The advertisements make the drink look like a "My Little Pony" wet dream, but our colors were a little more muted.
According to the AP, Starbucks released a statement Thursday saying that the Unicorn Frappuccino had "exceeded everyone's expectations".
Burson said the whipped cream-topped drink - which carries 76 grams of sugar - tastes like a "Sweet Tart" and is a mango-based cream frappuccino that's sour in the middle. "Swirl it to reveal a color-changing spectacle of purple and pink".
If you've been anywhere near a computer or cell phone or Starbucks lately, you're aware that there's a new limited-edition Unicorn Frappuccino that has been breaking the Internet. Stirring the drink somehow subtracts all the blue from it? Starbucks says its newest beverage not only changes colors with a stir of the straw, but flavors as well.
The real surprise comes as the whipped cream and fairy powder melts into the drink.
Despite the Unicorn Frappuccino's tangy taste, many students agree the drink makes for a good picture. I must admit I don't really get it.
There's no better way to celebrate one of life's biggest moments than with a Unicorn Frappuccino.
Honestly, this drink seems made for Instagram.
Since the drink is only available until April 23, frapp-lovers rushed to their local Starbucks to get the decaf, sugar-filled drink.
"The bright colors and flavor-ambiguous name will of course drive sales because experience hungry gen-Z-ers will want to be in the know", Kahn added. There is just way too much going on. She'd expected magic, a "flavor explosion", but was instead disappointed by "a bland, cold drink". One described it as a "7-Eleven Slurpee Frappucino" and another said that the counterbalance of sweet and sour made it taste "almost like fresh fruit". It's actually a combination of white mocha syrup, one of the sweetest syrups known to barristae, simple syrup, while is basically more sugar, and a packet of powder that's mixed with the two to make something bold, blue and painfully sour.
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