Starbucks barista goes viral for spilling the tea on coffee secrets

Virginia Glaze
TikToker spills tea on starbucks drink secrets
Pexels.com: Josh Sorenson / TikTok: swaze9089

A Starbucks barista is taking TikTok by storm after revealing some little-known secrets about the coffee chain’s most popular beverages.

TikTok and Starbucks go hand in hand. The company has taken the app by storm thanks to its ‘secret’ drinks that prompted coffee lovers across the globe to seek out the mysterious off-menu bevs to share on social media.

Now, a barista for the chain is going viral for opening customers’ eyes about the secrets behind their favorite drinks.

TikTok user ‘ Swazey’ is a barista who often uploads videos showing herself making drinks, discussing what’s on Starbucks’ seasonal menu, and other such content.

Starbucks drinks on a table
Pexels.com - Adrianna Calvo
Starbucks is a popular destination for coffee lovers of all kinds – but they might not know everything there is to know about the chain’s unique beverages.

However, her video showing off “things you might not have known about Starbucks” has racked up over 2 million views — and commenters are surprised by what they’re seeing.

TikTok star Swazey clarified that a ‘Macchiato’ means the espresso shots go on top of the drink.

She then claimed that their blonde espresso is made with more caffeine, and that their nitro cold brew is infused with nitrogen (because of course it is).

That’s not all; she says the chain’s Caramel Macchiato is actually made with vanilla, and is called as such due to the caramel drizzle in the cup.

But perhaps the most shocking claim in her video is that Starbucks triple-filters its water with reverse osmosis — something that commenters can’t seem to get over.

Click here if TikTok fails to load.

“This is why Starbucks has the best water,” one viewer wrote.

“This is why I crave Starbucks water,” another said.

“So that’s why the water tastes so good,” yet another remarked.

starbucks comments tiktok
TikTok: swaze9089
Commenters finally realized why they liked Starbucks’ water so much.

Swazey has made an entire series out of this concept — where she revealed that customers can get hot drinks at a “kid’s temperature” so they can be consumed right away.

Click here if TikTok fails to load.

This is just the latest Starbucks-related content to go viral on TikTok, after rapper Sueco claimed the chain had sent him a cease & desist notice over his claims that all the company’s cups were actually the same size — a claim that’s been debunked.

loading...