It is not uncommon to see Starbucks customers place absurd orders and display them online. As a result, there are all kinds of orders on the internet, so what is the longest Starbucks order?
The longest Starbucks order is a Venti Caramel Crunch Frappuccino with bananas, extra pumps of dark caramel sauce, extra ice, whipped cream, caramel drizzle and honey blend.
😲 I once stood behind a customer who had a very long order that took more than 30 minutes to prepare. He was ordering a Venti Caramel Frappuccino and had more than 10 requests.
After my experience, I decided to research more on the drink since I had never heard of it and came up with this post to share details on what this order is about and its nutritional information.
By the end of it, you will also discover how to make it at home. Keep reading for this and much more!
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What is the name of the longest Starbucks order, and where did it originate from?
The longest Starbucks order is called Venti Caramel Crunch Frappuccino. This drink was called the “Edward” because the barista, who goes by @ProjectJosiee on Twitter, posted an image of the cup on the platform, and it went viral.
😩 He joked about its over-the-top contents and a caption that said “On today’s episode on why I want to quit my job.”
This tweet got over 335,000 likes, and other baristas and customers shared their views on this. For instance, someone who goes by binx shared a photo of a long order and said that this order comes in every week.
this order comes in every other week pic.twitter.com/PAdcIFotyv— binx (@binxsicle) May 3, 2021
Another barista, who goes by Katie Cammm on Twitter, also replied, saying that she once served a customer that asked for 27 pumps of vanilla. The customer watched as she counted every pump.
One time someone asked me for 27 pumps of vanilla. She watched me count every single one. 🥴🥴🥴🥴— Katie Camlin (@katie_cammm) May 3, 2021
One Twitter user who goes by weathermike24 also contributed to the discussion by saying that customers who make such long orders should tip the barista.
Orders with more than 8 changes should automatically charge a tip for the baristas. Like what they do when you go to a restaurant with a large group of people.— Mike Johnson (Weather Mike) (@weathermike24) May 3, 2021
My view is that preparing such long orders puts a lot of stress on baristas. Baristas try to please all customers, including those held up in line by the one customer ordering an intricate drink.
Though you may appreciate how baristas pay attention to detail when making complicated orders, do you feel some people make long orders for show?
Despite being a Starbucks regular for years, I have never come across an order that gained more attention than “The Edward.”
What is in the longest Starbucks order?
Believe it or not, the longest Starbucks order, Venti Caramel Crunch Frappuccino has over 10 ingredients. It includes the following:
- Heavy cream
- Seven pumps of dark caramel sauce
- Seven frappuccino chips
- Five pumps of frappuccino-roasted coffee
- Extra salted brown butter
- Five bananas
- Extra ice
- A pump of the honey blend
- Extra caramel crunch
- Extra cinnamon dolce sprinkling
- Extra whipped cream
- Extra caramel drizzle
What is the nutritional value of the longest Starbucks order?
Finding out the number of calories, amount of sugar, and caffeine in a drink is important before making a long order. So, here are the nutritional details for the customized Venti caramel crunch frappuccino
Calories in a venti
🤷 So, how do this customized frappuccino compare to the standard Venti caramel crunch frappuccino without customization? Below is a table showing the nutritional details of the standard drink without customizations.
Calories in a Venti
From the table above, you can tell that the customized version of the Caramel Crunch Frappuccino exceeds every measure in the standard Venti cup. Imagine the amount of weight you would add if you consumed this drink frequently.
Can you make Starbucks’s longest order at home?
Yes, you can make a drink inspired by this customized caramel crunch frappuccino at home, although it will not be an exact copy.
You’ll need a blender and ingredients, which are readily available at Starbucks and local stores.
Starbucks’s longest order – Copycat recipe
- Measuring cup
- A large jar
- 5 scoops of vanilla ice cream
- 1 cup of iced coffee
- 1 cup crushed ice
- 5 tablespoons of caramel sauce
- 1 cup Whipped cream 5 bananas
- Start by blending the bananas until you achieve a thick consistency
- Add the 5 scoops of Vanilla ice cream to the blender
- Brew a cup of coffee, then add it to the mixture
- Add some ice to make the drink more refreshing
- Give the drink a more delicious flavour by adding caramel sauce to the blender
- Blend the mixture until you achieve a smooth consistency
- Add a cup of whipped cream to make the drink thicker and sweeter
- Serve and enjoy!
- Add a sweetener like honey or maple syrup.
- If you don’t have regular iced cubes, you can use crushed ice for quicker results.
I find the customized caramel crunch frappuccino discussed here most deserving of the title of the most complicated and longest order known by many.
You can make this drink at home following the guidelines above if you wish to try it, but don’t want to keep others waiting in line. However, remember to enjoy it in moderation.
What is the largest size you can order at Starbucks?
The largest size available at Starbucks is Trenta, and it weighs 31 fl ounces. This is available for some cold drinks, such as iced coffee.
Which Starbucks drink has the longest name?
Besides the customized caramel crunch frappuccino, A Venti Double Risterro with organic chocolate brownie decaf coffee and vanilla double shot: nonfat half-breve blended with some foam and whipped cream, Gingerbread Frappuccino, a Sweet N’Low, and a Nutrasweet with some ice is the Starbucks drink with the longest name.
What Starbucks orders do Baristas find most annoying?
Baristas find long orders that are complicated to make the most annoying since they are time-consuming and frustrating to prepare.
For instance, one barista expressed his frustration on Twitter after a customer ordered a Caramel Crunch Frappuccino with 13 requests.
Kai Jordan worked as a Certified Nutrition Specialist and now a food critic whose main objective is to provide consumers with as much information as they need to make the right choices concerning foods and drinks. Jordan is passionate about helping the public reach their health-related goals but also keen on reviewing foods and drinks offered by some of the famous restaurants the likes of Starbucks.
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