Starbucks Secret Menu Iced Coffee Drinks You Need To Try Next

There's nothing like a cool iced coffee to get your day started. It's wonderful to have when the weather starts to warm up and a great way to get your fill of caffeine in a sweet, refreshing way. You can brew your own iced coffee at home, though there's a good chance that it might be too weak, watered down, or something else that just makes a cup of homemade iced coffee just not as good as what you might find elsewhere. Unless you've perfected the method at home, you likely go to a local coffee shop or fast food joint to pick up a cup of masterfully crafted Iced coffee. If you aren't picking it up from Mcdonald's or Wendy's, then you're likely picking it up from a Starbucks.

Starbucks is known for its extensive coffee and beverage menu, with loads of seasonal and standard beverages for you to enjoy. The coffee chain is also known for having a long secret coffee menu with an almost countless number of different beverages you can ask for and enjoy. If you prefer iced coffee over hot mochas and frappuccinos, then you're in luck because there's enough iced coffee on Starbucks' secret menu for everyone to enjoy. Here are some of Starbucks' secret menu iced coffee drinks, so the next time you find yourself at one of these coffee shops, you know what to order.

Chocolate Mousse Cold Brew

Who doesn't love a decadent chocolate mousse? You can make the rich dessert at home in many ways, even with limited ingredients. If you're at a Starbucks, though, you won't really see any chocolate mousse, or any mousse for that matter, on their menus or on display. You also aren't going to see any chocolate mousse flavored items on their menu — their standard menu, that is. There's a secret menu iced drink you can order that takes the incredible dessert and turns it into an unforgettable cold brew.

The Chocolate Mousse Cold Brew starts off with the same base ingredient as most of the iced coffees on this list. First, ask for a Venti Cold Brew with sweet cream cold foam. Then ask to add two pumps of vanilla (as per Fast Food Menu Prices). After this, request that your drink have four pumps of mocha in the drink and an extra two pumps of mocha in the drink's foam. Finally, ask that the drink be topped with the crumbled cookie bits you'll find on a Mocha Cookie Crumble from Starbucks. This iced drink is just as rich and amazing as chocolate mousse. 

Honey Bee Cold Brew

The next iced beverage on this list is the Honey Bee Cold Brew. The name itself entails sweet things, so that alone makes us excited to share this drink with you. The Honey Bee Cold Brew is a honey-filled iced beverage made by adding honey's sweet flavors to one of the preexisting drinks on the Starbucks menu. According to PopSugar, the Honey Bee Cold Brew is made using a flavored iced coffee, along with almond milk, cold foam, honey syrup, and to finish things off, the toasted honey topping, if it's in stock.

To order this secret drink from Starbucks, first, you need to ask for a Venti Honey Almond Milk Cold Brew with light ice (via Totally the Bomb) before asking for your barista to add two pumps of vanilla syrup, along with a vanilla sweet cream cold foam. Finally, to give this honey iced coffee the taste of honey, you can ask your barista to top the drink off with some honey and some of their toasted honey topping. After that, you're ready to sip on a refreshingly cold coffee drink and enjoy the sweet, incredible taste of honey blended with some of Starbucks' iconic iced coffee.

Iced Dirty Chai

You probably don't like the sound of having a dirty drink, but when it comes to dirty chai, the name is relatively deceiving because the drink isn't dirty and would only make a mess if you happened to spill it. According to The Spruce Eats, dirty chai is made of a shot of espresso, along with a black chai tea and steamed milk. It doesn't have as strong of a coffee taste as a mug of pure coffee and can be served hot or cold. It's possible to order this drink from Starbucks if you don't want to try to make it yourself.

You can get an Iced Dirty Chai from Starbucks in several ways. The first means of ordering this beverage is to just order an Iced Caffè Latte, along with several pumps of chai syrup (as per Sweet Steep), or you can ask for an Iced Chai Tea Latte and ask for espresso shots to be added into it (via Hack the Menu). You'll likely pick up hints of nutmeg and can also ask to add a bit of cinnamon if you so choose. No matter how you ask your barista to make this dirty iced drink, you're in for a sweet, somewhat spicy treat.

Junior Mints Cold Brew

There are lots of different mint-flavored candies we like to grab and have when we're watching Netflix, going to the movies, or just want a sweet, minty treat in general. One of these candies is Junior Mints, which are made of a delicious peppermint cream center coated in chocolate to create a rich, fresh candy to enjoy. You can't exactly drink Junior Mint candies, but if you've ever wanted a cold, caffeinated drink that replicates the incredible taste of the candy, then there's an iced coffee on the Starbucks secret menu that replicates the flavor in an iced coffee. 

