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Nacogdoches Man Creates the Most Expensive Starbucks Drink Ever

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As if the coffee chain wasn't overpriced enough as it is, one East Texas man decided to beat Starbucks at its own game. The result: the most expensive Starbucks drink ever at $23.60 for the cup.

It ended up being completely undrinkable, as one might imagine. Not only for the flavor -- which Logan Warren, the drink's creator, said was utterly awful -- but for the dangerously high levels of caffeine. (Starbucks is already notorious for the bone-shaking amounts of caffeine in even its regular brewed coffee.)

To see the entire recipe and read more about Logan Warren's horrific creation, Rich Connelly at our sister blog Hair Balls has the full scoop.


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