Whitney said: "I am not usually one for trendy Starbucks drinks, but for this I am ALL IN. After trying all four varieties of this drink, I definitely prefer the original, unsweetened edition best. (But shout-out to the coconut milk edition because it was delicious, and the half-lemonade drink because it was really refreshing.) The bright pink color made me worry that my lips would turn that same color like a bright red popsicle would. But it didn’t! I’m assuming that the dragonfruit is frozen, not fresh, since it was cold as ice when I bit into it, but it tasted great regardless. Call me basic, but you’ll definitely catch me sipping on this over the summer."
Ryan said: "OK, I’m a very picky person. It took me like two years and a lot of contemplating to switch from Dunkin’ Donuts to Starbucks. So, I wasn’t sure how I’d feel about this drink. Turns out, I actually really liked it — especially the one who with no added sugar. I think because it didn’t have added sugar, it felt lighter and definitely more refreshing. I wouldn’t get it as subsitute for coffee or tea, but I’d get it if I was hot, bored, or wanted to put something on my Instagram story in the summertime."
Andrew said: "I really loved the one with no added sugar. I prefer unsweetened iced tea, and while this most definitely had sugar in it, it tasted more like a delicious fruit juice than a super-sweetened drink. I would definitely order this again."
Jon-Michael said: "First off, the color is ~exactly~ what I want in a summer drink — a bold fuchsia with bits of fruit floating at the top. But even better than the color is its fruity sweetness, which is a little bit like biting into a cold mango on a hot summer day. TBH, the only thing it’s missing is a shot of rum."