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You Can Get A Zombie Brains Drink Off Of The Starbucks Secret Menu And I Am In Halloween Bliss

Halloween is RIGHT around the corner! OK maybe not right around the corner, but some of us want Halloween all year round, so with it only being a couple months away has me super excited already!

So what better way to gear up for the frightful season, than with some Halloween inspired Secret Menu Drinks?! And boy do we have an amazing one to kick this spooky season off with!

Say hello to the Zombie Brains Drink! I think it’s safe to say that we all know how it got its name. It may look a little intimidating, but it tastes SO good.

The top of the beverage tastes like strawberries and cream ice cream while the bottom tastes like matcha ice cream. Mix it together and you’ll be in a frothy, fruity, and festive heaven!

This is THE perfect drink to kick off the Halloween season and I promise, it is SO worth it to try. This may be one of my favorite drinks. It tastes amazing and looks SO creative! Talk about Instagram worthy!

But before you run off to Starbucks and ask for the “Zombie Brains Drink”, you’ll want to scroll down first. Why? Because you’ll get some pretty funny looks from the baristas who will have no clue what you’re talking about.

This is because the drink isn’t on the actual Starbucks menu. This is a part of the Starbucks Secret Menu, created by baristas and customers from all over to bring us creative and innovative drinks using Starbucks ingredients! How cool is that?!

How To Order The Zombie Brains Drink

Start by order a Venti Iced Green Tea Latte.

Then, ask for one scoop of vanilla bean powder as well.

Then ask for sweet cream cold foam on top with strawberry puree added. (they may have to scrape off a little foam from the green tea latte to make room for it since they have to shake them now).

So once the Iced Green Tea Latte is poured into your cup and the strawberry sweet cream foam is added on top, you’re going to also ask them to pour a little extra strawberry puree on top of the entire drink. That gives it the “chunky brains” look. (Sorry, I couldn’t think of a less gross term for it!)

And that’s it! Follow these steps and you’ll have your very own Zombie Brains Drink, PERFECT for the Halloween season coming up! I can’t wait to make some more spooky goodness drinks soon!

After you try it, come back and let us know what you think! Have you tried some of our other Secret Menu Drinks? If so, let us know which ones! I would suggest trying the Frosted Lemonade and the Strawberry Dream Drink!

Zombie Brains Drink

Zombie Brains Drink

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

How to order the Zombie Brains Drink off the Starbucks Secret Menu

Ingredients

  • Green Tea Latte
  • Vanilla Bean Powder
  • Sweet Cream Cold Foam
  • Strawberry Puree
  • Ice

Instructions

  1. Start by order a Venti Iced Green Tea Latte.
  2. Then, ask for one scoop of vanilla bean powder as well.
  3. Then ask for sweet cream cold foam on top with strawberry puree added. (they may have to scrape off a little foam from the green tea latte to make room for it since they have to shake them now).
  4. So once the Iced Green Tea Latte is poured into your cup and the strawberry sweet cream foam is added on top, you’re going to also ask them to pour a little extra strawberry puree on top of the entire drink. That gives it the “chunky brains” look. (Sorry, I couldn’t think of a less gross term for it!)And that’s it!
  5. Follow these steps and you’ll have your very own Zombie Brains Drink, PERFECT for the Halloween season coming up! I can’t wait to make some more spooky goodness drinks soon!

Check out this TikTok Video below to see the right way to order this!

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