Taste test video on the brand new Midnight Mocha Mint frappuccino from Starbucks. Only available for a limited time! Please give the video a like & subscribe!
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Not necessarily a diss to starbucks but I've always been a bigger fan of independent coffee shops myself. People there are a little more social and laid back versus Starbucks everyone is in their own little world
Honestly I totally agree with you there! I use Starbucks of more of a 'study' spot to edit or work on whatever I have to work on. I know of a handful of independent coffee spots that I enjoy going to over Starbucks.
haha that was great! definitely liked this video, I tried getting the unicorn one too. but it was sold out city wide (from Ottawa) in like 2 days. people went nuts over the unicorn one.. Man how did you get yourself to 1000 subs, I'm only at 36. been doing youtube for a year now
Well hello there, came over like you said to. My barista looked so done when she went to make mine. We joked about why would you need whipped cream in the middle if this wasn't the S'mores Frappuccino.
Gave a like because you're a sweetheart!
This was such a cute video! I think yours was made a lot better than mine! Honestly, our baristas here suck! They make the drinks wrong often! My sister who is a Barista in her city makes them perfect every time! I can't wait for her to make me one!
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