The two-toned drink seems to have first appeared at a Starbucks in Walnut, California, where it was comprised of a Green Tea Creme Frappuccino with toasted coconut syrup, vanilla bean powder and the same pink drizzle found in its unicorn counterpart, a store employee told HuffPost.
Since them, the neon-colored drink has popped up at other Starbucks in California and across the country.
While the Unicorn Frappuccino was an official Starbucks beverage ― it’s unavailable as of April 23, though some locations may still have the ingredients to make them ― the Dragon Frappuccino is an employee invention, a Starbucks spokesperson told HuffPost. Therefore, you’ll likely need to tell your barista how to make it if you want one (and note that they may not enjoy the task). While ingredients for the pink drizzle around the cup may run out soon, the rest of the drink’s ingredients should be available for a while in most stores.
Good luck, dragon hunters!