There is no limit to the lengths we can go to get into the spooky spirit of Halloween.
This includes your Starbucks order, of course!
Here we take a look at the best Starbucks Halloween drinks – so even if you’re stuck in the office on October 31st, you can still celebrate with some yummy sips.
12 Starbucks Halloween Drinks (Spooky Orders To Try)
The Frappula is Starbucks' version of Frappuccino meets Dracula, even down to the “bloody” vampire marks on top.
The drink is a layer of mocha sauce followed by a layer of whipped cream (yes, on the bottom).
Then add a layer of white chocolate mocha drizzle and, depending on your location/preference, topped with either strawberry or raspberry syrup.
This Starbucks Halloween drink only has about 5mg of caffeine, so it’s a great Starbucks option for kids.
Alternatively, you can choose to add a shot of espresso for an extra boost.
Unfortunately, it's only on the Starbucks menu from October 27th through the 31st, so you’ll have to set a reminder on your calendar for this one.
However, the ingredients for these Starbucks Halloween drinks are available year-round, so if you can describe it to your barista, you can enjoy this one anytime.
2. Wednesday Addams Drink
Also known as the Wednesday Addams Cold Brew, this secret menu option has been become a viral Starbucks TikTok drink.
It is a Venti-sized cold brew with 6 pumps of mocha syrup and Starbucks cold foam mixed with a scoop of vanilla bean powder (sometimes with extra vanilla syrup on top).
The drink contains 30 grams of sugar, and 170 calories, which actually isn’t that bad for a sweet treat.
However, it does have a whopping 310 mg of caffeine, so we wouldn't recommend drinking these Starbucks Halloween drinks past 3 pm.
3. Jack O Lantern Frappuccino
The Jack O Lantern is a fun twist on Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Frappuccino that you'll have to try if you're looking for a decadent dessert.
It's a secret menu item but one of the most straightforward ones to remember and ask your barista for.
Simply ask for a Grande Pumpkin Spice Frappuccino blended with one scoop of java chips and topped with mocha drizzle.
It also works really well with Starbucks toffee nut syrup.
Delicious! Just be warned that this is not an everyday drink. With over 440 calories and 68 grams of sugar, this sugar high is a once-in-awhile treat.
4. Werewolf Frappuccino
Why is this Starbucks' new Halloween drink called the Werewolf Frappuccino? Because it’ll keep you howling for more, of course!
This is another yummy secret menu Frappuccino that will definitely give you a sugar high.
To order the Starbucks Werewolf Drink, you’ll need to ask your barista for a Grande Mocha Cookie Crumble Frappuccino with extra mocha sauce on the bottom of the cup.
Then, instead of cookie crumbles and mocha drizzle on top, ask for strawberry puree. There you have it!
The base Frappuccino has 480 calories, 55 grams of sugar, and a hefty 25 grams of fat from the sugar and whipped cream.
To make it a tad healthier, you can ask your barista to use 2% milk instead of whole milk.
Some variations of this drink call it the Wolfman Frappuccino, but we think werewolf sounds cooler.
5. Frankenstein Frappuccino
The Frankenstein Frappuccino, or Franken for short, used to be on the official Starbucks menu around Halloween.
It’s not anymore, but you can still get it if you know what to ask for.
Ask your barista for a Matcha Crème Frappuccino with half a shot of white mocha syrup and half a shot of peppermint syrup.
Have them blend it with java chips and top with whipped cream, chocolate or mocha drizzle, and cookie crumbles.
Be forewarned that you will be up-charged for all of the extras, but it’ll be totally worth it. The Franken is often described as a caffeinated version of mint chocolate chip ice cream.
6. Witch’s Brew Crème Frappuccino
You won't have to remember all the ingredients for these Starbucks halloween drinks because the Witch's Brew Crème Frappuccino is on the official Starbucks menu around Halloween time.
According to Starbucks, “This delicious orange crème flavor drink is dotted with imaginary Bat Warts and Lizard Scales.”
In reality, you can expect a Grande Vanilla Bean Frappuccino mixed with Starbucks Orange Flavored Purple Powder, green-dyed chia seeds, and green sprinkles on top of whipped cream.
The combination of powder and chia makes it a spooky green and violet drink.
A Grande size of this witch's brew Frappuccino will be 390 calories and include 53 grams of sugar.
However, it is caffeine-free, so it's a fun option for kids.
If your child has an issue with textured foods like chia seeds, though, the witches brew Frappuccino is still excellent without.
7. Jack Skellington Frappuccino
If you love pumpkin spice but want something different from the regular pumpkin spice latte, the Jack Skellington secret menu Frappuccino will be right up your alley.
Ask for a Pumpkin Spice Frappuccino blended with a shot of chai syrup in a cup that has mocha sauce on the sides.
Top with whipped cream and java chips for a delicious fall treat.
To make a Dirty Jack Skellington, simply ask for a shot of espresso to be added.
The base drink already has 100mg of caffeine, but an extra shot will bring it up to 175mg if you need that extra wake-up call.
Unlike most of the other Starbucks Halloween drinks on our list, the Jack Skellington Frappuccino one can also be ordered hot.
Simply ask for a dirty chai tea latte with pumpkin syrup, and ask them to top with whipped cream, and java chips.
8. Sally Frappuccino
It wouldn't be fair to have a Jack Skellington without a Sally Skellington Frappuccino!
This ghoulish-looking drink is a Vanilla Bean Frappuccino blended with matcha powder that gets put in a caramel-drizzled cup.
It's the matcha powder which changes the vanilla bean Frappuccino color in the bottom of the cup.
Top with whipped cream and bright red strawberry puree. If you'd like, you can have freeze-dried strawberries added on top!
