TikTok has put many amazing food and drink trends on the map in the past few years, but we also came to learn they should all be taken with a grain of salt. They range from pretty amazing to downright disgusting and that also happens to be the case with some of the summer’s leading drink trends.
This drink is made with water, cucumber, and sugar, and it sounds pretty refreshing at first, so what exactly is the problem? It became quite controversial because it was hit with accusations of cultural appropriation because it’s made with all the same ingredients as the traditional Latin American drink agua fresca.
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If you have a special place in your heart for all things spicy, you probably wouldn’t mind your rosé packing a punch. TikTok user Allyssa Marshall feels the same way and she went viral after putting jalapeños in her rosé and calling this drink spicy rosé.
Have you ever tried a jalapeño slice in your rosé?♬ Strange Habits – K R I S T E N 🥀
TikTok offers many tips and tricks for healthy living that have been disputed by experts, and profee is the latest leaving people puzzled. This drink is all about putting protein powder in your coffee, but keep in mind that it can lead to excess protein intake.
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