Denver Starbucks barista has meltdown over Unicorn Frappuccino


Starbucks has released the Instagram-friendly Unicorn Frappuccino into the wild for the next few days, and it's caused more stress among some baristas than anyone thought possible. The only thing is that Starbucks employees who have to make the drink are not happy with the demand.

As the Deseret News reported, the Unicorn Frappuccino is a cream-based drink mixed with pink and blue powders that give it a mango-like and sour taste. "It tastes like a sweet tart".

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"Please don't get it!" the barista from Colorado pleaded in a YouTube video that's since been deleted. And since the latter has us all reeling, thanks in part to Starbucks, you know this trend is the real deal. I have Unicorn crap all in my hair and on my nose.

Being that Burson's video was viewed over 1.3 million times, one would think that there might be some repercussions awaiting him at work, especially considering he asked people not to buy Starbucks's new, insanely popular drink, which roughly costs five dollars. I have never been so stressed out. Burson screams into the video.

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Anybody else out there have strained eyeball muscles from rolling them so hard every time another unicorn-themed Frappuccino shows up on your Instagram feed (734,123,259,043,827 times a day)?

Burson later told the Associated Press that he didn't expect all the publicity and had not meant to "downgrade" the Starbucks drink, according to KOMO News.

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Starbucks saying in a statement it is reaching out to Burson "to talk about his experience and how to make it better". Love it or hate it, however, Twitter users definitely expressed themselves.