13 Secret Raspberry Starbucks Drinks You Need to Try Before You Die 🧃⚰️🧟‍♀️

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This guide spills the tea on Starbucks’ raspberry-infused hidden gems—those off-menu faves you won’t find on the standard board. And don’t worry, I’ve included stress free ordering instructions. Don’t miss out; try one of these bold options before you die horribly (or well).

Starbucks Raspberry Iced Tea

Heads up: Your local Starbucks might be out of raspberry syrup, rendering this guide kinda pointless. No sweat, though. You can snag your own bottles of Monin or Torani syrup from places like Cost Plus World Market, TJ Maxx, or Target. Just stash it in your car and you’re good to go. Totally not weird to do.

Raspberry Iced Teas and Lemonades: Summer Edition

1. Raspberry Iced Tea

A fusion of Iced Black Tea and Iced Green Tea with raspberry syrup, this refreshing brew honestly deserves a spot on Starbucks’ menu. Perfect for a disgustingly humid summer day or as an afternoon-reading-a-book-on-the-screened-in-porch kinda drink.

🥤 How to order: Simply ask for an Iced Venti Black and Green Tea mix with raspberry syrup.

2. Raspberry Lemonade

Next time you grab a lemonade from Starbucks, ask for a few pumps of raspberry syrup. Now, if you typically get a Venti, they’re gonna put 6 pumps of syrup in it. Don’t balk at this.

Embrace the pumps.

🥤 How to order: Say, “I embrace the pumps. I’d like a Venti Lemonade with raspberry syrup. Thanks.”

Raspberry-Infused Mocktails and Milky Delights

3. Red Mango Dragonfruit Refresher

Elevate your fruit drink game with this vibrant mix of Lemonade, Mango Dragonfruit Refresher base, raspberry syrup, and a splash of iced passion tea.

A Starbucks Raspberry Mojito Mocktail

4. Raspberry Mojito (Mocktail)

This mojito-like blend fuses Iced Green Tea, Lemonade, peppermint, and raspberry syrups. However, peppermint is seasonal at Starbucks, and raspberry is inconsistently stocked. Essentially, this drink is a rare cosmic alignment of ingredients.

🥤 How to order: Say, “May I please have an iced Venti Green Tea Lemonade with 3 pumps peppermint syrup and 3 pumps raspberry syrup.”

A Caffeine-Free Creamy Option

5. Raspberry Milk Tea

I wish Starbucks served Boba. In the mean time, you can come close to having that Boba experience with this milk tea. A blend of passion fruit iced tea, half-and-half, raspberry syrup, and toffee nut syrup, this drink is creamy

🥤 How to order: Ask for an iced venti passion fruit iced tea with a splash of half and half, 3 pumps raspberry syrup and 3 pumps toffee nut syrup.

A Raspberry Cream Soda From Starbucks
Raspberry Milk Tea is basically a cream soda but with raspberry-flavored tea

Blended Drinks

6. Pink Raspberry Passion Fruit Blended Tea

Here’s a Pro Tip: This drink is an absolute refresher, delivering a burst of cool that’s perfect for sipping. But there’s a catch. The blended components won’t stay united for long. Why? It’s all about the fat. Cream or a coffee base serves as the essential binder that gives a frappuccino its signature creaminess. So, consider this a quick indulgence—either enjoy it swiftly or grab a spoon and dig in as if it’s a gourmet snowcone.

🥤 How to order: Ask for Iced Passion Fruit Tea, substituting classic syrup for raspberry, blended to frozen perfection.

7. Bubble Gum Frappuccino

Take the Strawberries and Crème Frappuccino you know and give it a serious upgrade by replacing the classic syrup with raspberry syrup. What you get is not just a striking pink blend, but a nuanced flavor profile that truly sets the drink apart. This is a simple modification, but the impact on taste is anything but minor.

Bubblegum Frappuccino From Starbucks In A Cup On A Table With A Raspberry Next To It.
This really tastes like bubblegum

🥤 How to order: Modify a Strawberries and Crème Frappuccino by substituting strawberry syrup with raspberry syrup.

Dessert-Inspired Drinks

8. Raspberry Cheesecake Frappuccino

Designed for opulence, this Frappuccino combines White Chocolate Mocha with raspberry syrup to emulate the delectable essence of a raspberry cheesecake.

🥤 How to order: Request a White Chocolate Mocha Frappuccino with 2-3 pumps of raspberry syrup.

9. Red Velvet Cinnamon Roll Frappuccino

A dessert lover’s haven, this blend combines Mocha Frappuccino with mocha, white mocha sauce, cinnamon dolce, and raspberry syrup.

🥤 How to order: Ask for a Mocha Frappuccino featuring a 50-50 mix of mocha and white mocha sauce, enriched with cinnamon dolce and raspberry syrup.

Lattes & Mochas

10. Raspberry White Mocha

Warm up your taste buds with this unique blend of coffee and raspberry.

🥤 How to order: Simply ask for a warm Raspberry White Mocha.

11. Raspberry Chiffon White Mocha

A delightful fusion of vanilla, hazelnut, and raspberry syrup, perfect for those with a sweet tooth.

🥤 How to order: Opt for a White Mocha blended with vanilla, hazelnut, and raspberry syrup.

12. Raspberry Caramel Macchiato

Swap out the traditional caramel drizzle for raspberry syrup, offering a distinctive blend of coffee richness with fruity undertones.

🥤 How to order: Request a Caramel Macchiato, but with raspberry syrup instead of the caramel drizzle.

13. Iced Raspberry Latte

A minimalist’s dream, the classic Iced Latte is reinvented with a splash of raspberry syrup.

🥤 How to order: Go for a simple Iced Latte, enhanced with raspberry syrup.

Final Thoughts

Starbucks isn’t just a coffee haven; it’s a playground for raspberry flavor explorations. From vibrant teas to decadent treats, raspberry syrup isn’t an add-on—it’s a game changer. These aren’t your everyday menu items; they’re handcrafted creations that unlock an entirely new realm of flavors. Dive in to find the raspberry twist that’s just right for your taste buds.

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With over two decades in the coffee industry, Kelsey is a seasoned professional barista with roots in Seattle and Santa Barbara. Accredited by The Coffee Association of America and a member of The Baristas Guild, he combines practical expertise with a profound understanding of coffee's history and cultural significance. Kelsey tries his best to balance family time with blogging time and fails miserably.