10 most expensive Starbucks drinks ever created

Indulge in the world of decadent sips with this list of the most expensive Starbucks drinks ever created

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From jaw-dropping prices to tantalizing flavors, discover the ultimate in luxurious caffeination
  • Starbucks officially caps the size of its drinks at 31 ounces (Trenta). Still, some customers have been able to order larger sizes.
  • Customers often create the most expensive Starbucks drinks as part of a social media challenge.
  • Some of the priciest Starbucks drinks contain over 100 espresso shots and cost over $80.
  • While some customers can get their expensive Starbucks drinks for free using rewards or coupons, some must pay full price for their caffeine fix.

The world of expensive Starbucks drinks is where creativity, daring taste buds, and a willingness to push the limits collide. From the jaw-dropping 120 Shot Quad Espresso to the extravagant 100 Shot Caramel Frappuccino, these beverages showcase the extremes some customers are willing to go to for a truly unique experience.

While the hefty price tags attached to these drinks may raise eyebrows, they serve as a reminder that indulging in occasional extravagance can be a thrilling and Instagram-worthy adventure.

Whether you’re a coffee aficionado seeking the pinnacle of caffeine opulence or simply curious about the heights of Starbucks’ drink innovation, join us as we explore the top 10 most expensive Starbucks beverages ever created.

Sexogintuple Vanilla Bean Mocha Frappuccino – $54.75

Sexogintuple Vanilla Bean Mocha Frappuccino
The Sexogintuple Vanilla Bean Mocha Frappuccino – served in a massive 3.7-liter glass.

Super-sized and supercharged, the Sexogintuple Vanilla Bean Mocha Frappuccino, priced at $54.75, is not for the faint of heart. It’s so massive that the buyer had to bring their 3.7-liter glass just to contain it!

What’s in this colossal creation? The drink contains white mocha, caramel, mocha and hazelnut drizzle, protein powder, and  60 shots of espresso, making it a mind-boggling 128-ounce drink. To put that into perspective, a single shot of espresso contains approximately 64mg of caffeine. So, this giant coffee packs a whopping 3840 mg of caffeine, enough to make your heart race and your palms sweat.

Despite the hefty price tag, Andrew Chifari, who ordered this drink, had a stroke of luck. Thanks to his rewards card, he received a free birthday drink, and this monstrous beverage fell under that category. Talk about a birthday surprise!

Sexagintuple Frap 2.0 – $60.58

Sameera with her Starbucks drink: The Sexagintuple Frap 2.0
Sameera, with her colossal Starbucks concoction, the Sexagintuple Frap 2.0, priced at $60.58

Sexagintuple Frap 2.0 is an extraordinary Starbucks creation that left everyone in awe. It was Sameera, a woman from Florida, who dared to take on this legendary beverage. This masterpiece was so colossal that it required its giant coffee mug to contain.

Now, Starbucks does have size limitations for their beverages, with anything larger than a Trenta (31 ounces) being off-limits. But Sameera, determined to experience this grand drink, called ahead and arrived near closing time to ensure she didn’t overwhelm the staff with her order.

The massive drink, priced at $60.58, contains 60 espresso shots and white mocha, hazelnut, soy milk with cream, caramel syrup, matcha powder, mocha, vanilla, and hazelnut drizzle. However, Sameera used her rewards card cleverly, reducing the total to $57.75 and saving some money. But what’s even more astonishing is that she had a coupon for a free drink, making her final cost for this extravagant beverage absolutely nothing!

77 Shot Venti Mocha Cookie Crumble Frappuccino – $71.35

77 Shot Venti Mocha Cookie Crumble Frappuccino
77 Shot Venti Mocha Cookie Crumble Frappuccino receipt and the legendary drink mixed in a cooler.

The 77 Shot Venti Mocha Cookie Crumble Frappuccino is a Starbucks beverage that breaks all the norms. This drink, priced at a staggering $71.35, is not your typical morning pick-me-up.

Prepare yourself for a flavor explosion as this unique concoction combines white mocha, soy, protein powder, caramel, vanilla, and hazelnut drizzle, perfectly balanced with a whopping 77 espresso shots. It’s a sugar and caffeine overload in every sip.

While the regular Mocha Cookie Frappuccino consists of Frappuccino roast coffee, frappe chips, ice, and milk, this particular drink was mixed in a cooler, resulting in a less-than-appealing appearance. But that didn’t deter Jarrod, the adventurous customer who ordered it.

Jarrod’s bravery in trying this extravagant beverage paid off in more ways than one; not only did he get to experience this luxurious indulgence, but he also managed to obtain it for free by utilizing a Starbucks birthday reward coupon. Imagine the joy of receiving a $70 drink as a birthday treat!

However, it’s worth noting that consuming the frappuccino with 77 Shots is not for the faint of heart. The immense caffeine and sugar content may lead to heart palpitations and other health concerns. It’s a drink that should be approached with caution and enjoyed in moderation.

101 Shot Grande Latte – $83.75

William Lewis Jr's 99 Shot Grande Latte
William Lewis Jr’s 101 Shot Grande Latte served in a gigantic mug amounting to $83.75.