Starbucks' Junior Mints Cold Brew can be created by asking the barista for a Venti Cold Brew, then requesting the addition of three pumps of both regular and white mocha (via TotallyTheBomb). Then, politely ask your barista if they can add some vanilla sweet cream foam into the drink, along with two pumps of peppermint syrup and one pump of matcha, which gives this drink an extra minty green color. You can also ask for a topping of mocha crumble if you want to add more chocolate to the drink. Ask for all this, and you'll have a minty, chocolatey iced coffee perfect for any mint lover.

Hocus Pocus Latte

When the crisp weather of autumn rolls in, so do many seasonal beverages at Starbucks, most notably their pumpkin spice latte. However, not everything needs to be about the iconic pumpkin drink during this season, and you might find yourself wanting something a little more magical. "Hocus Pocus" is an iconic Halloween movie that's perfect to watch on an October night to celebrate the spooky holiday. If you want a spooky, witchy-themed drink, however, you don't have to wait for a full moon to have this secret menu item, so when the Pumpkin Spice Latte is in season, you can elevate it by ordering a Hocus Pocus Iced Latte.

The Hocus Pocus Iced Latte won't put a curse on you, but it will certainly taste magical once you order it from your nearest Starbucks. According to Chip and Co, in order to craft this drink, you should ask your barista for a Venti Iced Pumpkin Spice Latte with an additional two pumps of both white mocha and apple brown sugar syrup. After this, request a cinnamon dolce topping and extra caramel drizzle to really add the magic to this drink. The next time fall approaches, be prepared to try out this iced latte and get a taste of all the incredible flavors of the season.

Cookies and Cream Cold Brew

Ah, cookies and cream. The incredible flavor is a favorite of many, and you'll find many ice cream cakes, ice cream sandwiches, or even protein shakes in this flavor. Cookies and cream has clearly taken the nation by storm, and though you generally can't find any cookies and cream drinks on Starbucks' general menu, you can find this flavored beverage as a frappuccino or an iced coffee on their secret menu.

If you want to get a Cookies and Cream Cold Brew at Starbucks, you'll first need to request vanilla and white mocha flavor addition to your iced coffee, along with a cold mocha foam (via Coffee at Three). You can also ask for bits of mocha crumble topping to be mixed into your drink and sprinkled on top to make the experience of sipping on this iced beverage all the more similar to a cookies and cream milkshake, just with coffee! If you're someone who absolutely adores anything cookies and cream flavor, and you're also a frequent Starbucks customer, then you should absolutely try this secret drink.

Baby Yoda Cold Brew

Grogu, better known to many as Baby Yoda from "The Mandalorian," was pretty much everywhere for a good chunk of time and can still be found on t-shirts, plushies, and any other Star Wars merchandise you may come across during the day. You were likely met with lots of cute Baby Yoda-themed treats as well. Though it's not on Starbucks' menu in stores, you can find yourself with a sweet Grogu-themed iced coffee if you know how to ask for it.

The Baby Yoda Cold Brew is made by asking for a regular Venti Cold Brew, then four pumps of white mocha flavoring (via Chip and Co). Then, you ask the barista for some sweet cream foam to be poured on top of the drink, along with a scoop of matcha powder — for the green, of course. This will result in a coffee-colored drink with a green, foamy top — just like how Baby Yoda was depicted in the show, and likely just as sweet. Even if you haven't watched "The Mandalorian," this is still a great secret menu to try out, and you may even taste the magic of the force in each sip.

Cinnamon Roll Cold Brew

Cinnamon is a wonderfully warm spice often added to sweet snacks, pastries, and, most importantly for this list, hot and cold beverages to give them a little more flavor. Starbucks has a long list of cinnamon-flavored drinks on their regular menu, including their Iced Cinnamon Dolce Latte or their Cinnamon Almond Milk Macchiato (via Starbucks). These drinks certainly add a little extra spice to a coffee lover's life, but have you ever wanted an iced coffee drink that tastes closer to a cinnamon roll instead of having a general cinnamon flavor? Well, there's an iced coffee on Starbucks' secret menu that fits that profile, as well.

