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Texas man still buzzing from 60 espresso shot Starbucks drink

A Starbucks frappuccino, containing 60 shots of espresso and topped with whipped cream, which took Andrew Chifari of Texas five days to consume is seen in Dallas, Texas in this May 24, 2014 picture provided by Chifari. REUTERS/Andrew Chifari/Handout via Reuters

A Starbucks frappuccino, containing 60 shots of espresso and topped with whipped cream, which took Andrew Chifari of Texas five days to consume is seen in Dallas, Texas in this May 24, 2014 picture provided by Chifari. REUTERS/Andrew Chifari/Handout...more

A Starbucks frappuccino, containing 60 shots of espresso and topped with whipped cream, which took Andrew Chifari of Texas five days to consume is seen in Dallas, Texas in this May 24, 2014 picture provided by Chifari. REUTERS/Andrew Chifari/Handout via Reuters
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The Starbucks logo hangs on a window inside a newly designed Starbucks coffee shop in Fountain Valley, California August 22, 2013.  REUTERS/Mike Blake

The Starbucks logo hangs on a window inside a newly designed Starbucks coffee shop in Fountain Valley, California August 22, 2013. REUTERS/Mike Blake

The Starbucks logo hangs on a window inside a newly designed Starbucks coffee shop in Fountain Valley, California August 22, 2013. REUTERS/Mike Blake
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