9 Starbucks Orders That Make Baristas Roll Their Eyes

Caramel Ribbon Crunch Frappuccino

Baristas dislike making this layered Frappuccino due to its messy preparation process and time-consuming steps, especially during busy periods.

Iced Matcha Tea Latte

Despite its simple ingredients, baristas find this drink difficult to make as it tends to clump up without enough ice and creates excessive foam, particularly with alternative milks.

Iced London Fog Tea Latte

Baristas dislike making tea lattes on ice, like the London Fog, because of the steeping process, which can delay orders during rush times, especially in the drive-thru.

Mocha Cookie Crumble Frappuccino

This Frappuccino, with its numerous layers and additional steps, slows down the workflow for baristas and can cause clogs on the bar due to cookie toppings.

Honey Citrus Mint Tea

Known as the "Medicine Ball" tea, this drink requires baristas to migrate between stations, making it inconvenient and time-consuming, especially during busy periods.

Honey Almond Milk Flat White

Baristas dislike this drink due to the difficulty in steaming almond milk for the correct texture and the sickeningly sweet taste of honey, making it unpopular among many.

Pink Drink Starbucks Refreshers Beverage

While visually appealing, baristas find customizations like heavy cream and vanilla bean powder unappealing and dense, making them difficult to enjoy.

Dragon Drink Refresher with Oleato Golden Foam

This unusual combination of flavors and textures, including olive oil-infused cold foam, is considered unpleasant by many baristas and customers alike.

Pineapple Passionfruit Refresher

Despite its simple ingredients, baristas often discourage customers from ordering this drink due to its unpleasant taste, likened to medicine or soap.