I nearly went to Starbucks for the limited-time drink dubbed the Unicorn Frappuccino.
And many got the drink but didn't like it after all.
The Unicorn Frappuccino will be available through Sunday, April 23 at participating Starbucks stores in Canada, the US and Mexico.
The drink, which was released Wednesday, is made with pink powder blended into cream Frappuccino with mango syrup and layered with a sour blue drizzle, USA Today reported.
Other baristas and unimpressed Starbucks fans alike were also quick to express their disdain for the new drink.
The idea is that the drink will change colors when stirred, and contain both sweet and sour flavors.
Have you tried the Frappuccino?
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The sweet treat is Starbucks' foray into the unicorn food craze.
And just like the real-life unicorns, the Unicorn Frappuccino has been reduced to urban folklore and mythology.
I emailed Starbucks to ask them whether these colors were chemicals. Once the sour (mostly) faded, the Unicorn Frappuccino mainly made me wish I'd gotten a straight up mango one instead.
Burson said he hadn't heard from the company as of midday Thursday.
"It's a great drink".
That said, Starbucks customers have been happily showing off pictures and videos of their Unicorn Frappuccino experience.
Thankfully these majestic drinks are on a limited run, but it's unclear if your favorite barista will make it through to the end.
I dug a little deeper and learned the sugar amount is twice as much as an adult needs in one day!