Starbucks Has 3 New Frappuccinos on Their Secret Valentine’s Day Menu

01/12/2016 at 11:50 AM ET

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Why stress about not having a partner for February 14th when you could surround yourself with the thing that truly matters: pink, chocolate-y Frappuccinos?

Starbucks‘ secret menu — which includes everything from butterbeer to the Frappula — will be here for you this Valentine’s Day with festive drinks that are as icy as your cold, cold heart.

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Tony Aguilar, a barista who works at a Starbucks in a Tuscon, AZ grocery store, came up with a few Valentine’s Day drinks to give out as samples….and everyone fell in love. “I was actually surprised with how popular they became,” Aguilar wrote on Reddit.

Here are his three creations, which you can order at any Starbucks. (They might not recognize the name, but just tell them the variations you want and they’ll be all over it.)

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The Love Bean Frappuccino

Vanilla Bean Frappuccino + raspberry syrup pumps + raspberry-infused whipped cream + chocolate curls.

The Valentine Frappuccino

Strawberries and Crème Frappuccino + raspberry syrup pumps + vanilla bean in the middle + blackberry on top + whipped cream.

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The Java Berry Frappuccino

Java Chip Frappuccino + raspberry infused whipped cream.

The perfect food pairing for a a V-day Frappuccino? A big bowl of the new Strawberry Shortcake M&Ms. (No love interest needed.)

—Maria Yagoda, @mariayagoda

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Hrbry36 on

Sounds like these would make delicious desserts–but please don’t order them as your morning “coffee!”

Anonymous on

Not all Starbucks have all of those ingredients! Just because some store in Arizona made them, don’t expect all stores to be able to make these for you.

Anonymous on

Yeah, we can’t make any of those drinks. We don’t have raspberry whipped cream, and you shouldn’t make it, and blackberry is a syrup from LAST SUMMER- so way home.

Anonymous on

I will also add that the love bean frappuccino calls for THREE different fraps layered just to make it. Your friendly neighborhood barista will not be so friendly anymore.

Lucy on

Keep in mind that your title is misleading. We don’t have “three new frappucinos” and most stores do not want to put three frappucinos in one cup. If that’s ordered you will most likely be charged for all three,as there is an enormous milk waste in making something like that. If corporate gives us an actual Valentine’s Day drink like they do with Halloween, it won’t come out until closer to the holiday.

viccidesign on

Skip starbucks and buy an empty box of chocolate for somebody you hate. http://www.emptyheartbox.com

Anonymous on

This person works at a licensed store not an actual corporate store, so his stand might carry products a corporate store doesn’t carry. TBH, I would like to see how much in up-charges he is ringing up to make these because a lot of customers do not realize the price increase for some of these “secret menu” drinks.

PLEASE STOP on

Starbucks does not have a “Secret Menu” and actual magazines using that term just makes it even worse for baristas having to deal with people having this assumption. A random barista in AZ making up drinks does not equate a “secret menu”… geez, customers think there is this real “menu” that is kept from the public unless they’ve found out the secret password from the internet. The drinks on the “secret menu” are just different combinations of ingredients that someone came up with somewhere, and I promise you that baristas do NOT know about every drink some random barista around the country has concocted and named. Now, most of the time, if YOU know what is in it, your barista can make it for you, BUT, these drinks in this article are ridiculous – good luck ordering something that requires making three different drinks. And I don’t work there anymore, so I have no idea if they are normally making raspberry-infused whipped cream around valentines day, but I know they aren’t going to make that for you on demand… good grief, do people even realize that a barista can’t “infuse” whipped cream just for you?? People Magazine apparently doesn’t.

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