The legendary 101 Shot Grande Latte, purchased for $83.75 by the adventurous William Lewis Jr., is not meant for solo consumption.

Featuring mindblowing 101 espresso shots and 17 pumps of vanilla syrup, this Grande Latte is an absolute caffeine powerhouse, boasting about 7500 mg of caffeine. It is served in an oversized coffee cup to match its grandeur.

Unlike some fortunate individuals who enjoy free drinks through coupons, Lewis didn’t rely on discounts or promotions. He paid the full price for this extravagant beverage but shared it with his friends. We can only imagine the reactions and gratitude he received from his companions. After all, it’s not every day that you can indulge in one of the most expensive drinks ever crafted

100 Shot Caramel Frappuccino – $86.55

100 Shot Caramel Frappuccino – $86.55
100 Shot Caramel Frappuccino served in a massive glass (with the receipt).

The remarkable 100 Shot Caramel Frappuccino is a creation that left everyone in awe when a customer named Renee ordered it. While many of us have indulged in a regular Caramel Frappuccino, imagining it with 100 espresso shots is mind-boggling.

That translates to a jaw-dropping 6,400mg of caffeine, equivalent to 74 Monster Energy drinks or 67 average cups of coffee. It’s safe to say that this drink packs quite a punch!

The beverage, served in a massive glass, is a delightful blend of Caramel Frappuccino with soy, vanilla syrup, and Frapp chips. However, it’s important to note that a few sips could send your sugar levels skyrocketing. And if the sugar content doesn’t catch up with you, the unbelievably high caffeine content certainly will.

While we don’t advise attempting to order this drink for yourself, if you happen to be in a situation like Renee, who had a free drink reward saved up, why not go all out? Remember to share it with friends because attempting to conquer it solo would likely result in an unpleasant experience.

120 Shot Rewards Drink Quad Espresso – $92.55

Kiersten Vorv and Shaine Choen with their concoction of 120 shot Americano.
Kiersten Vorv and Shaine Choen with their 120-shot Rewards Drink Quad Espresso (and the receipt).

Prepare to be astounded by the next entry on our list of expensive Starbucks drinks: the incredible 120-shot Rewards Drink Quad Espresso. This beverage takes caffeine to a whole new level. If you thought a Quad espresso with its usual four shots was mind-boggling, brace yourself because it goes even further with an additional 116 shots, packing a whopping 9000mg of caffeine. That’s an amount that could potentially be lethal if consumed alone!

While it may not reach the same price range as the most expensive alcoholic drinks in the world, spending $92.55 on a single beverage is undeniably noteworthy. Two brave souls named Kiersten Vorv and Shaine Choen, who were up for the challenge, ordered this heart-stopping concoction.

Served in a large Starbucks glass, this drink was kept simple, without extra frills like vanilla bean or hazelnut syrup. What’s truly remarkable is that these two adventurous ladies not only ordered this eye-popping drink but also sat down and successfully finished it right there at their local Starbucks. Armed with extra-long straws, they tackled the caffeine overload with gusto.

While the price tag is undoubtedly a significant factor in earning this drink a spot on our list, we are even more impressed that Kiersten and Shaine managed to conquer this expensive Starbucks creation without experiencing any adverse effects from the astronomical caffeine content.

White Mocha Frappuccino – $101.50

White Mocha Frappuccino – $101.50
White Mocha Frappuccino original receipt with the drink served in a blue bucket.

The White Mocha Frappuccino is a unique beverage that stands out with its hefty price tag of $101.50. Unlike any ordinary drink, this luxurious drink was served in a large bucket.

This particular Venti White Mocha Frappuccino was ordered by a resident of Stratford, Connecticut, named Justin. It’s important to note that this specialty drink is not listed on the official Starbucks menu or even the renowned secret menu.

Justin had a remarkable goal in mind—to order the most expensive Starbucks beverage ever concocted. To achieve this, he combined an astounding amount of ingredients in his large blue bucket. The recipe consisted of an incredible 112 espresso shots, 54 pumps of Frappuccino roast coffee, 5 bananas, 70 pumps of white mocha, 4 pumps of caramel syrup, and 20 grams of protein powder and Frapp chips to top it all off.

Justin’s White Mocha frappuccino amounted to $89.60, contributing to the total of $101.50. Although this creation didn’t claim the title of the priciest Starbucks drink ever made, its cost far surpassed what most of us would envision spending on a single beverage.

Fortunately for Justin, he obtained this extraordinary drink free of charge using his rewards points. Moreover, he invited a group of friends to accompany him in consuming this exceptionally costly Starbucks masterpiece.

Venti White Mocha Frappuccino – $102.04

Venti White Mocha Frappuccino – $102.04
The bill for the Venti White Mocha Frappuccino and Thomas with his drink

Venti White Mocha Frappuccino is the third most expensive Starbucks drink, meticulously concocted by a customer named Thomas, who has a particular penchant for indulgence.

To contain this extravagant creation, Thomas chose a large metal milk bucket. The recipe for his drink is quite astonishing as it features 102 shots of espresso, 54 pumps of frappuccino roast coffee, 70 pumps of white mocha, 4 pumps of caramel syrup, 5 bananas, protein powder, frapp chips, caramel, and mocha drizzle, and extra ice for a refreshing touch.

