Starbucks' limited edition Unicorn Frappuccino is the newest social media trend but sources report that it has more sugar than what is recommended in an entire day.
It seems the expectant mother passed on getting a second frappuccino for herself, and based on the reviews of the drink, we can't say we blame her (and can't imagine it would help with the whole morning sickness thing). "Swirl it to reveal a color-changing spectacle of purple and pink".
The TODAY anchors tested the drink on air and came to the conclusion that it tastes like sherbet or a creamsicle.
"According to Starbucks, the Unicorn Frap is, 'as rare as a unicorn, '" Bennis wrote in a Medium post. It is not without critics, including Griffith's Grindhouse Cafe, which tweeted "Unicorn Frappuccinos drool, Cactor rules", alluding to its own seasonal slushy fruit beverage.
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The drink, which was released Wednesday, is made with pink powder blended into cream Frappuccino with mango syrup and layered with a sour blue drizzle, USA Today reported. I have never been so stressed out.
Braden Burson, a barista in Colorado, went on a YouTube rant about how frightful the drink is to make, according to The Washington Post.
Good Morning America's Michael Strahan appeared to like his Unicorn Frappuccino when he tried it. "Please don't get it", he screamed into the camera. "I have unicorn crap all in my hair and on my nose". "The world is complicated, and we know that now more than ever it takes more to make you smile".
The drink has also caused baristas to freak out, too. The drink is available for purchase from April 19-23. He explains that the Unicorn Frappuccino is incredibly hard and stressful to make, especially one after another.