What's In The Starbucks Orange Drink? The New Secret Menu Item Is Like Summer In A Cup

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Every now and then, a creation from Starbucks' Secret Menu comes along and takes the entire Instagram-loving world by storm. But this summer, the coffee chain's unofficial Secret Menu has given birth to a range of fruity, rainbow-inspired drinks that are perfect for the season. The latest drink to set off an internet frenzy? Starbucks' Orange Drink, a citrusy concoction that's pretty much the ideal summer beverage. So what is in the Orange Drink exactly, you may ask? Let's unpack this together.

By now, you've probably caught wind of Starbucks' Pink Drink and Purple Drink, both of which were widely documented on Instagram and Twitter. But now, it's time to try their newly introduced cousin, the Orange Drink. FoodBeast recently got all the deets from Starbucks store manager, Eric Olson. As he described, the Orange Drink consists of just three main ingredients: orange mango juice, two scoops of vanilla bean powder poured over ice, and a topping of coconut milk over the whole thing. So simple, yet oh so yummy.

The best part is that it can be customized to fit your personal taste. You can get it shaken (as you would any other iced Starbucks drink) or fizzed, for a more carbonated, bubbly taste.

No matter how you order it, it's pretty much guaranteed to be delicious. It's official: orange is the new pink (and purple).

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