Starbucks Secret Menu

Maybe you are like me headed into the office this morning and the line at Starbucks seems daunting. You keep noticing the people in front of you looking at rolled up pieces of paper and lists you don’t understand.

Let me show you why that line is so long and help you ‘get it’.

Those folks are ordering off the secret menu. Don’t worry. Now you have one too.

This is why it takes 20 minutes to get your dry cappucino.

This menu was obviously developed by former employees at Burger King who now are baristas at Starbucks.

Starbucks Secret Menu

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