Anthony Bourdain Weighs in on Starbucks' Controversial Unicorn Frappuccino
“[It’s] like four things I hate all in one sentence: Starbucks, unicorns, and the colors pink and purple,” Bourdain, 60, riffed in a recent interview with Town & Country.
Celebrity chefMario Batali was not having the sugar-packed beverage either, which Starbucks described as being “made with a sweet dusting of pink powder, blended into a crème Frappuccino with mango syrup and layered with a pleasantly sour blue drizzle,” then finished with “vanilla whipped cream and a sprinkle of sweet pink and sour blue powder topping.”
“What does that even mean? The word ‘powder’ tells you a lot about that. I’ve been warned about powders all my life. Trying to stay off of them!” Batali joked to PEOPLE at the celebrity chef-studded Can Do Awards dinner benefitting the Food Bank for New York City on Wednesday.
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Perry seemed excited to sip the drink at first. But as it hit her mouth, her face changed to that of disgust — and she quickly spit it out.
“I couldn’t handle drinking my own blood,” she wrote on the photo — adding a unicorn emoji to insinuate that she herself is a unicorn.
The drink is available until April 23.