Nothing screams 'I'm an Instagram pro' like a perfectly-poised, rainbow-hued treat.
For weeks, Instagram has been flooded with Starbucks' trippy-coloured rainbow drinks, adding to the ever-growing number of Willy Wonka'esque food trends that has us questioning whether our brains/mouths have reached peak rainbow.
Regardless of our uncertainty with the My Little Pony-inspired foods, we've become increasingly curious as how we can get our hands on a cup of rainbow goodness.
(After all, they'd look great under a cherry blossom tree with a freshly-painted manicure on Instagram).
Rumour has it the beverage was only reserved for the company's elite (who presumably know some secret handshake, owl call or can flash one of those cheesy smiles you can't help try out at the counter of Pret-A-Manger in an attempt to get a free coffee).
But finally, Starbucks has released the secret behind its exotic-toned drinks to the public, which now means we call all enjoy the summer beverage.
And, surprisingly, they're not as unhealthy as we thought. Well, sort of.
#PinkDrink: Strawberry Acai Starbucks Refreshers with coconut milk instead of water.
#PurpleDrink: Teavana Iced Passion Tango Tea with soy milk instead of water, vanilla syrup and blackberries.
#OrangeDrink: Orange mango juice with vanilla bean powder and a splash of coconut milk.
#GreenDrink: Teavana Iced Black Tea with coconut milk instead of water and matcha.
#BlueDrink: Teavana Iced Passion Tango Tea with soy milk instead of water and vanilla syrup
Sadly, we still haven't figured out how to make them get our names right on the coffee cup.