One Starbucks customer woke up and chose chaos - and decided to try to order a drink with an endless amount of add-ons that costs $50 for a single cup.
Fortunately, TikToker @instrumentality.project had enough points to cover the pricey order and asked his followers in the now-viral video: “Should I use my stars to order this monstrosity??”
So what exactly could be added into the order to make it so costly?
Well, when if you add, banana, along with pretty much any kind of drizzle, powders, chips, toppings, sprinkles and sauce available on the menu, then the cost is going to rack up. (Caramel Brulee sauce, chocolate malt and cinnamon powder, holiday sugar sparkles, and white chocolate mocha sauce but to name a few mentioned on the order).
Since posting their extreme order, the TikToker’s video has been viewed 2.8m times and gained over 245,000 likes, along with over a thousand comments from people sharing their thoughts on the customer’s demanding order.
One person wrote: “Barista here - i don’t think we’d even make it. not scientifically possible,” with a skull emoji.
“ Y [why] is no one talking abt [about] the price ????? $49????” Another person said, more concerned about the cost of the drink.
A second barista shared their thoughts, and replied: “Someone ordered a joke drink like this once and it literally crashed our system so yeah do it, give those poor baristas a break.”
Someone else commented: “How to ruin a barista’s day 101.”
“Literally why would u put a barista through that tho,” a fifth person added.
But what everyone wants to know is... did the TikToker manage to get his long-winded order?
Short answer - no, not quite.
In a follow-up video, the TikToker filmed himself at a Starbucks cafe where he tried to order the concoction but sadly for him, he was informed that they could not make the drink.
“They didn’t make the drink, but offered a replacement so I told them to fill it with espresso, Frappuccino chips and a banana,” he said in the update as he showed off the drink he received, with the sticker of his original order stuck to the cup.