Stirring the drink somehow subtracts all the blue from it?
Whoever made this drink apparently thinks unicorns are dark and nihilistic, like in the "Charlie the Unicorn" videos.
NEW YORK (AP) Starbucks is calling a limited-time beverage that changes colors and flavors with a stir of the straw a "Unicorn Frappuccino". Stripes and swirls of sour blue drizzle line the inside of the clear cup, giving the drink its two-tone appearance. but that's just the start of the magic. The finishing touches are vanilla whipped cream and a sprinkle of sweet pink and sour blue topping. As you continue to stir, the flavor keeps on evolving into new surprising tastes, while the color patterns alternate.
A deep bellow was the noise heard across America when Starbucks released its long-rumored Unicorn Frappuccino in participating stores nationwide Wednesday.
Starbucks introduced their new Unicorn Frappuccino for a limited time.
Android 7.1.1 Nougat update reportedly rolling out to Nokia 6
Rumors have stated that Nokia 9 will feature a 5.5-inch display with a 1440 x 2560 pixel resolution and a price tag of about $699. The new update will upgrade the smartphone to Android Nougat 7.1.1 confirming the promise to keep the software updated.
Starbucks' Unicorn Frappuccino definitely sounds mythical, but a growing body of evidence suggests that the buzzed-about beverage will be in stores on or around 19 April 2017.
This Metro editor had a chance to try a Unicorn Frap one day early. I do see pink and I do see purple, but they're close in shade and there's no "wow" moment where it looks like someone repainted the drink's colors. Gen Z, a group that grew up with social media, is poised to surpass the millennial generation in size, and may be more influential than their slightly older peers.
That's not to say that millennials, generation X, baby boomers and the silent generation won't want to buy a unicorn Frappuccino, however.
- Talk-radio host Alex Jones argues persona in custody dispute
- Some show kids school is safe after San Bernardino shooting
- New Book: Obama Had to Push Hillary to Concede 2016 Election
- Elite men, bulk of field start Boston Marathon
- USA troops to help Somalia fight al-Shabab
- Trump pulls his punches on China and Germany
- Coachella crowds urged to keep cellphones safe
- Pence to North Korea: 'Era of strategic patience is over'
- ISIS Wants Alliance With Al-Qaeda, Says Iraqi Vice President
- Uber says net revenue outpaced losses in 2016