If you have been searching far and wide for the Unicorn Frappuccino in the Philippines, the Dragon Frappuccino and Pegasus Frappuccino might be the ones for you instead. Though there are no official recipes anywhere online, we did find a few ways on how to achieve these ‘mythical creature frappuccinos’ you have been eyeing.
How to make it: Green Tea Frappuccino + Vanilla Bean Powder + Strawberry or Raspberry Syrup
Since the Unicorn Frappuccino was only available for a short time, leftover ingredients were used to create this less sweet but still tasty Dragon Frappuccino. It takes only a shorter time to make it so you know your local barista won’t think of kicking you out after you order this. Just make sure you bring a piece of paper with the recipe.
Sources say that the Dragon Frappuccino originally uses something called the ‘berry swirl’ for that bright pink-purple glaze on top and inside the cup. But since we’re in the Philippines and we haven’t heard of a ‘berry swirl’ yet, you can try raspberry or strawberry syrup instead.
Pink Pegasus Frappuccino
How to make it: White Chocolate Mocha Frappuccino + Raspberry Syrup
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The Pink Pegasus was a Disneyland exclusive drink until the recipe was revealed online. If the Dragon Frappuccino order scares you because of how your barista will judge your or because you just feel the strawberry and matcha combination will freak your stomach out, here’s an easier one. The only thing missing is the pink powder topping leftover from the Unicorn Frappuccino craze to make the Pink Pegasus extra pink, but hey it’s not so much of a loss. Again, if raspberry syrup isn’t available in your local Starbucks, try strawberry syrup!