That’s right. Fans of Starbucks have created a Jack Skellington frappuccino at the popular coffee chain, and it’s quickly taking over the world. It also doesn’t seem to be as difficult as the dreaded Unicorn frappuccino so hopefully, there won’t be any exhausted baristas.
The item is not on Starbuck’s official menu but, if you’re nice and know exactly what you want your beverage to consist of, then you can order this spooky delight. Check out the creepy caffeinated concoction below.
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And how exactly do you order the haunted treat? Well, ask for a Pumpkin Spice Frappuccino, then add in a shot of Chai Syrup for a little fall spice. Make it worth your time by adding in a shot of espresso for a bit more caffeine. If you add whipped cream, it’ll look like the snowy embankments of Christmas Town.
Just remember, this is a secret menu item. Officially, Starbucks’ secret menu doesn’t even exist. So be kind to your baristas and know everything that’ll go into your drink and order as such.
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Thanks to HYPEBEAST, we’ve gotten to see exactly what the four styles of shoes will look like and all of the glorious detail that’s included on them.
In case you weren’t aware of the amazing news, a few weeks ago, Vans teased for the first time that the collection with the Tim Burton classic was happening. You can see their announcement post below.
As previously mentioned, there are four shoe styles — SK8-Hi, Authentic, Old-Skool and Slip On. Each of them are totally transformed to included The Nightmare Before Christmas characters such as Sally, Jack Skellington, the Zombie Band and more.
The Authentic style are black-and-white and are basically a collage of every character from the film mashed onto one stylish shoe. The Slip-On style takes some inspiration from Jack Skellington’s outfit, with the bow-tie bat placed front-and-center on the shoe.
The Sk8_Hi and Old-Skool styles are the ones filled with colors that just scream Halloween.
The shoes will launch next month and will cost $70 each, according to HYPEBEAST. You can see what they look like below.
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