If you love mocha, try the Cocoa Puffs Frappuccino, a Starbucks secret menu drink that’s only available during the cold months. Find out how to order this beverage so it’s perfect every time.
Cocoa Puffs Frappuccino
Cocoa Puffs Frappuccino is a customized Starbucks Mocha Frappuccino that became popular enough to make it a secret menu item.
The drink is made with chestnut praline syrup and it’s a seasonal drink since the syrup is only available in the late fall and winter.
Starbucks baristas aren’t trained to make secret menu items since they’re not part of the Starbucks menu so you will need to order it by providing the drink recipe, including ingredients and specifications.
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How It Tastes
The chestnut praline syrup and mocha combine to create a sweet and nutty flavored drink but it doesn’t completely match up with the Cocoa Puffs cereal taste.
The mocha sauce is made with bittersweet chocolate, so you’ll taste a slight bitterness.
What’s in the Drink
- Base drink: Mocha Frappuccino
All secret menu drinks start with an official menu drink and this one is the Mocha Frappuccino.
- Customization for a grande drink: Add 2 pumps of chestnut praline syrup
Chestnut praline syrup is only available during the winter months, so this secret menu drink is only available while the syrup is in stock.
NOTE: Instead of chestnut praline syrup, you can also try it with toffee nut syrup, which will give the drink a nutty flavor.
How to Order the Drink
“Can I get a grande Mocha Frappuccino with 2 pumps chestnut praline?”
This drink has just one modification and it can be ordered in person or on the Starbucks app. On the app, choose Add Syrups, select Chestnut Praline Syrup, and change it to 2 pumps for a grande drink.
A grande size of the Cocoa Puffs Frappuccino costs $5.45 plus tax. The price will vary, depending on which Starbucks you buy the drink from.
It was $4.95 for the grande Mocha Frappuccino and $0.50 for pumps of syrup.
Questions You May Have
Yes, there’s caffeine in the mocha sauce, and the coffee Frappuccino base syrup in the Mocha Frappuccino. There’s 100 mg of caffeine in a grande.
Yes, you can replace the whole milk with oatmilk, or any of the other milks offered at Starbucks.
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