While Thomas couldn’t claim the title of ordering the world’s most expensive Starbucks drink, he did set a new record for the priciest cold beverage. His achievement is even more impressive because he enjoyed this lavish drink without spending a single penny. Like others on the list, Thomas wisely used a birthday rewards drink coupon to cover the cost of his creation.

Grande Americano – $102.15

Elton Castee's Grande Americano: most expensive Starbucks drinks
Elton Castee’s Grande Americano in a giant bucket amounting to $102.15, the second most expensive Starbucks drink ever created.

The Grande Americano is a Starbucks beverage that gained significant attention thanks to Elton Castee, a popular content creator. Elton, who was known for his massive following of 1.2 million on Vine and now boasts 3.71 million subscribers on YouTube, captivated viewers with his video featuring a $102 Starbucks coffee. The video garnered an impressive 1.6 million views.

While Elton may not possess the immense wealth of Warren Buffett, he successfully crafted the second most expensive Starbucks drink in the world, creating quite a spectacle in the process.

To embark on this ambitious endeavor, Elton faced a unique challenge. He needed to find a suitable container to accommodate the massive quantity of coffee he intended to order. After scouring a store, he settled on a small white opaque trash bin, which he proudly carried into a nearby Starbucks.

The resulting concoction was an Americano infused with an astonishing 102 extra shots of espresso, white mocha, and whipped cream complemented by a drizzle of caramel. This impressive blend rang up a total of $102.15. Despite having four people to share the beverage with, their valiant efforts barely made a dent in this gargantuan drink.

Elton, determined to spread the joy of his extravagant creation, even attempted to share the drink with random individuals on the street. However, despite his best efforts, half of this colossal coffee remained.

Super Venti Flat White – $148.99

Super Venti Flat White, the most expensive Starbucks drinks ever created.
William Lewis Jr. regains the throne as the “most expensive Starbucks drink” with his Super Venti Flat White, which costs $148.99.

The Super Venti Flat White is a coffee creation that shattered records and left an indelible mark in the world of extravagant Starbucks drinks. The mastermind behind this record for the most expensive gigantic drink is none other than William Lewis Jr., who took it personally when his previous record got broken, propelling him to set an unbeatable benchmark.

Armed with a colossal coffee mug, he made his way to his local Starbucks, ready to redefine the limits of extravagance. Lewis Jr. achieved his goal by boldly ordering a Super Venti Flat White with 170 espresso shots. To put it into perspective, a regular Venti Flat White typically contains only three espresso shots.

Not stopping at the espresso overload, Lewis opted for coconut milk to enhance the flavor while anticipating a slight price increase due to this customization.

While his previous record-breaking drink contained approximately 7500 mg of caffeine, the 240-ounce Super Venti Flat White boasts nearly 11,000mg. Such an astronomical amount should be approached with caution, as even 1,000mg of caffeine can cause adverse effects such as jitteriness, rapid heart rate, and increased anxiety, particularly in individuals sensitive to caffeine.

Thankfully, Lewis Jr. graciously shared this extraordinary drink with his friends, sparing himself the daunting task of consuming it all by himself.

The most expensive Starbucks drinks: FAQs

What is the most expensive Starbucks drink challenge?

The most expensive Starbucks drink challenge is a social media challenge that became popular in 2014, where people try to one-up the current record holder by creating pricey Starbucks beverages. These drinks are not on official menus but are the result of secret ingredients shared among coffee enthusiasts.

Can you get a free Starbucks drink on your birthday?

Yes, if you are a member of the Starbucks rewards program, you can get a free birthday drink. However, this free drink is limited to specific menu items and is not valid on the most expensive Starbucks drinks. It also cannot be combined with other offers or discounts.

What is the largest size Starbucks drink you can order?

The largest Starbucks drink available is the Trenta size, which holds 31oz of liquid. However, there are some restrictions on what you can buy in this size – for example; you can’t get drinks like hot espresso shots or Frappuccinos with certain toppings.

Can you use rewards points to purchase the most expensive Starbucks drinks?

Yes, if you are a member of the Starbucks rewards program, you can use your rewards points to purchase any Starbucks drink, including the most expensive ones on the menu. However, reward points may not cover the entire cost of the drink, especially if it is a limited-time or custom order.

Wrapping up

While you can choose from an array of Starbucks lattes and Frappuccinos, some drinks go beyond the standard menu and are more expensive than the average cup of coffee. Often made with rare ingredients and unique recipes, these luxury beverages are available only at select Starbucks locations.

However, it’s essential to approach these beverages cautiously, considering the potentially staggering caffeine content and health risks associated with consuming such excessive amounts in one sitting.

Whether obtaining these drinks through special coupons, birthday rewards, or paying the full price, the stories of those who have dared to order these expensive creations highlight the allure and curiosity they generate. It’s a testament to the wide range of options and opportunities available to Starbucks patrons, encouraging them to explore the boundaries of taste and the limits of their wallets.

Sources: TheRichest TheMostExpensive, Reuters, Eater

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