Jack Skellington, the Pumpkin King from the 1993 film “The Nightmare Before Christmas,” may get first billing in the film, but we’re fans of the loyal and lovable rag doll, Sally, too.
Now Sally’s got her own “secret menu” frappuccino to match up with Jack’s at Starbucks, both of which are perfect for fall.
Sally’s frappuccino has a vanilla bean frappuccino base blended with matcha powder to give it a green hue. Ask for caramel drizzle in the cup and strawberry puree on top or blended in. Top it off with whipped cream, more caramel drizzle and dehydrated strawberries (if your Starbucks has them) or the aforementioned strawberry puree.
Voila! A tasty, multi-hued beverage to match Sally’s patchwork dress and sweet but distinctive personality.
Instagram user Haru_Mimi posted a photo of this ‘gram-worthy Sally frappuccino drink, which she says is “really cute, but def really sweet!”
Instagrammer Vinco Eats shared a photo of the colorful drink, along with instructions on how to order it:
If you’re wanting to order the pair of Jack and Sally frappuccinos, Jack’s is a single-shot pumpkin spice frappuccino with chai syrup and a mocha drizzle on the inside of the cup. Top it with whipped cream and java chips, as seen below.
There’s also a frappuccino named after “The Nightmare Before Christmas” villain Oogie Boogie. But to be honest, this one sounds like you might be giving your poor local Starbucks barista a run for his or her money.
Blogger Amanda Moring, who is credited with the Oogie Boogie frappucino’s creation, explained how the best way to order it on Totally the Bomb. She says to ask for a “White mocha, java chip frappuccino, with whipped cream on the bottom and a few whole java chips. Whipped cream on top with a dusting of matcha and cookie crumbles.”
Disneylandguru22 has a picture of what it looks like on Instagram:
A barista that commented on the above post said most Starbucks stores will be out of mocha cookie crumbles as they phase out of summer drinks, so take that into account when you order the Oogie Boogie.
If you’re looking for more spooky movie-inspired frappuccinos, there’s also a Beetlejuice frappe, which has mocha stripes, a vanilla bean frappuccino base, matcha whipped cream and a sprinkle of matcha on top.
Remember that with all of these “secret menu” drinks, your barista likely won’t know them by name since they aren’t official Starbucks drinks. Instead, order them by listing the ingredients and prep. And maybe leave a tip for your special creation.