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Starbuck’s most expensive coffee comes to $47.50

most expensive starbucksENUMCLAW, WASH. — One enterprising Starbucks customer thought it would be a novel idea to find out just how much a cup of joe could set you back. At an Enumclaw Starbucks, he ordered a frappuccino that included everything from 48 shots and protein powder to banana and strawberries — all topped with caramel and chocolate. The cost? A mere $47.50.

9 comments

  • Niki

    Does this man have nothing better to do with his money??? Maybe after all that caffeine he can volunteer at the food bank.? Where 50 bucks could feed a lot of families ! OH WAIT THEN IT WOULD NOT MAKE NEWS TO Q 13.!

  • Joe

    Niki, How one wants to spend their money is up to them. I personally find Starbucks not even coffee, its yuppy coffee flavoring! So snobs can make themselves believe they are drinking coffee when there drinking flavored sugar. But if that is how they spend there money, so be it. Creates Jobs!

  • Dan

    Niki, you do know that he didn't actually have to pay for the drink. It was his free birthday drink. Are you sure you even watched the video?

  • James hetfield

    Just plain dumb. Wastes all that food so he can tell all his friends he figured out a way to spend $50.00 on one drink at Starbucks. Should have also posted the pic of him dumping all that shiite down the sewer. Oh but then he’d just be a greedy jerkoff who wastes food when some people in this world are eating grass to survive. Such a cool guy, I wish I thought of that first. I hear they are making a TV show starring this moron highlighting all the creative ways he can waste food and thumb his nose at less fortunate people in the process.

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