- Customer (to barista): Uhm, excuse me? We didn't order this. It has coffee in it.
- Barista: Well what did you order?
- Customer: White mochas.
- Barista: That has coffee in it.
- Customer: Oh! Well . . .
- Barista: This is Starbucks.
Anonymous said: A cup of coffee has less caffeine than an espresso so I don't get all this triple and quad business when you literally could get more caffeine having a coffee
Ignoring the typo, is it so hard to believe that some people drink espresso beverages for more reasons than just maximizing caffeine content per ounce?
Anonymous said: I feel the need to point out to "i officially need all of my drinks to be triples or quads" anon that I once witnessed my shift casually drink twelve shots of espresso in the span of three hours (2 quad espressos as his regular partner drinks and 1 quad iced venti CM that someone in drive thru didn't want.) My heart started having irregular palpitations just watching him...
Anonymous said: i drink so much coffee now that i started as a barista (not at starbucks though) that a grande with a regular amount of shots is way too sweet now (two shots). i officially need all of my drinks to be triples or quads
Anonymous said: I'm sorry if you've answered this before but I really wanted to start drinking coffee because sometimes before school I just need a pick me up what can you suggest I start off with that doesn't have that strong coffee taste and something I can eventually move up too once my pallet gets used to the taste? Thank you!
I have but I dont mind doing it again.
I started with mochas. Chocolate is a pretty strong taste that mixes well with coffee. Over time, I just started asking for less and less syrup.
You can really do this with any flavor latte you enjoy. Chocolate and white chocolate are nice and sweet though and are typically a good place to start.
When the barista says “we’ll have those drinks out in just a second” they’re real tired of hearing you count to one and then ask for your drink.
colclplay said: well here i am. it's almost 4 in the morning and i didn't even check the time until i finished reading through every single page of your blog. i love it so much. you're an amazing person. props to you for the gym and just being the awesome former-barista you are. i learned so much from your blog (that my shifts neglected to tell me during training). since you're in the dfw area, you should stop by my store, custer/121 in frisco sometime! :D
Ya know, I got a full tank of gas and fuck all to do tomorrow… I might just. Hit me back and let me know when you work. We’ll take selfies and everything.
Every so often, I go through my posts and check the notes. Its always nice to see people who have been following since the beginning still liking and re logging things. This blog has changed a lot since then and its cool that y’all have come along for the ride.
Its also cool to see newer followers becoming “regulars” here.
I’m glad y’all enjoy this shit, basically.