Frappuccinos are one of the many hot coffee alternatives that you can enjoy at Starbucks. This delicious treat is more milkshake than coffee, but it is highly popular and one of the most diverse options on the Starbucks menu.
As with many drinks that you can enjoy from Starbucks, frappuccino drinks come in all sorts of flavors, customization, and sizes. It can be overwhelming trying to decide what you want.
Starbucks has a list of over 200 frappuccino drinks between the regular and secret menus. In this article, we’ll tell you a bit about our favorite 22 Starbucks frappuccino drinks.
List of Our Favorite Starbucks Frappuccino Drinks
Below, we’ve listed 22 of our favorite frappuccino drinks that you can find on the Starbucks menu. We’ve also provided a description of each so you know exactly what you’re ordering at your local Starbucks store.
- Caramel Frappuccino
- Coffee Frappuccino
- Mocha Frappuccino
- Java Chip Frappuccino
- Vanilla Bean Crème Frappuccino
- Caffè Vanilla Frappuccino
- Espresso Frappuccino
- Caramel Brulé Frappuccino
- Strawberry Crème Frappuccino
- Mocha Cookie Crumble Frappuccino
- Chestnut Praline Frappuccino
- Caramel Ribbon Crunch Frappuccino
- Pistachio Coffee Frappuccino
- Peppermint White Chocolate Mocha Frappuccino
- Sugar Cookie Almond milk Frappuccino
- White Chocolate Mocha Frappuccino
- Chocolate Cookie Crumble Crème Frappuccino
- Chai Crème Frappuccino
- Matcha Crème Frappuccino
- Toasted White Chocolate Mocha Frappuccino
- Peppermint Mocha Frappuccino
- Double Chocolaty Chip Crème Frappuccino
22 Most Popular Starbucks Frappuccino Drinks to Order
If you are looking to try something new at Starbucks, or if you want an alternative to hot coffee on a warm summer day, a frappuccino is a nice option. Here are our favorites from the Starbucks menu.
1. Caramel Frappuccino
The caramel frappuccino is one of the original frappuccino offerings. It is also the most popular frappuccino on the menu!
This tasty treat is a perfect combination of Starbucks coffee, caramel syrup, whole milk, and ice. The ingredients are blended to perfection and topped with whipped cream and a drizzle of caramel
2. Coffee Frappuccino
If you’re not a fan of all the fancy flavors, or if you’re looking to keep your sugar intake to a minimum, the coffee frappuccino is a good pick.
This Starbucks drink is a blended combination of coffee, coffee syrup, ice, and whole milk. It’s a great way to enjoy a cup of coffee on a hot day.
3. Mocha Frappuccino
The mocha frappuccino is another of the original frappuccino flavors. This delicious drink is your traditional hot mocha, blended with ice.
The extra ingredient that makes the mocha frappuccino so delicious is the coffee syrup. This gives an extra boost of coffee flavor so your drink is the perfect combination of coffee and chocolate.
4. Java Chip Frappuccino
If you want a more decadent frappuccino and love chocolate, you’ll want to try the java chip frappuccino. This drink is everything you love about mocha frappuccinos but with the added delight of chocolate chips.
This drink is a bit heavier on sugar content so if you want to slim it down a bit, ask for sugar-free coffee syrup.
5. Vanilla Bean Crème Frappuccino
The vanilla bean creme frappuccino is a perfect Starbucks drink for your kids. This creamy and delicious frappuccino is coffee-free, so there’s no caffeine.
The secret to this tasty drink is vanilla bean syrup blended with whole milk and ice. For a dairy-free alternative, use coconut milk for a delicious surprise.
6. Caffè Vanilla Frappuccino
The caffe vanilla frappuccino is the coffee version of the vanilla bean creme frappuccino. It’s also the only frappuccino on Starbuck’s menu that is less popular than its creme version.
This frappuccino is coffee, whole milk, vanilla bean syrup, and ice. It’s pretty basic, and perfect if you don’t want anything too fancy.
7. Espresso Frappuccino
Like the coffee frappuccino, the espresso frappuccino is about as basic as it comes. Think robust coffee, creamy milk, and ice. That’s all you get with the espresso frappuccino.
This is also one of the few frappuccino options that don’t come with whipped cream.
8. Caramel Brulé Frappuccino
You’ll only find the caramel brulé frappuccino on the menu during the holidays. This wintertime treat is much like the caramel frappuccino, but it comes with a special caramel brulé syrup and is topped with whipped cream and crispy caramel chips.
9. Strawberry Crème Frappuccino
You won’t see this one on the menu often, but it is a real treat, especially in the summer. This frappuccino is made using whole milk, frappuccino creme syrup, ice, and strawberry puree.
The drink is topped with whipped cream and a drizzle of strawberry puree. Surprisingly, this drink isn’t as sweet as it sounds, and the strawberry gives a nice bit of tang to your frappuccino.
