Up first, we have to talk about the Cinderella Latte. As you might expect from the name, the Cinderella Latte was actually a Disney-inspired drink that originated in the parks.
We recently wrote about the Cinderella Latte and found ourselves curious about this interesting (and very seasonal) drink of choice. As Delish explained, this latte is a hybrid of a white mocha and a pumpkin spice latte, making it only available when the PSL is in stores.
While you can’t just walk up to the register and ask for a Cinderella Latte (your barista will look at you with disdain and confusion), knowing how to make this drink will make your life so much easier.
Heading up to the barista, you will want to first order a Pumpkin Spice Latte. (You can choose hot or iced with this drink, making it a very versatile secret menu item.) But, you are going to change out the pumps, so that half of them are Pumpkin Spice and half are White Mocha.
If you know how many pumps are in the drink you are ordering, then you can always customize the latte perfectly to get the ratio of pumpkin spice and white mocha you want to get a Cinderella Latte the way you want it.
When the first half of the IT movie remake was released in 2017, Starbucks and their fans honored the film with its own Frappuccino. And now that IT: Chapter 2 has made it into theaters, it makes sense that the frozen beverage would be making a comeback, even if it’s only with the help of secret menu lovers.
As Delish pointed out recently, this drink is inspired by Pennywise himself. And while it may not be on official menus at this time, it is all over social media. The IT Frappuccino is white and red, thanks to the use of vanilla and strawberries, making it a perfect representation of the horror movie.
Once again, we are talking about a super simple drink that your barista really won’t hate you for (hopefully). Just remember, not to order this as the IT Frappuccino, because they won’t have a clue what you are talking about.
Instead, in order to get this drink, you will simply order a vanilla bean Frappuccino and have strawberry puree added on top. The red from the strawberry will drip down into the vanilla bean base and give you the bloody effect that truly makes this an IT inspired drink.