Cutting out that morning coffee could save you a bit of money, but if you get what Logan Warren ordered every weekday morning you'd save almost $5,000 a year.
He ordered what he is claiming is the most expensive Starbucks Drink in the world and it cost $23.60.
Warren doesn't do this every day, but wanted to see how expensive a drink he could get with his coupon for any drink he wanted.
"It's not every day that you receive a coupon for one of the priciest beverage chains in the world!" writes Warren in a Coffee and Computers blog. "Armed with my Starbucks Rewards card, I decided to take the opportunity to find out just how much money I could pour into a Trenta."
Trenta is Starbucks' 31-ounce cup, which is about 920 ml or just a shade smaller than the 7-Eleven Big Gulp.
He spent about half an hour with a laughing barista working on the creation to jack the price as much as possible.
Here's what to order if you are looking to do the same. It's one Java Chip Frappuccino in a Trenta cup, 16 shots of espresso, a shot of soy milk, caramel flavouring, banana puree, strawberry puree, vanilla beans, Matcha powder, protein powder, and a drizzle of caramel and mocha.
The drink contains 1400mg of caffeine. That's almost three times the amount listed as a heavy dose by Erowid, a well respected drug catalog.
Warren admits if he drank it all at once it would put him in the hospital. He describes the taste as not good saying it's like "Jillian Michaels with a touch of Chuck Norris."
Despite all of the caffeine, it is probable still healthier than the Cold Stone PB&C milkshake. This 2,010-calorie drink topped the list of worst drinks in the U.S. McDonald's least healthy shake came in third on the list with 1,160 calories.
Unfortunately, Warren doesn't mention how well he slept that night.
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