Starbucks White Rabbit Frappuccino Trends In Canada; You Can Try The Secret Recipe In S’pore

Starbucks White Rabbit Frappucino Trends In Canada & USA

White Rabbit Candy — the sticky sweet condensed milk treat wrapped in rice paper your mother used to buy by the bag from the mama shop at your HDB flat’s void deck.

For some strange reason, the candy is seeing a resurgence in popularity both the US and Canada, after ice cream based on the nostalgic candy by Wanderlust Creamery went viral on social media.

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Now, thanks to a creative Starbucks barista named Christy based in Toronto, the White Rabbit Candy Frappuccino has been born. Along with a slew of other uniquely South-East Asian flavours.

We’re talking BBT sans pearls and actual Thai Milk Tea. Intrigued? Let’s take a closer look at how to achieve these secret flavours, at a Starbucks near you.

1. White Rabbit Candy Frappuccino

According to Christy, you’ll need these ingredients to customise your very own White Rabbit Candy Frappuccino:

Tall / Grande Cup

  • Syrup Cream Frappuccino
  • 2 x Brown Butter Shortbread Syrup Pumps
  • Whipped Cream Topping

Venti Cup

  • Syrup Cream Frappuccino
  • 3 x Brown Butter Shortbread Syrup Pumps
  • Whipped Cream Topping

When Christmas comes around, we expect that Toffee Nut Syrup could be a good replacement to the Shortbread variation Starbucks Canada has. So do bookmark this secret recipe for future reference.

Alternatively, try Vanilla syrup with a hint of Cinnamon powder if you can’t wait till Christmas. Here’s our take on a local version of a White Rabbit Frap.

Tall / Grande Cup

  • Syrup Cream Frappuccino
  • 2 x Vanilla Syrup Pumps
  • Dash of Cinnamon Powder
  • Whipped Cream Topping

Venti Cup

  • Syrup Cream Frappuccino
  • 3 x Vanilla Syrup Pumps
  • Dash of Cinnamon Powder
  • Whipped Cream Topping

2. Milk Tea (BBT)

For the ultimate BBT experience at Starbucks, Christy swears by this secret recipe. You’ll have to add your own pearls but we think it’s worth a shot nonetheless.

Tall, Grande or Venti Cup

  • Unsweetened Black Iced Tea
  • No Extra Water Added
  • Sub Classic Syrup
  • Splash of Fresh Cream

3. Milk Tea Frappuccino

Tall Cup

  • Syrup Cream Frappuccino
  • 1 x Black Sesame Syrup Pumps
  • 2 Scoops Black Tea Powder
  • Whipped Cream Topping

Grande Cup

  • Syrup Cream Frappuccino
  • 2 x Black Sesame Syrup Pumps
  • 3 Scoops Black Tea Powder
  • Whipped Cream Topping

Venti Cup

  • Syrup Cream Frappuccino
  • 3 x Black Sesame Syrup Pumps
  • 4 Scoops Black Tea Powder
  • Whipped Cream Topping

Black Sesame Syrup may not be available in Singapore yet, but we can definitely try this out when it reaches our shores.

4. Thai Iced Tea

For the iconic Thai Milk Tea that we never fail to order during our short stays in Bangkok, the barista suggests this:

Tall Cup

  • Unsweetened Black Iced Tea
  • No Extra Water
  • 2 x Brown Butter Shortbread Syrup Pumps

Grande Cup

  • Unsweetened Black Iced Tea
  • No Extra Water
  • 3 x Brown Butter Shortbread Syrup Pumps

Venti Cup

  • Unsweetened Black Iced Tea
  • No Extra Water
  • 4 x Brown Butter Shortbread Syrup Pumps

For a riff on the recipe with ingredients available locally, try this combination.

Tall / Grande Cup

  • Iced English Breakfast Tea
  • 2 x Vanilla Syrup Pumps
  • 1 x Hazelnut Syrup Pump
  • Splash of cream

Venti Cup

  • Iced English Breakfast Tea
  • 2 x Vanilla Syrup Pumps
  • 2 x Hazelnut Syrup Pumps
  • Splash of cream

Secret recipes FTW

So the next time you head down to your nearest Starbucks outlet, abroad or at home, try ordering something not so mainstream.

Now you know exactly what to try when your friend or date gets sian about a regular Caramel Frappuccino.

Let us know whether the recipes are legit, or if you have better secret recipes in the comments section below.

Featured image from @whatthechristy on Instagram and Wanderlust Creamery on Facebook.

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