Fans of certain Starbucks drinks were quickly left behind after the coffee chain discontinued some of their cult favorite drinks.
That’s why junk food lover @snackgoon launched a TikTok series exploring and commemorating these beloved Starbucks drinks.
In the first two installments, he covers six of the chain’s discontinued Frappuccino blend iced drinks.
Part 1 includes the Unicorn, Tie-Dye, and Phantom varieties.
“Unpopular opinion, but I loved the Unicorn Frappuccino,” one person commented on the purple sweet and sour drink with a mango twist.
Despite being only available for a limited time in 2017, it became a viral hit on social media, Fox News reported.
Of the drink that briefly graced Starbucks menus in 2019, another commenter said, “The tie-dye frappe literally tasted like a roughy toffee banana.”
These two types of Frappuccino were more popular than the phantom Frappuccino that was sold for a limited time during Halloween 2019.
Despite its eerie appearance, the drink was packed with tropical flavors like mango, pineapple, and coconut, according to Starbucks’ website.
The terrifying color scheme came from dripping charcoal powder and lime-flavoured green slime on the inside of the cup.
In the comments on Part 1, TikTok users clamored for @snackgoon to cover the S’mores Frappuccino next. As such, this drink was the first to be featured in Part 2.
The popular seasonal summer drink debuted in 2015 and was discontinued in 2018, but was revived the following year due to popular demand, according to the chain’s website. Starbucks has discontinued it again in his 2021.
Some commented, “I miss s’mores,” and many shared the same sentiment.
In May 2021, Starbucks will instead debut the Strawberry Funnel Cake Frappuccino as a summer drink, The New York Times reported. But that too was eventually discontinued, so it was covered in Part 2 of @snackgoon.
The final item in the video is a Starbucks Crystal Ball Frappuccino, a purple and green peach-flavoured drink that mimics the viral success of the Unicorn Frappuccino, Cosmopolitan reported.
At the time, the drink was vilified as a shallow social media ploy, but in the comments some TikToker users looked back with nostalgia.