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Starbucks barista writes ‘secret message’ on nurse’s coffee cup


A whole latte love! Starbucks barista writes ‘secret message’ on nurse’s coffee cup – but would YOU spot it?

  • Ashley Wilkins, from the US, shared a video to TikTok showing a secret note
  • Barista took a black marker to coffee cup to cross out part of warning message
  • In TikTok video, Ashley showed how he left words ‘caution, you’re extremely hot’

Whether it’s a pumpkin spice latte or a festive hot chocolate, many Starbucks customers will find their name misspelled on their takeaway cups after heading into the store for their favourite hot drink.

But one crafty barista found another way to get a customer’s attention, by leaving a saucy hidden message on her cup of coffee.

Ashley Wilkins, from the US,  shared a video to TikTok showing a secret message written by her barista on the to-go cup.

Ashley Wilkins, from the US, shared a video to TikTok showing a secret message written by her barista on the to-go cup

, Daily Echoed

, Daily Echoed

One crafty barista found another way to get a customer’s attention, by leaving a saucy hidden message on her cup of coffee. The nurse, who is married and has a daughter, posted a video, which has been viewed more than 1.5 million times

The nurse, who is married and has a daughter,  posted a video, which has been viewed more than 1.5 million times, captioned: ‘New level of pick up line!’ as she films the cup saying: ‘Well this happened today.’ 

In brazen large letters at the top of the cup, the barista had written ‘secret message’ with an arrow drawn down to the bottom where the chain’s warning message is printed.

But a thick marker pen had been used to block out words in the text which usually reads ‘careful, the beverage you’re about to enjoy is extremely hot’ to simply leave: ‘careful, you’re extremely hot’.

While many users were quick to encourage romance, Ashley revealed she’s married, and was actually in the cafe with her husband.   

, Daily Echoed

A thick marker pen had been used to block out words in the text which usually reads ‘careful, the beverage you’re about to enjoy is extremely hot’ to simply leave: ‘Careful, you’re extremely hot’

‘Starbucks Steve is smooth,’ said one.

‘Gotta give him credit though,’ write another.

‘I’m not going to lie, this is very good,’ penned a third.

‘Imagine sitting alone with a market doing this,’ added one. 

, Daily Echoed

, Daily Echoed

While many users were quick to encourage romance, Ashley revealed she’s married, and was actually in the cafe with her husband

It comes after a former Starbucks worker shared her top tips on how to get free drinks in the chain and has revealed why customers should never pay full price for a iced coffee.

Eloise Fouladgar,  20, from London, uploaded a series of videos to her TikTok account, racking up more than a million views by sharing how to get cheap drinks.

In the clips, the influencer reveals that by telling a barista it’s your birthday, you get a free drink, while also sharing a clever technique to pay just a pound or so for an iced coffee. 



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