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Starbucks coffee is very popular among students and urban white-collar workers in the United States and Canada. In addition to coffee, Starbucks also offers things like tea (both hot or iced), pies, cakes, and more.
Starbucks has always strived to provide customers with a consistently high-quality Starbucks experience. At the same time, based on excellence in product quality and service, Starbucks emphasizes innovation, emphasizes the individualization of products and services, and emphasizes continuously bringing joy and surprise to customers.
Starbucks also fully respects the time-honored traditional cultures of different countries and perfectly integrates local customs into the Starbucks experience in terms of store design, local food, beverage supply, etc.
Today, I will introduce you to the ten most expensive drinks at Starbucks.
|Drinks Name||Drinks Price|
|Venti Mocha Cookie Crumble Frappuccino||$71.35|
|White Mocha Frappuccino||$101.50|
|White Mocha Frappuccino||$102.04|
|Super Venti Flat White||$148.99|
Super Venti Flat White
The most expensive coffee at Starbucks is the Super Venti Flat White. William E. Lewis Jr. visited Washington, D.C. for the presidential inauguration in January 2017 and decided to try the “most expensive Starbucks drink challenge.”
He found a Starbucks in Bethesda, Maryland, willing to say yes. They agreed to offer Fort Lauderdale, Florida native Lewis the Super Venti Starbucks Flat White in a giant coffee mug that Lewis brought. This drink contains up to 11,200 mg of caffeine. Of course, Lewis shared the drink with friends. 170 shots of espresso are added to the standard 3-cup ristretto cup of Starbucks venti flat white. Add coconut milk.
Unfortunately, the cashier didn’t know how to apply Lewis’ Starbucks Rewards to Mammoth drinks. This isn’t the first time Lewis has participated in the “Starbucks Challenge.” In 2014, he ordered an $83.75 coffee with 17 pumps of vanilla syrup, mocha green tea, and matcha powder. The drink contained more than 6,400 mg of caffeine, and Lewis was able to apply his reward. Will Lewis continue his quest for the most expensive Starbucks drink?
YouTuber Elton Castle documented his attempt to order the most expensive Starbucks drink last year. He came in second. Castle isn’t even a coffee drinker. He and a group of friends tried to buy the most expensive Starbucks drink in the cafe’s hometown of Seattle, Washington. Castle and his friends first visited a Target store and found a giant container.
Unfortunately, they weren’t able to film inside the world’s first Starbucks, but they found a more willing manager around the corner. The group ordered Caffé Americano. The standard drink consists of several shots of espresso with water heated on top to create a layer of light cream and rich coffee. A standard Grande Americano contains 225 mg of caffeine.
Castle’s drink consists of 104 shots of espresso. Castle and friends took their giant pitcher to the world’s first Starbucks but weren’t allowed to shoot there, so they circled the corner. The group was able to buy the second most expensive Starbucks drink and pay for it in cash.
White Mocha Frappuccino
A man named Thomas bought Starbucks’ third most expensive drink. Thomas was even able to get a free Frappuccino because he received a Starbucks birthday reward. Thomas brought his metal milk can. His giant White Mocha Frappuccino drank 102 more shots of espresso.
Iced Coffee contains 54 pumps of Frappuccino Roasted Coffee, 70 pumps of White Mocha, 4 pumps of Caramel Syrup, 5 Bananas, and 70 grams of Protein Powder. The super drink is topped with Frappuccino chips and caramel drizzle with extra ice. Total caffeine count: 800 mg.
White Mocha Frappuccino
A man named Justin nearly matched Thomas’ record. Justin brought his large plastic container to Starbucks in Stratford, Connecticut to collect his Starbucks Rewards points. Justin’s White Mocha Frappuccino includes 112 espresso shots, 54 pumps of Frappuccino roast, 70 pumps of White Mocha, 4 pumps of caramel syrup, 5 bananas, and 20 grams of protein powder.
This drink is topped with Frappuccino chips. Total caffeine count: 8525 mg. A small group of people gathered in the store to watch Starbucks make the drink, and Justin and their friends drank it.
Two young women bought birthday reward drinks from Starbucks in Maryland in an attempt to buy last year’s most expensive Starbucks drink. Their Quad Espresso comes in a giant Starbucks glass with two straws. Kiersten Vorv and Shaine Choen buy the fifth most expensive Starbucks drink. It contains 120 extra shots of espresso.
Renee C. recently visited her local New York City Starbucks and ordered a 100-cup Caramel Frappuccino with Soy, Vanilla Syrup, and Frapp Chips. In addition to the espresso, this caramel Frappuccino has whole milk, caramel syrup coffee, and plenty of extra ice, whipped cream, caramel drizzle, and Frappuccino chips.
All in all, excluding sales tax, the drink sells for $86.55 and contains about 7,650 mg of caffeine!
This Grande Latte was ordered by William E. Lewis Jr. to break the world record for expensive Starbucks coffee. This isn’t the last time you’ll hear his name – he’s defended his title at the back of this list with great success.
Now, we’re talking about this 99-shot espresso-filled Grand Latte, in an enlarged version of a regular coffee mug in style (some on this list opted for a cement bucket or a milk jug). It also has 20 parts vanilla syrup in it. Lewis paid $83.75 for the latte and shared it with his friends.
Venti Mocha Cookie Crumble Frappuccino
A guy named Jarrod ordered it for $71.35. There are 77 espresso shots, a whole bunch of white mocha, caramel, vanilla, and hazelnut syrups, and about 6,000 mg including all the extra caffeine.
Unlike some of the more advanced drinkers, Jarrod brought a cooler to house his gorgeous Frappuccinos, making all those beautiful sugary ingredients look like tailgate hazelnut bars.
Steven’s almost $60 Starbucks drink is pretty simple. Water and espresso. 84 to be exact, with 6,300 mg of caffeine. Steven says it takes over an hour to make this drink and it turns out to be 3/4 of a gallon!
Sameera started breaking records recently but came in in a very close second. Her mix at Starbucks costs $57.75 and contains a heart-pounding 4,630 mg of caffeine.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. What is the best Starbucks drink?
- Nitro Cold Brew with Sweet Cream.
- Pumpkin Spice Latte.
- Caffé Mocha.
- Caramel Brulée Latte.
- Caffé Americano.
- Medium Roast Coffee.
- Nitro Cold Brew.
- Dark Roast Coffee.
2. What should I order at Starbucks?
- Caramel Macchiato
- Caffe Mocha
- Vanilla Sweet Cream Cold Brew
- White Chocolate Mocha
- Caramel Frappuccino
- Salted Caramel Cold Brew
- Starbucks Reserve Dark Chocolate Mocha
- Iced Chocolate Almond Milk Shaken Espresso
3. What is the most popular drink at Starbucks?
- Vanilla Latte
- Iced White Chocolate Mocha
- Pumpkin Spice Latte
- Cinnamon Roll Frappuccino® Blended Coffee
- Java Chip Frappuccino
- Hot Chocolate
- Green Tea Crème Frappuccino® Blended Crème
- Chai Latte