Starbucks’ most expensive drink has 40 shots of espresso

Starbucks’ most expensive drink has 40 shots of espresso

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A Washington state man put a lot of planning into his cup of coffee and he may have set a record with it.

Behold, "The Quadriginoctuple Frap."

Beau Chevassus says it is the costliest cup of coffee available at Starbucks with a price tag of $47.30.

He ordered a 52-ounce venti with 40 shots of espresso, Frappuccino soy mocha drizzle, and basically everything else on the menu.

He placed the order on his birthday, so in admiration, the baristas gave it to him for free!

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