There really is a SPECIF ordering process and lingo for get a “simple” cup of joe at Starbucks. Apparently you should order you pastry first before you order coffee…wow. Oh here are some examples of ordering a drink at Starbucks. I’ve always know about the short 8oz size only, I didn’t realize there was an option to how to stir your shots. When you say “For Here” you are asking for a glass cup and plate as to the paper cup. Also you have a option of a shot of espresso, energy or protein power to a frappuccino. I don’t think I even understand the whole milk and mixing options…there are options but you have to know the lingo to get what you want.
Examples of the Starbucks lingo–
- For Here, Iced Half-Caf, Quad, Grande, Soy, Starbucks Doubleshoton Ice + Energy
- Quad Venti Skinny with Whip Iced Caramel Macchiato
- Tall Green Tea Frappuccino Blended Creme
- Venti 7 Pump no Whip White Mocha
- Short Americano for here
Did you get that? What did you order above?
- In 16oz glass cup, coffee with one shot of decaf, one shot of regular, four shots of espresso, with soy milk with a shot of energy power and all that to be shaken not stirred , steam it and serve over ice cubes.
- Coffee in a 20z paper cup with four shots are poured on top the drink, not stirred nor shaken with a sugar-free syrup and non-fact milk with whipping cream, caramel syrup server over ice.
- In a 12oz paper cup of herb green tea with coffee mix of espresso power, leave enough room so I can put cream into my cup myself and blend that all together served over ice cubes.
- In a 20oz paper cup coffee with seven pumps of white chocolate mocha, don’t top it of with whip cream.
- In a 8oz glass cup of black caffeine coffee.
This is a basic guide to the Starbucks-specific lingo. . . Here are the steps to ordering from Starbucks. via How to Order at Starbucks – wikiHow.