How to order Jack Skellington and Sally Frappuccinos from the Starbucks secret menu

Its spooky season (Picture: kelsalyn/Instagram)

Autumn might mean the start of basic bitch season, but its also the time to get spooky.

For all those who prefer Halloween to Christmas (or who wish to have their Halloween on Christmas), theres a seasonal drink to rival the ubiquitous Pumpkin Spice Latte.

Behold the Jack Skellington Frappuccino, and the complementing Sally version.

As with the Cinderella Latte and the violet drink before them, Jack and Sally Frappuccinos arent official Starbucks menu items.

Instead, theyre fan-created options that have swiftly popped up all over the internet thanks to a catchy name and appealing visuals.

To order one, youll need to get detailed. You cant just ask for a Jack and expect your barista to know what youre on about.

So, how do you order one?

Lets start with the Jack Skellington Frap. This one has all the pumpkin and spice youd expect from an autumnal drink, but with a boost of chocolate.



You simply need to ask for a Pumpkin Spice Frappuccino with a shot of Chai Syrup and a short of espresso, then ask for mocha drizzle in the cup. Ask for the drink to be topped with whipped cream and java chips, and voila – youve got your Jack Skellington frappuccino.

Does it look obviously like Jack Skellington? Not at all. Its just a nice brown drink. But its got pumpkin flavours and darkness, so thats how it links to The Nightmare Before Christmas.

If youre more of a Sally than a Jack, never fear, for theres an option for you.

The Sally Frap is more of a sweet treat, combining caramel with matcha and strawberries. If that sounds sickly, you may want to skip this drink.

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