Starbucks Caramel Snickerdoodle Macchiato

There are many times where we go into a Starbucks or Jamba Juice and someone orders a drink you had never heard of.  Did you just miss it on the menu?  Or did they just come up with something off the top of their head?

Well…a little bit of both.

These are normally secret menu items.  Items that the restaurant may know how to make, but at the same time, the restaurant may not know how the drink is made.  You can either take a chance on if they know the drink or you can find a recipe online.

Or, I can make it even easier.

Thanks to hackthemenu.com, anyone can see secret items and how they are made.  And I have taken a challenge to try all of these drinks from Starbucks and Jamba Juice and write a review of the drink for you.

This should be fun to see what happens, though it may not be so fun on my wallet.

Caramel Snickerdoodle Macchiato

Caramel Snickerdoodle

Now, whenever I think of a snickerdoodle, I think of a warm cookie that just came out of the oven.  A cookie that is warm and gooey and super messy and breaks apart when you dip it in a giant glass of milk.  Anyone besides myself drooling at the image I have just presented you?

Unfortunately…this drink is a cold drink.

But, I will say that drink is delicious.  This drink really does taste like a Caramel Snickerdoodle.  Even cold, it tastes very good.

This drink is based off of the Iced Soy Caramel Macchiato.  But, it needs to be made upside down.  Why?  Well, if the drink is made upside down, the flavors will mix.  There is also vanilla syrup and Cinnamon Dolce syrup.  This makes the flavor complete in the drink.

I think that this drink is delicious.  Even if you are not someone who enjoys a lot of coffee.  I enjoy coffee if it’s in a frapp, but won’t drink it by itself.  But I do enjoy this drink.  Have you ever tried a secret menu item?  Let me know in the comments below.

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