STARBUCKS is known for its creative drinks, delicious baked goods, and welcoming environment.
There are hundreds of tips and tricks when it comes to ordering your Starbucks treat the right way.
A Starbucks customer said she was disappointed with the drink her barista handed herCredit: TikTok
Her no ice latte was only half fullCredit: TikTok
One hack we’ve heard is to order your iced coffee without ice, as this will lead to a more full cup of a caffeine.
But one woman, who goes by @chance_twins on the TikTok account she shares with her sister, said she was left very disappointed when she received her no ice order.
“I asked for no ice, and this is what she gave me with a straight face,” the woman said.
She shook a half-empty cup of coffee that looked very lukewarm and dissatisfying.
Commenters were annoyed with the barista:
“Acting like it’s coming out of her personal paycheck,” one person wrote.
“Former barista here… If someone asks for no ice, I will completely fill the cup with whatever they order. Starbucks keeps raising their prices smh,” added another.
“PSA Starbucks standard is to fill it up to the top if you order no ice!! Corporate has released multiple updates about this (excluding iced espresso),” claimed a third.
A very different Starbucks worker, however, has been labeled a hero online after posting the secret to getting half-priced ice lattes.
The former employee posted on Reddit and said:
“An iced venti latte is ~$4, a doppio (two espresso shots) is $1.95, and a cup of ice with two add shots is $1.20.”
“Because you can add as much cold milk as you want from the condiment bar (that island full of sugar packets and carafes) to whatever you’re drinking, you can ALWAYS ask for an iced venti doppio, pay $1.95 then add the milk yourself. Half price lattes.”
The user went on to say they often gave away free drinks to officers in uniform and also teachers.
Viewers were horrified at the barista’s behaviorCredit: TikTok
We pay for your stories!
Do you have a story for The US Sun team?
The Insidexpress is now on Telegram and Google News. Join us on Telegram and Google News, and stay updated.