Starbucks' Cinnamon Roll Cold Brew is made like this: Order a Venti Cold Brew, and ask that four pumps of white mocha be added to the drink (via Totally the Bomb). Also, be sure to ask for the cinnamon in the form of two pumps of cinnamon dolce in foam. To finish the drink and give it an extra hint of cinnamon, ask that the drink be topped with a helpful amount of cinnamon. The white mocha flavoring acts as the "roll" part of this cinnamon roll-flavored drink, while the cinnamon really transforms this drink and gives it the comforting flavor we adore. If you love cinnamon rolls, this Starbucks drink is a wonderful secret beverage to try out.

Liquid Cocaine

Don't worry: Liquid Cocaine doesn't contain any actual cocaine in it. The name just refers to the fact that the beverage is so good that you'll likely want to order it again and again after you've tried it. When you order this secret menu beverage, you might not want to order it by its name to avoid some concerned stares, but instead, just list out all of the ingredients you want in this drink. It's one of the strongest caffeinated iced drinks you can order from Starbucks' secret menu, so you may make sure you really need the caffeine packed in this iced coffee before ordering.

The ingredients used to make Liquid Cocaine are pretty easy to remember, as there are only three of them- including the cup of ice. Order a grande cup of ice, along with four pumps of white chocolate syrup to go over the ice (via StarbucksSecretMenu). Then, ask for four – yes, you heard that right — shots of espresso, and there you have it. That much caffeine is enough to energize anyone, so we recommend caution with this iced drink, but if you need a drink of just sugar and caffeine, then this beverage is just that.

Chocolate-Covered Strawberry Cold Brew

Chocolate-covered strawberries are a fruity, chocolate-y, and delicious dessert to have at any time. They're a great way to celebrate the coming of spring or summer, though there's one issue with the treat — the chocolate melts rather quickly in the heat. There is a way to solve this, though. If you're on the go and want a chocolate strawberry-flavored sweet, then you can find that incredible flavor in the form of a Starbucks beverage. This next iced coffee, which can be found on Starbucks' secret menu, is the Chocolate-Covered Strawberry Cold Brew.

According to Best Products, the chocolate-strawberry iced coffee drink is made by taking Starbucks' typical Venti Cold Brew and asking for two pumps of both white mocha and raspberry syrup. After your barista gets all this down, continue to request a cold foam to rest atop the drink, made from both a sweet and pink colored strawberry puree, along with chocolate curls, to provide an extra note of chocolate flavor. This drink not only looks beautiful, but it tastes wonderful as well, and the pink color of the drink makes it a wonderful beverage to have in the spring, summer, or even in February.

Salted Caramel White Mocha Cold Brew

There's nothing like the taste of a piece of salted caramel candy. Caramel can be used alongside chocolate to make for a rich and wholly delicious flavor experience. There's an item on Starbucks' constantly growing secret menu, as well, which was only created a couple of years ago. The Salted Caramel White Mocha Cold Brew is certainly a mouthful to try to say, but when you get a mouthful of the actual drink, you'll find that it was most definitely worth the hassle of trying to order it.

A barista on Reddit claimed that she and one of her coworkers were huge fans of salted caramel mocha but not a fan of iced espresso drinks or hot coffee. So they decided to make some cold foam with a pump mocha. Then they put some toffee nut syrup in the cold brew before topping off the foam with sugar sea salt. If you wanted to go further, then you could ask for an extra drizzle of caramel sauce to go over the foam. The white mocha pump tastes slightly like white chocolate, so the pairing of that flavor with the caramel is cozy and warm, despite the drink being iced.

Cookie Butter Iced Latte

Regular butter is a great ingredient for baking, spreading on top of pancakes, and even making some beverages, like a hot buttered rum. On the other hand, cookie butter is an even sweeter spread that elevates toast to a new level. You can make many delicious loaves of bread and cakes using cookie butter. Whatever you add cookie butter to is given a sweet spice flavor and made all the tastier. While you can't ask the Starbucks barista to mix some cookie butter into your iced coffee drink, there is a way to get a drink off their secret menu that tastes quite similar to the actual spread.

To get a Cookie Butter Iced Latte from Starbucks, you can ask the barista for a custom iced coffee taken right from a barista from the coffee chain (via TikTok). Simply ask for an Iced Chai Latte with brown sugar syrup and oat milk added to it. It supposedly tastes just like the cookie butter you might find at your local Trader Joe's, so if you've ever had that butter, and enjoyed it, then there's a pretty solid chance that you'll like this cookie butter iced latte. It might not be made with any actual cookie butter, but this secret menu item is as close as a coffee can get.