According to @dailyfoodfeed, you can get one by ordering a cup filled halfway with a mix of coconut milk and green tea matcha powder that's topped with the original "pink drink," which is just a Strawberry Acai Refresher with coconut milk instead of water. With that said, it's only fitting that they call it the "Matcha Pink Drink." So far, at least a handful of people have already tried -- and photographed -- the beverage, as evidenced by #MatchPinkDrink on Instagram.
Of course, you probably shouldn't walk into your local Starbucks and expect anything less than exasperated eye rolls from the baristas when you attempt to order a "grande Match Pink Drink." However, the company's army of green apron-clad workers will make you just about anything if you're able to formulate it into a coherent order. Previously, Starbucks has offered this advice to Rainbow Drink fans: "If customers would like to order a beverage that is not listed on our menu, we recommend they know the recipe so that their barista can handcraft the beverage perfectly for them."
So far, it doesn't look like the Match Pink Drink has kicked off another full-blown Rainbow Drink trend, but considering how quickly the colorful drink insanity spread last year, it's probably just a matter of time.