The drink is only here for a few days at participating stores and has a magical flavor that starts off sweet and fruity and turns pleasantly sour, according to Starbucks.
I nearly went to Starbucks for the limited-time drink dubbed the Unicorn Frappuccino. "I mean, it's not like I created unicorns, so I can't be too mad about it", she told the Times. Casual swirls of the straw will reveal that this Frappuccino not only changes in flavor, but also in color from purple to pink.
Upon first taste, you'll get hit with a refreshing mango creamsicle flavour that hits all the right spots, but doesn't make your toothache with overwhelming sweetness.
I would argue it looks better than Starbucks' odd, artificial-looking drink. In his video, Burson complains that the drink is hard to make.
Business Insider reports the tall size has 280 calories and 39 grams of sugar.
Namely, one Braden Burson, who says he's a Starbucks barista.
If you're planning on getting your hands on one of these, you better be fast, because they are just as rare as unicorns.