'Hocus Pocus' Frappuccino appears on Starbucks' secret menu

Free those weirdos, because the internet has unleashed the Hocus Pocus drink on Starbucks' secret menu. They are so sweet! They are scary! They'll call the coffee lover in you to the drive-thru!

These drinks inspired by the Sanderson Sisters are provided by Totally The Bomb. (Baristas, you can thank/curse them accordingly.) Each Frappuccino pays homage to one of the three Sanderson sisters, taking inspiration from their outfits and overall demeanor. No health potion required.

If beautiful mornings make you feel queasy, maybe one of these three drinks will bring you the right dose of doom and gloom. Here's how to order three of the Sanderson Sisters' secret menu drinks at Starbucks.


If you like HBIC, then Winifred Frapp is what you are looking for. Start by ordering a Green Tea Frappuccino. Then, ask for a pump of white mocha and a pump of peppermint syrup. Finally, top with whipped cream and strawberry filling. Your drink will be bright green with white and red flecks, a nod to the Sanderson sisters' hair.


Start by hopping on your vacuum cleaner and heading to the drive-in. (If you can't get a flying vacuum, a car will work too.) Mary's drinks start with a strawberry and cream Frappuccino. Replace your usual sweetener with white mocha syrup and add extra strawberry inclusions. Finish with mocha drizzle and strawberry puree. If you really want to amp up the flavor, ask for strawberry puree and mocha drizzle at the bottom of the cup. The result is like a drinkable chocolate covered strawberry.


Last but not least, Sarah Frapp is probably the most good-looking of the bunch. (Like Sarah herself, she might say.) Start by ordering a violet drink with extra berries. Use coconut milk instead of the usual soy milk. If you want an extra smooth taste, ask for your drink to be double mixed. Finally, ask for a serving of whipped cream, topped with ground ginger.

The list of Starbucks secret menu drinks is long and filled with pop culture-inspired coffee drinks. These aren't even the first drinks inspired by Halloween movies. This is the Jack Skull Frappuccino. And IT Frappuccino. There's even a great pumpkin latte as an ode to the Charlie Brown classic. There's a Secret Menu Frappuccino for any and all spooky occasions.

While you're sipping a Sanderson Sisters Frappuccino and waiting for the Hocus Pocus sequel, which is reportedly still in the works, you can check out Hocus Pocus merchandise on the internet. Spirit Halloween updated their Hocus Pocus line last year. Hot Topic's Hocus Pocus series is what angsty teens' dreams are made of. Basically, you won't be short of options when it comes to expressing your love for Hocus Pocus . Let your wallet go crazy, crazy, crazy!