Full-bodied, the turquoise blue pack? I don't do lights, lololo. I've wanted to try their others but I never have the cash to experiment. These frickin' things are expensive. That being said, I have an e-cigarette lying around somewhere for when I uh, start to want to actually attempt to try to quit. My motto is, as soon as I'm out of Starbucks, I won't need to smoke anymore.
And, if we ever have a HatebuxCon, I'll get ye a big ole bottle of gin. Then we need to get Dolly some Mike's Hard Lemonades, because all younglings have to start on those, lololo.
@sbucksminion The uhh, BRR or BBR or BR2 or whatever the manatees in a pool are calling it now is yet another system put in place to control our minds slash make the job easier for newhires/people who aren't battlescarred bar veterans with the 200 frap stare. It makes the process moreso of a production line sort of thing, despite the suits claiming it makes it less so.
Basically, .. how to explain. I'm apparently my store's pointman on it, and enforcing it, but I couldn't give too much of a crap about it because it requires three or four-part coverage, and we're on skeletal two-part nearly permanently. We get maybe a two hour overlap in the morning, then another in the afternoon, and those are only for half hour breaks.. so both overlaps are really just a single hour of everyone hauling **** to get stuff done.
Man, I don't know. On a single bar, you pump the syrups into the cup, queue up shots directly into the cup (if it's not a caramel macchiato), pour and stream the correct amount of milk, and in a perfect world all of this is finished at exactly the same time and it makes you 'faster,' giving you time to 'connect' with the chud waiting at your handoff plane. A floater is supposed to be marking cups for you, doing your coldbevs, and rinsing your pitchers. Nine times out of ten, the floater isn't doing any of those things, and the whole system collapses because you've got to drop everything you're doing and go make a frappuccino or rinse ten milk pitchers, and the register partner is calling drinks directly to you instead of the floater.
I figure it'd work with a) at the very least three part coverage and b) the floater actually doing their job and c) if it wasn't just a ploy to cut labor and d) get in the news back when it debuted.
Here's some dumb blog entry complete with quotes from 'Starbucks Gossip' with moar.
Be most leery of Starbucks Gossip; last I checked it was full of Kool-Aid swillers, Bux Commandos, and frappy trolls.