Two Starbucks workers have revealed how to order the 'secret' Kinder frappe - and we're definitely making this our next order.
You can watch the video below:
The frappe is made by combining milk, a 'secret' syrup, along with white chocolate, hazelnut syrup and heaps of ice.
To finish, the drink is loaded with a generous topping of whipped cream - and it looks so delish.
The baristas also explained what you should order at your local branch, revealing asking for a white mocha frappe with a shot of hazelnut 'tastes just like Kinder'.
And other users were mega impressed, with many taking to the comments to discuss the iced drink. Meanwhile many admitted to ordering the 'secret' frappe all the time.
One person wrote: "White chocolate cream frappe with pump of hazelnut tastes like kinder get it all the time from Starbucks it’s so good."
While another said: "Omds I’m gna try thisss," as a third added: "This is what I always get but I add cookie bits in it as well."
While a fourth agreed: "I always get this my fav."
Others suggested ordering the drink without coffee, with another adding: "For those who don’t need the caffeine - white hot choc + caramel + hazelnut."
We can't wait to try this!
In other foodie news, we told you about the mum got a lot more than she bargained for when she recently tucked into a packet of cheese and onion crisps.
After feeling something soggy, Helen Reed, 33, assumed that the packet had burst and peeked inside only to discover that there was a whole potato inside her packet of now aptly named 'Real Crisps'.
She tipped out the entire packet to discover the crisps she'd been craving and the 'smelly' potato.
Helen's husband, Graham, 34, and her children were just as shocked by the discovery as she was when she brought it back to show them later in the day.
Thankfully, she found the whole thing 'funny' and decided to share snaps of the blunder to give others a giggle on social media
She also insisted that she's not been put off buying more Real Crisps in the future. You can read more on that story here.