Here we go again.
It’s no secret that 2016 has been the year of the rainbow — in the online food community, that is. These days, walking into a cafe and not seeing at least one technicolored-option on the menu is actually sort of flabbergasting. I feel like those folks in Willy Wonka, licking the food-flavored walls.
“The snozzberries taste like snozzberries! The rainbow bagels… still taste like bagels!”
Diners have seen their favorite food staples (just a few days ago, we told you about the rainbow grilled cheese in Hong Kong) get subjected to several doses of food-coloring, and then posted on the internet, all in the name of marketability.
No consumable is safe anymore. So it’s no wonder that when Mason Salisbury, a barista at Las Vegas coffee shop Sambalatte, shared his newest psychedelic innovation on Instagram, it instantly went viral.
Behold the Rainbow Latte, created by adding food coloring to steamed milk.
You’ve got to admit — it sure is pretty.
For that special someone: