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The Most Expensive Starbucks Drink In The World Is RM185

A man from Texas set out to beat the world record for the most expensive Starbucks drink in the world.

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The World's Most Expensive Starbucks Drink Is Now RM185, RM9 More Than The Previous Record

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Medical student Sameera Raziuddin broke the record for the world's most expensive Starbucks drink with a 60-shot Frappuccino costing $57.75 (after a discount).

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Raziuddin entered the Pembroke Pines Starbucks in Florida on Saturday with a massive 1.5 gallon container, complete with a spigot on the bottom, to hold her caffeinated concoction. Her drink, along with the espresso, contained caramel, hazelnut and white mocha syrups, chai flavor, soy milk, cream, matcha powder, vanilla bean powder, and mocha, hazelnut and vanilla drizzle.

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This Beats The Previous Record Set By Andrew Chifari

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The 23-year-old's record officially takes the title from caffeine fiend Andrew Chifari, whose famous Sexagintuple Vanilla Bean Mocha Frappuccino cost $54.75.

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A Normal Drink At Starbucks Will Cost A Customer An Average Of RM15 (USD 5)

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It's easy to spend at least $5 on your morning cup of Joe and pastry at Starbucks.

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Andrew Chifari, A Man In Texas Decided To Come Up With A Mission To Beat The Current Record For The Most Expensive Starbucks Drink In The World

He had recently watched last year’s famous quadringoctuple frap video where another customer used a similar birthday coupon to assemble a 48-shot beverage with a bunch of other pricey substances in order to reach the mind-boggling $47 goal. Andrew’s goal was to break that record, and to produce something that’s drinkable.

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Armed With A Starbucks Gold Card And A 3.8 litre Glass, Andrew Explained His Mission To The Baristas

But Chifari didn't have to pay for the monster drink. As a gold member, if you buy 12 drinks, your 13th is free. That free drink can apply to any available drink, and Chifari is lucky his barista was on board.

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Armed with a 128-ounce glass, Andrew strolled into Starbucks, ready to claim his prize. He got the baristas on his side and they worked as a team to think up the priciest possible concoction, Consumerist reports.

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With 128-ounce glass in hand, Andrew stepped into Starbucks and enlisted the help of his friendly local Starbucks baristas.

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And They Made Him A 'Sexagintuple Vanilla Bean Mocha Frappuccino' - A Starbucks Drink That Contains 60 Espresso Shots. The Damage? RM170

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Andrew Chifari claims to have created the world's most expensive Starbucks drink, containing 60 shots of espresso and costing a staggering $54.75. It's called the Sexagintuple Vanilla Bean Mocha Frappuccino.

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Tamping down the previous known record at $47.30 is the Sexagintuple Vanilla Bean Mocha Frappuccino at $54.75.

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Behold: the Sexagintuple Vanilla Bean Mocha Frappuccino, valued at $54.75

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The Drink Contains A Whoppingd 4.5 Grams Of Caffeine, More Than The Daily Requirement For Caffiene One Can Consume Safely

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For those thinking of ordering a Sexagintuple Frap during their next Starbucks visit, think twice. Consumerist estimates that Andrew's drink contained 4.5 grams of caffeine and notes previous studies which claim 10 grams of caffeine is lethal to adults.

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Andrew’s beverage would contain 4,500 milligrams (4.5 grams) of caffeine if made correctly. One expert told Popular Science that, not accounting for pre-existing medical conditions, a lethal overdose of caffeine for most adults would be about 10 grams.

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Large doses of the drug will still make you feel nervous and jumpy, affecting your blood pressure and heart, and you should not drink sixty shots of espresso in one sitting, ever.

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Chifari Didn't Finish The Drink In One Sitting, Drinking A Third Of It Before Finishing It Later

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“I gotta say, it was delicious,” Chifari said, who only drank one-third of his order on the spot (that's 20 shots' worth). But he tweeted on Wednesday that he had almost finished drinking it.

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