ice, Coconut Milk and shake to combine.
  4. Add 6 pumps of Pineapple Ginger Syrup
  5. Top with Cold Foam blended with 2 pumps of Pineapple Ginger Syrup

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