If you've lost track of the creative Starbucks Frappuccinos that have hit the internet as of late, you're not alone. To make things a little easier, I'm going to tell you how to order a Narwhal "Frappuccino" at Starbucks. Yes. Narwhal. Didn't you hear? There's a Narwhal Kinda-Frappuccino-But-Not-Quite that people are now clamoring for. Just like the Unicorn Frapp. And Mermaid Frapp. And Dragon Frapp. Except narwhals are real animals and not mythical creatures that I like to pretend still really exist. I mean... uh....
Perhaps not surprisingly, the Narwhal drink comes from the same barista who invented the Mermaid Frapp: Jocelyn Freeman, AKA The Modern Barista. To be clear, the Narwhal "Frapp" isn't technically a Frappuccino; it doesn't seem to actually use a Frappuccino base, either the creme or coffee version. It does, however, still have that icy, blended feel that a good Frappuccino has.
Like the cold blended Sbux drinks that came before it, the Narwhal "Frapp" is the perfect way to cool down as the temperatures climb; and while the Unicorn Frapp was an official Starbucks item but for a limited time only (womp womp), you can create a Narwhal drink any time of year!
Since it's not on the menu, here's how you can order a Narwhal "Frapp," according to Starbucks Melody (not an official Starbucks site, but we want our Frapp!).