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The Secret Mexican Drink You Can Order At Starbucks!

Sorry bruh, it's not a margarita.

But it's something totally appropriate to order during the holidays. (OR LIKE ANYTIME OF THE YEAR) Okay, you know how Starbucks has a huge menu of drinks and stuff? Okay, well that's not the only thing you can order. lf you know the recipe to the coffee or hot drink concoction you want...
THEY CAN MAKE IT FOR YOU.
It's like having it your way, but except that it's not Burger King. According to Today.com, there are more than 170,000 ways to customize beverages. That's a lot.

Want to know what this mystery drink is!?

IT'S AN ABUELITA -- THE MEXICAN CHOCOLATE DRINK THAT'S LIKE A HOT CHOCOLATE...BUT BETTER!!!

But you'll need to give the barista the recipe. And of course I wouldn't leave y'all hanging. Here's it is:
-Hot chocolate made w/ soy milk (no water)
-Add mocha syrup (1 pump tall, 1.5 grande, 2 venti)
-Add white mocha syrup (1 pump tall, 1.5 grande, 2 venti)
-Add cinnamon dolce syrup (2 pumps tall, 3 grande, 4 venti)
-Ask for cinnamon powder to be added to milk while it’s steamed

Yasssssss pls.

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oh, you can't order it. I have my own essential oils. I simply add a drop from my collection.
This looks amazing! It is available throughout all the Starbucks across the globe?
I have never gone into the wild side. I usually order a regular black coffee. The hot chocolate with wild orange sounds interestingly good.
Ima try this. I typically order a venti hot chocolate with a drop of wild orange essential oil. it's my way of recreating Starbucks' no-longer-available Valencia Mocha. tastes so good!
It think so. You just gotta give them the recipe :)
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