Lifestyle Food Starbucks Zombie Frappuccino Is Officially Here to Haunt Your Dreams The Halloween-appropriate drink is available now and it has pink whipped cream as brains. By Collier Sutter Published on October 26, 2017 10:54 AM Share Tweet Pin Email UPDATE: Starbucks has confirmed that their Zombie Frappuccino is available now through Halloween (Oct. 31), or while supplies last, so make a beeline for the spooky drink like we all did for the short-lived Unicorn Frappuccino. A representative from the franchise confirmed it’s green body, apple and caramel flavor, and red mocha drizzle topping with pink whipped cream, which is, of course, brains. Starbucks is rolling out a Zombie Frappuccino just in time for the spookiest day of the year. According to photos leaked by baristas on social media, coffee lovers will be able to try the creepy beverage come October 26—but it will reportedly only be available through Halloween itself, so be ready to act quick. The freaky flavor is rumored to include a blend of “green apple caramel powder and pink powder” with a creme base. On top of the slime green concoctions? Pink whipped cream (resembling brains!) finished with “a pink mocha drizzle.” Starbucks lips are sealed on the matter for now. “Our Halloween plans are still under [mummy] wraps, but we look forward to sharing more details with the living soon,” a representative for the coffee chain told PEOPLE. The Best Drinks to Order from the Starbucks Secret Menu But baristas have been tweeting about the Zombie news for days, with one worker showing off the menu designed to announce the new drink at their local store. https://www.instagram.com/p/BaJoFn-hLWF/?taken-by=heycarriek If the hype surrounding the zombie beverage is anything close to the highly-buzzed about Unicorn Frappuccino—a shimmering purple and blue beverage that turned pink when stirred— then our Instagram feeds are about to blow up with fans slurping green slime and brains. From Coinage: Try This Healthy, Cheap Late-Night Snack Want the ultimate dish on the latest celebrity food news, plus exclusive recipes, videos and more? Click here to subscribe to the People Food newsletter. Here’s just hoping Barista’s won’t hate making them as much as they did the Unicorn frap.