With nearly 5 ounces of room to spare!! WOW. View Image ›
Look closely. It’s actually pretty adorable.
The human body was not meant to consume that much coffee at once.
You’ll need to get your stomach stapled after drinking one.
Also known as “The Bladder Buster.”
Along with their new “state-of-the-art logo,” Starbucks also wants to keep their menu new and fresh. But, the Trenta? Perhaps they did not keep the human stomach in mind. View Image ›
Starbucks announces its new huge-ass drink size, the Trenta, which holds 916 ml worth of liquid. The National Post made this graphic comparing it to the size of the average human stomach, which only holds 900 ml. The good news is: the human bladder can hold 400–620 mL, but it can hold twice this without rupturing. View Image ›
America’s bladders just got bigger.
A glimpse into our dystopian, Barista-ruled future. At least there will be mochas. View Image ›
Starbucks has decided to drop its name from their logo. Definite upgrade. View Image ›
Starbucks is now serving wine and beer in Seattle stores! This really changes everything. If they start selling beer at NYC locations, we could easily have BuzzedFeed in the office more often. View Image ›
A Starbucks in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Seattle is going to start serving beer and wine after 4pm. Sometime around 2016, they’ll start serving spiked frappuccinos and my life will officially be complete. Read More ›
DISCLAIMER: If you are, say, an old man who orders a strawberry lemonade or a child who orders a quad espresso, I do apologize. This chart doth not apply to thee. View Image ›
This may be the most boring secret ever; however, if you crave Pumpkin Spice Lattes, they’re available starting tomorrow. Starbucks seems to think this is CIA level information. View Image ›
Millions of people visit Starbucks regularly for their daily dose of caffeine. These loyal fans swear by the coffee giant, expressing their love for those oh-so-necessary lattes and frappuccinos. Others are not so fond of the company, vowing to resist the urges and express their intense hatred in what seems like every way possible—websites, pictures, videos, you name it! Here are the best of the worst. View List ›
Changes coming soon at a Starbucks cafe on the edge of a trendy Seattle neighborhood eventually could ripple through the nation’s coffee house industry.
There are some pretty terrible creatures lurking around Starbucks for the wifi - and with free wifi for everyone being launched, we’re bound to see a lot more coming through. I think I’m the second guy. View Image ›
Here’s one way to get people to stick around for Frappy Hour - Starbucks posted a tweet this morning alerting followers that it’ll be rolling out free WiFi in all stores to all customers. No registration, no strings attached.
At Wired’s Business Conference in New York City, Starbucks Howard Schultz announced that the coffee giant is now offering free Wifi to customers beginning July 1. Currently, you can connect to AT&T WiFi in Starbucks stores, which is free for two hours if you have a registered Starbucks card
An eloquent and moving letter to Starbucks about the feng shui in their bathrooms. Apparently inspired by a fortune cookie fortune, which makes it all the more poignant. View Image ›
The perfect mug for the Starbucks/BSG fan in your life. Fresh roasted cylon sounds like an actual type of coffee, one with a bitter, genocidal aftertase. Get your mug now before the trademark dispute begins. View Image ›
With Guy Ritchie’s adaptation of Sherlock Holmes now shooting in London, it was only a matter of time for the first shots of Robert Downey Jr. as Sherlock Holmes to hit the web. And he drinks Starbucks! Who knew the famous Victorian detective could so quickly adapt to the times?! View Image ›
The $11,000 coffee machine is now coming to Starbucks. How much better can drip coffee be? $4 a cup better, apparently. Read More ›
But only for three hours. All American locations were shut down temporarily so that employees could, in the words of one mocking headline, “learn how to make coffee.” Hopefully, anti-Starbucks crusader Reverend Billy enjoyed his brief respite from battling the tyranny of burnt-tasting java and pleasing adult-contemporary sounds. But he’ll have to regroup to fight the chain’s sinister “phase two of operation.” Read More ›