Starbucks > Secret Menu > Ferrero Rocher Frappuccino
Have you ever tasted the expensive and luxurious Ferrero Rocher chocolates before? Well now, the chocolate is mimicked in delectable drink from Starbucks. Of course, it’s on the secret menu, but we have the scoop for you. Are you ready to taste a drink that is like a million bucks?
What’s in it?
- Double chocolate chip Frappuccino
- 2-3 pumps of mocha syrup
- 1-2 pumps of hazelnut syrup
- Hazelnut drizzle on top
- Whipped cream (optional)
This drink even sounds like a dream. Thanks to the Internet, you’re able to drink it EVERY day!
How to order:
Since the secret menu is hush-hush, the Internet has all gathered on forums around the world and social media websites to post about their delicious combinations they’ve found and named them accordingly.
When you go into Starbucks, you’re going to have to ask to create a custom drink with the according ingredients. Your base drink will be the double chocolate chip frappe with the added pumps of syrups. Make sure to write it down as it’s a hefty amount to remember and you want to make sure you have the right pumps of the right syrups.
For a tall size (also known as a Starbucks small), there are 195 calories for the base drink alone, without whipped cream and with non-fat milk. There are 112.6mg of calcium in a tall with 2.3g of saturated fat. There are a total of 39.8g of carbs and 36.8g of sugar and minimal protein, coming in at 4.5g.
- Double chocolate chip frappe (tall) – $3.75
- Double chocolate chip frappe (grande) – $4.25
- Double chocolate chip frappe (venti) – $4.75
Of course, the price will go up when you add more things like X amount of pumps of syrups and anything that’s blended in afterwards. These are simply base prices for the blended base drinks.
If you crave this drink a lot, Starbucks also has an online store where you can purchase their syrups to create your own at home. If you have actual Ferraro Rocher chocolate, you can blend this into your drink, but that takes away from the mimicking the secret menu does with their combination.
Have you been able to order this drink? If so, what works best with it and was there anything that you blended in with it to make it that much better? Let us know below in the comments so we can pass it on to other secret menu lovers!