If you see someone sipping a frothy, bright-orange drink out of a Starbucks cup, they are probably enjoying the company's latest secret menu item that's taking off thanks to the internet.
The Starbucks "Orange Drink," as it's been dubbed, reportedly originated in Southern California but can be made at Starbucks stores nationwide, if a customer has the guts to ask.
According to Foodbeast, the Orange Drink is made of orange mango juice, vanilla bean powder, coconut milk and ice. Some Starbucks customers reported on social media that carrot mango juice can be swapped for orange mango juice.
It essentially looks like a signature Orange Julius drink poured into a transparent Starbucks cup.
Social media users have been posting about the drink over the past day. Some have had more luck getting the drink than others.
Had a hilarious moment @Starbucks ordering this, shout out to the barista who figured it out! #OrangeDrink pic.twitter.com/lPuJ9kGFbl
— Marina Martinez (@Princess_mm) June 27, 2016
Other brightly colored drinks that have been popping up from the Starbucks secret menu in recent weeks include "Pink Drink" and "Purple Drink."
Clint Davis is a reporter for the Scripps National News Desk. Follow him on Twitter @MrClintDavis.