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Bigger than your stomach!

Holy cow.

No, really. It would take a cow to fill this monstrosity with milk.

Have you seen this?

Starbucks has created a new size of drink called the Trenta. It will be available for iced drinks only (hot drinks would never STAY hot enough in that giant cup in the time it would take you to finish them, I imagine!)


Now, I love coffee. Looooooove coffee. And caffeine in general. I drink unsweetened iced tea every day (yes, even in winter!) for my midday/afternoon caffeine fix. I have a latte (also unsweetened) every weekday morning, and pots of French Press coffee on the weekends. I LOVE coffee. (All of these things, I might add, I make at home). I do occasionally go to Starbucks (they ARE convenient, there is no denying that), for lattes or chai tea (I am NOT a fan of their coffee – disgusting sludge, if you ask me) – in fact, I went by there this afternoon for a Tall Chai Tea Latte. Tall. As in 12 ounces. Plenty. More than enough even, as I didn’t quite finish it.

Tell me, WHY do we need 31 ounces of Starbucks at one sitting?!?! And just HOW would you ever leave the bathroom after drinking one?

Will YOU try a Trenta?


2 Comments Post a comment
  1. No, I don’t think I will ever try it. I might puke if I drink so much at a time.

    January 21, 2011
  2. I will definitely not be trying a trenta! I am a Grande girl myself.

    Say, how do you sweeten your coffee? I’m trying to cut back on refined sugar, but I am having trouble enjoying sugarless coffee. Thought of maybe trying vanilla almond milk, which I suppose is sweetened with cane sugar?

    Anyway, curious what you use, thanks!

    January 24, 2011

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