Starbuck's Matcha Pink Drink | Ombré Green to Pink FAIL!
Starbucks Matcha Pink Drink review
The INSIDER Summary:
• Starbucks has a new pink drink. It's made by adding matcha to its .• Although the drink tastes good, it actually isn't as pink as food Instagrammers make it look.
If you don't remember the infamous that circulated Instagram the summer of 2019, then you must be living under a rock (or maybe you aren't a basic betch).
This aesthetically pleasing drink is made by combining the sweet Strawberry-Acaí refresher with coconut milk, to achieve the bubblegum pink color we all know and love.
2019 is a big year for Starbucks. With new menu releases and gluten-free options, Starbucks fiends everywhere are jumping for joy.
In addition to these new items, one brilliant Starbucks lover made anewPink Drink, by incorporating Matcha into the previous Pink Drink recipe.
Seeing this picture circulate Instagram and news outlets got me hyped. This watermelon-looking drink was just what my Insta feed and I needed, so I had to get my hands on it.
I approached the barista, nervous, with the order rehearsed in my head: Venti one part Matcha coconut milk and three parts Strawberry Acaí coconut milk (traditional Pink Drink).
The cashier looked at me, confused, and wasn't sure what I meant. I then proceeded to show him the above picture and explained.
He then reluctantly entered the order and charged me a whopping .00. The barista, somewhat annoyed at my order, quickly threw together the drink, mumbling something under her breath like "that isn't a real drink," and this is what I got.
Disappointed in the look of my drink, I thanked the barista for her effort and left. The drink tasted a lot like the regular pink drink, but was died green due to the Matcha powder.
On my drive home I started thinking about how Instagrammersactuallytake those eye catching food pictures and did a little experiment.
I made my own "Pink Drink" and dyed almond milk with food coloring to see if I could fool a few people.
I posted this perfect watermelon-gradient picture to my Snapchat story and instantly received a stream of responses all along the lines of "what is this beauty?" Many were disappointed to find out it was just... dyed almond milk.
Although my Starbucks order didn't work out as planned, it was certainly tasty, and got me thinking. Many of us forget that a picture is not real life, and food pictures can always be faked, dyed, saturated, and much more.
So next time you see a drool-worthy Starbucks concoction on Instagram, don't always expect yours to come out as beautiful as that viral feed picture.
Video: STARBUCKS OMBRE PINK DRINK TASTE TEST! 💕
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