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Starbucks “Under the Sea Refresher” A Real Drink Or Not?

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Starbucks’ Secret Menu is nothing new to us. There have been hundreds of drinks invented on it. The Starbucks Secret Menu Drink sometimes goes viral, and we wonder how they came up with it.

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Recently, Starbucks Under The Sea Refresher has been making the rounds. It has colored candy inside in a bright blue color.

It’s hard to tell if it’s real or fake. We love this gorgeous mermaid look because it gives us a total mermaid vibe.

Is The Viral “Under the Sea Refresher” From Starbucks A Real Drink You Can Order?

No, I’m afraid not. It is not a natural Starbucks drink. You can’t order the viral Under The Sea Refresher. The fact that Starbucks does not put candy worms in its drinks, is the reason.

The creator turned off the comments when people went to Starbucks to order the drink after it went viral.

You should not worry about turning blue when drinking Starbucks U.S. ingredients. It’s been a long time since we wanted something but it hasn’t happened yet.

Alternatively, you could order the Mango Dragonfruit Refresher without the dragonfruit pieces (that’s what turns the refresher pink), then add a splash of Blue Glacier Gatorade, and then add in your gummy worms.

Here’s how you can make an “Under the Sea Refresher” at Home

Starbucks baristas must be confused, we can only imagine. Even if they know what you’re talking about, they may not have the ingredients to make the “Under the Sea Refresher”. You can make it in less than five minutes with just a few ingredients and it doesn’t look too complicated. Here’s how it works.

There are a lot of similarities between this fake drink and the light blue Gatorade Glacier Freeze flavor. Start by pouring some gummy worms into the cup. Once that is covered with ice, pour the sports drink over it. Sprite is another clear addition you can play around with. To make this 21+-friendly, substitute Sprite for Gatorade and top it off with Blue Curacao instead of Gatorade. Lastly, pour yourself a Starbucks tumbler and you’re done.

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