How To Order A Taylor Swift Lavender Haze Drink From Starbucks

If you're a fan of floral lattes and other flowery beverages, you may have skimmed over the title and been excited at the thought that Starbucks was finally offering a lavender-flavored drink. Well, we hate to disappoint you, but as far as we know, Starbucks has yet to introduce lavender syrup as an option here in the U.S., although it seems to have offered a honey lavender latte in Canada at one time. Instead, the Lavender Haze drink takes its name from a Taylor Swift song, as all of the singer's fans are surely aware.

Even if lavender lovers are out of luck, Swifties will want to try this new drink, as will those who like to be up on all of the latest secret menu creations. Bear in mind, however, that Starbucks baristas are unlikely to share your enthusiasm for the latest complicated TikTok creation. In order to lighten their load, it's important to know exactly what is in your drink, both the ingredients and the proper proportions. Luckily, the creators of the Taylor Swift Lavender Haze have kindly shared the exact recipe for you to copy down (or screenshot, as the case may be).

The Lavender Haze drink is actually passion fruit-flavored

The recipe we're sharing comes from a TikTok video, as do most such Starbucks secret menu creations of late. The video itself does not provide the recipe, but rather just shows two drinks which are, in fact, a pretty shade of light purple. The soundtrack, of course, is the Swift hit that gave the drink its name. In the comments section, however, is where we find the recipe, shared by one of the video creators in response to someone who asked the obvious question: "How do I order it?"

The drink starts off with a base of "passion tea" (presumably Iced Passion Tango Tea from the Starbucks menu) to which soy milk is added. As some in the TikTok comments section pointed out, other milks would work as well if you prefer a different type or have an allergy to the soy kind. To sweeten the drink, the video creators used six pumps of vanilla syrup for a venti-sized drink, although, again, the sweetening level could be adjusted to your own personal taste. If you do decide to order this drink, you can do so via the app or website as all of these modifications are possible there. If you order it in-store, however, it's best to do so at a time when the baristas aren't too busy as going off-menu might take them out of their groove. It's only polite, as well to leave an extra-nice tip to compensate them for their trouble.