An Australian barista's Reddit post poking fun at an extremely long coffee order from one thirsty customer has triggered an online debate over 'coffee shaming'.
Captioning the post: "Larissa, you've got to be joking," the barista shared a photo of the lengthy receipt for 16 takeaway coffees with customisations, including orders for almond milk cappuccinos, oatmilk mochas, vanilla and caramel lattes and iced coffees.
One coffee drinker even asked for their coffee to be filled only three quarters full.
But instead of the sympathy he was perhaps expecting, the barista instead copped some hefty criticism.
"I see no problem here, big order is good for business," one commenter pointed out.
"It's not like it's rice milk, oat milk, almond milk, full fat, fat free, extra dollop. Although I'd love to see that."
Another added: "The actual joke here is someone working in a beverage-making shop complaining about making beverages."
"Honestly, kind the cafe's fault for allowing people to customise their drinks. Don't blame the customer for playing the game you made for them," wrote another.
Although some thought the amount of customisations was over the top.
"If I shout drinks for more than one friend, we all getting the same cappuccino," someone joked.
Others said the barista would only have cause for the post if Larissa complained about her order taking too long.
If the barista really had an issue, they might want to take a leaf out of a local cafe's book.
Back in 2016, Christchurch cafe Lyttelton Coffee Company sparked outrage with its "rude" policy of only using full fat-cow's milk for coffee - saying their whole milk blends better with the coffee.
"All we really use is this whole milk and the whole milk has a higher fat content, the fat content is what gives you that velvety, silky mouthfeel," explained the cafe's co-owner at the time.