Starbucks' limited edition Unicorn Frappuccino changes flavors and colors as you drink it.
People have gone mad for them.
According to the AP, Starbucks released a statement Thursday saying that the Unicorn Frappuccino had "exceeded everyone's expectations".
No, they f*cking hate them.
"Please don't get it!"
And since then, other Starbucks works have piled in.
Yuliana Soltero, 30, normally orders a plain iced coffee but made a decision to try the Unicorn Frappuccino on Thursday, because she saw the drink all over social media.
"If you love us as baristas, don't order it", Burson pleaded.
"It is so hard to make one right after the other and people are coming in left and right!" In his impassioned rant, Burson implores his viewers to avoid ordering the drink at all costs.
So how does the sugar in a Grande Unicorn Frappuccino stack up to other sweet treats? When stirred it changes from pink to purple and the taste changes from sweet and fruity to tangy and tart. I made the mistake of having some whipped cream off the top and it tasted like the barista dumped an entire bag of sour skittles into my frappuccino.
Recently, the coffee chain officially added the viral "Pink Drink" - a popular item from its "secret menu" - to its official beverage line-up.
Starbucks said today that the drink's reception has "exceeded everyone's expectations". Starbucks was my go-to for coffee, even more so in my later years of high school and college when I actually needed caffeine to get through my day.
To my amazement, the drink looked as pink, blue and swirly as it did in the advertisements. Participating stores in the U.S., Canada and Mexico will offer the drink through the end of the week.
So, if you're one of the few who hasn't tried the new drink, Burson would appreciate if you would stay that way.