Starbucks' Unicorn Frappuccino may look dreamy, but preparation of the coffee chain's latest concoction is nothing but a nightmare for its employees. Just ask Braden Burson.
After a particularly tough day at work, Burson, of Colorado, recorded a steaming tirade against the Frappuccino.
“My hands are completely sticky," Burson says in the video posted to social media. "I have unicorn crap all in my hair, on my nose. I have never been so stressed out in my entire life.
“It's so difficult to make and people were coming in left and right at the drive through and in the front. So for the love of God and everything that is good — don't get the Unicorn Frappuccino!”
Braden is not alone as Starbucks employees across the nation have clearly had it with the swirly pink and blue drink.
It's ice, milk, Frappuccino syrup, vanilla syrup, mango syrup, pink powder, sour blue powder and something called "blue drizzle" that are all blended together, topped with whipped cream and sprinkled with pink and blue sugar.
The beverage has become a popular item on the Starbucks menu and in one instance, someone ordered a crate full of the drink.
Stephen Colbert was clearly not impressed when he tried one on his show this week.
“That’s the color I can only describe as tumor,” he said as he held one of the drinks for the audience.
“Oh I wish I was dead," he added after tasting it.
Good Morning America’s Michael Strahan appeared to like his Unicorn Frappuccino when he tried it.
“It tastes like a sweet tart,” the former New York Giant said. “I love sweet tarts.”
Pop singer Katy Perry took to Snapchat to try it for herself, and spit it out after one sip.
The promotion for the drink ends Sunday and then, just like the creature it was named after, the Unicorn Frappuchino will be nothing but a myth.