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The real story behind “secret menus” is the key to hacking them Executives at Starbucks don’t market to children. The coffee company seems to have plenty of loyal grade-school-aged customers, anyway, at least in the US, because of a few drinks that lend themselves to kid-friendly twists. Ask a barista for a cotton candy Frappuccino, for example, and she’ll create this unofficial favorite by adding raspberry syrup to a Vanilla Bean Frappuccino, which is one of the company’s official offerings, an icy and sweet blended drink topped with whipped cream. Knowing how to ask for these twists, or “secret menu” items, is half the fun. What a “genius” marketing strategy, Financial Times writer Gillian Tett gaped when her young daughters sought out cotton candy Frapps at a Starbucks in Manhattan this summer.

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