While this recipe sits on our Starbucks Halloween drinks list, the ingredients for this secret menu item are available year-round, so you can let this green and red beauty carry you all the way through the Christmas holiday.
9. Zero Frappuccino
The Zero Frappuccino pays homage to the little ghost puppy named Zero from The Nightmare Before Christmas.
The result is a ghostly white Frappuccino with a red "collar" and a cute orange nose.
This Starbucks secret menu Frappuccino is easy to ask your barista for. Simply ask for Grande White Mocha Cream Frappuccino with one pump of peppermint syrup.
Then request a layer of strawberry puree before they top with whipped cream and a sprinkle of pumpkin spice latte topping and a drizzle of pumpkin sauce.
The whipped cream and strawberry should give you a beautiful layered look.
The White Mocha Cream Frappuccino has 95mg of caffeine, so if you're ordering this one for a young child, I recommend swapping out the base Frappuccino for a White Chocolate Crème, which is caffeine-free.
10. Candy Corn Cold Brew
The Candy Corn Cold Brew might be the sweetness your morning commute needs.
Not meant to look like candy corn but rather taste like the seasonal candy, this secret menu item is easy to order at the window or directly in the Starbucks app.
Start by asking for a Venti Pumpkin Cream Cold Brew. Then swap out the included 3 pumps of vanilla syrup for 3 pumps of white mocha drizzle.
You can then ask for whipped cream or cold foam on top.
Last, ask for a pump of pumpkin spice to be added to the sweet cream!
The Venti candy corn cold brew will have 310 calories, 40 grams of sugar, and a whopping 275mg of caffeine. Bottoms up!
11. Winifred Sanderson Frappuccino
For most Americans, Halloween can't be celebrated without viewing the classic "Hocus Pocus." Well, how about a sweet viewing treat?
The Winifred Sanderson Frappuccino is a Green Tea Frappuccino with one pump of white mocha syrup and one pump of peppermint syrup.
Ask for crushed dried strawberries on top of your whipped cream, and you're good to go!
A Grande size will set you back nearly 450 calories with this one, so bear in mind that the green color doesn't always indicate that it's healthy.
Additionally, there are 16 grams of fat and 70 mg of caffeine.
12. Zombie Frappuccino
As green is often the color of monsters and ghouls, it’s no surprise that the Green Tea Frappuccino is the base of so many of our Halloween Starbucks drinks, including this one – the Zombie Frappuccino.
While it was one of the official Starbucks Halloween drinks in 2017, they still have the ingredients for you to order it to your liking today.
Just ask for a Grande Green Tea Frappuccino with raspberry syrup instead of the classic syrup.
Finally, for your Zombie's brains, ask for the barista top with whipped cream and add strawberry puree and strawberry inclusions.
This will turn the whipped cream pink and complete the look!
The result is a sweet drink that takes green tea to the next level!
How To Order Halloween Drinks At Starbucks
Can you customize Starbucks Halloween drinks? Absolutely.
As you can see from our guide, most of these drinks are on what is called the Starbucks secret menu.
But as long as your local Starbucks has the ingredients available and you know the recipe for your desired drink, your barista will be happy to help you out.
Can I order these drinks even if it’s not Halloween? Yes!
Again, as long as the ingredients are on hand, you can order these drinks any time of year.
The only exceptions will be the drinks with pumpkin spice as a base, because Starbucks only stocks that seasonally.
How much are the Halloween drinks at Starbucks? The average price for a Grande Frappuccino is $3.95.
Keeping that in mind with the add-ins your drink includes, expect to pay about $5 per drink.
Some dairy alternatives, like Starbucks soy milk, coconut milk, and almond milk will cost extra, so expect to pay about $0.50 more to add them to Starbucks halloween drinks.
You'll also pay slightly more for your Starbucks syrups and sauces in your secret menu drinks. A mocha drizzle is the most popular option, but you can add white mocha sauce, cinnamon dolce syrup, or any classic syrup to your drink.
These will all cost extra, but the popular mocha drizzle or match powder will usually cost about $0.50, depending on the size of your drink.
Can I order Starbucks Halloween drinks at Starbucks App? In some cases, yes.
For example, the Candy Corn Cold Brew is easy to customize in the app. Other drinks that are more complicated, like the Wednesday Addams Drink, are better off verbally told to your barista.
For the best experience, we recommend visiting your local Starbucks during non-peak hours and having your chosen recipe in hand.
Common Starbucks Halloween Drink Questions
How do I get the Starbucks Halloween Secret Menu?
There isn’t an official Halloween Starbucks drinks secret menu. After all… it’s a secret! Instead, find your favorite drink above, and make sure to give your barista very clear instructions. They will probably already be familiar with the drinks that have gone viral on social media.
Are Starbucks cups Halloween when you order these drinks?
Starbucks doesn’t serve their Halloween drinks in special Halloween cups. However, that doesn’t mean you can’t get a Starbucks Halloween cup. In 2021, they released a line of cups and tumblers for Halloween, so we expect to see them for sale again.
What are popular Starbucks drink Halloween costumes?
Although there aren’t any officially licensed Starbucks costumes (yet), your imagination is the only limiting factor on fun Starbucks Halloween costumes. Pinterest has a treasure trove of ideas for Starbucks costumes to get you started.
Conclusion - Try A Spooky Treat Today!
Costumes, candy, decorations, whipped cream, and Starbucks seasonal Halloween drinks. What more can you ask for this Halloween?
Whether you’re sitting in a Starbucks working or trekking across campus, we recommend trying one or all of these delicious Halloween drinks.
Then, make sure to come back and tell us what you think!