Starbucks barista has meltdown over Unicorn Frappuccino

Unicorn Frappuccino

'If you love us as baristas, don't order it.

Starbucks's Unicorn Frappuccino tastes like sour birthday cake mixed with a creamsicle covered in Pixie Stix and a healthy sprinkling of despair.

"I feel like this doesn't really belong in Starbucks".

In the absence of blue sour powder we decided it tasted like "sugar", "watered-down Fruity Pebbles cereal" and "Unicorn pops". She thought it was "too good to be true". That's the equivalent of roughly seven Krispy Kreme donuts, for reference. So you can eat almost half a dozen of them.

"You know how, sometimes, you're drinking a perfectly reasonable mangoes-and-cream smoothie, and then you accidentally suck an Atomic Warhead up through your straw?" the Phoenix New Times asked. You can snap a picture of the drink for social media, share in a taste-test and be able to take part in this current conversation. "I have never made so many Frappuccinos in my entire life!" That is more than twice the amount of sugar that adult men and women are recommended to eat in an entire day. The standard 16 oz. size, known at Starbucks locations as a Grande, contains 59g of sugar if ordered with whipped cream.

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Though, he added that "if he made a gesture, it's inappropriate", and said he expected it would be handled by the league. But Bradley said while the team continues to grieve for him, it can't be a distraction when they are on the court.

"It will so help me focus".

The limited edition, pink-and-blue drink, which is only available through Sunday, April 23, is spiked with mango syrup, blended with pink powder and layered with ribbons of sour blue powder. Just a few more days! "It seems oriented towards kids, not towards your everyday coffee drinker", said Sitara Babury, a sophomore business and psychology double major. Using Lime Crime's aptly-named "Unicorn Hair" color, Ford fused pink, purple, and blue tones into a lovely ombré that looks good enough to drink.

So we looked up the ingredients on the company's website. ". Now Starbucks is taking the trend to a new level".

"Oh My God, I wouldn't have had the whole thing!" said taste tester Meg.

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