10. Mocha Cookie Crumble Frappuccino
This is another one of Starbucks’ sought-after seasonal drinks. Many people wait all year long to enjoy this treat.
The mocha cookie crumble frappuccino is your regular mocha frappuccino that is blended with frappuccino chips and then topped with chocolate cookie crumbles.
11. Chestnut Praline Frappuccino
You’ll find this drink on the menu during the holidays. This frappuccino is both salty and sweet at the same time. The combination of chestnut and praline flavors makes this one of the more complex frappuccino options on the Starbucks menu.
It’s quite popular, and many people have called for it to be a year-round addition to the Starbucks menu.
12. Caramel Ribbon Crunch Frappuccino
The caramel ribbon crunch frappuccino is one of the more decadent options on the frappuccino listing. The base of this drink is the traditional caramel frappuccino.
Starbucks then takes it up a notch by adding caramel sauce to the inside of the cup and then topping the drink with whipped cream, caramel sauce, and caramel-flavored sugar. If you love this drink, you’ll be disappointed to know that it is a seasonal offering only.
13. Pistachio Coffee Frappuccino
This drink isn’t for everyone, since pistachio is a flavor that many people don’t love. However, we think that the combination of pistachio syrup, coffee, milk, and ice is a sweet mix of flavors.
14. Peppermint White Chocolate Mocha Frappuccino
The peppermint white chocolate mocha frappuccino is for the person that loves chocolate but doesn’t want to be overpowered by it.
The use of white chocolate in this frappuccino gives a smoother, sweeter flavor to this frappuccino. The white chocolate sauce is combined with peppermint for a delightful winter drink.
15. Sugar Cookie Almond milk Frappuccino
We think that this frappuccino tastes a lot like a sugar cookie in a cup. Made with sugar cookie flavored syrup and blended with coffee and almond milk, this is a dessert as much as it is a coffee drink.
The sugar cookie syrup is a bit milder than some other flavorings so it’s a nice way to enjoy the flavor without losing the taste of the coffee. This drink is a fan favorite as a dairy-free alternative.
16. White Chocolate Mocha Frappuccino
There’s only one difference between the white chocolate mocha and the regular mocha frappuccino – the sauce. The regular mocha uses a dark chocolate sauce, while the white chocolate version uses a sweet and creamy white chocolate sauce.
The white chocolate mocha frappuccino is a bit sweeter and almost creamier than the regular mocha frappuccino.
17. Chocolate Cookie Crumble Crème Frappuccino
This is the creme version of the mocha cookie crumble frappuccino. This delightful drink is another one that is popular with the kids in the crowd.
We’d compare this frappuccino to a chocolate cookies and cream milkshake. If you’re watching your sugar intake or if you don’t want a kiddo bouncing off the walls, consider ordering a smaller size of this one to help moderate the sugar.
18. Chai Crème Frappuccino
If you want to try something really different on the Starbucks menu, this is one of our favorites.
The chai creme frappuccino uses chai tea as the base and combines it with frappuccino creme syrup, whole milk, and ice. If you love a hot chai in the winter, this is a great summertime alternative.
19. Matcha Crème Frappuccino
The green color of this drink may throw you off at first, but the matcha creme frappuccino is a surprisingly tasty alternative to the regular creme frappuccino offering.
This frappuccino starts with pre-sweetened Starbucks matcha tea. It’s then combined with frappuccino creme syrup, milk, and ice. This frappuccino typically comes topped with whipped cream, but we really like it without the added dairy.
20. Toasted White Chocolate Mocha Frappuccino
The toasted white chocolate mocha frappuccino is another holiday version of a Starbucks favorite. You’ll find that the base flavors of this frappuccino are much like the white chocolate mocha frappuccino.
However, the addition of toasted sugar sprinkles gives this winter frappuccino a buttery, toasty flavor, that really balances out the sweetness of the white chocolate.
21. Peppermint Mocha Frappuccino
The peppermint mocha frappuccino and its hot coffee companion are the original Starbucks holiday treat. The peppermint mocha frappuccino is a perfect blend of spicy peppermint and rich dark chocolate.
It makes us think of peppermint bark and candy canes. Get this drink during the holidays because like the hot peppermint mocha, it’s only available for a limited time each year.
22. Double Chocolaty Chip Crème Frappuccino
We’ll end our list with another frappuccino that is a fan favorite for the kids out there. The double chocolaty chip creme frappuccino is a coffee-free option that includes all of the best chocolate options from the Starbucks pantry.
This creme frappuccino is a rich blend of milk, mocha sauce, creme frappuccino syrup, chocolate chips, and ice. It’s topped off with whipped cream and even more mocha sauce. This frappuccino is the drink of children’s dreams.