Get ready to play barista because the latest TikTok trend has people making their favorite drinks for the camera. Although making your go-to sip isn’t hard if it’s something you do on the reg, this trend has you speed up your process to make it within the confines of a short music clip. If you’re hype about sharing your fave drink and seeing how fast you can do it, here’s how to do the #PerfectDrink coffee TikTok trend.
It’s unclear who started the trend, but the #PerfectDrink coffee videos began hitting TikTok in early February 2021. As of publication on Tuesday, Feb. 23, the #PerfectDrink tag boasts a cool 199 million views. Each of the vids features TikTokers putting together a drink (usually a coffee-based sip) with add-ins like caramel swirls and frothed milk, all set to the song "Pierre" by Ryn Weaver, a clip that only lasts 45 seconds. That means once the song is up, so is the video. In the videos, TikTokers sing along to the song as they try to finish their creations before the time is up. If you want to put your own skills to the test, you’ll need to get prepared.
Here’s how to do the #PerfectDrink trend:
If you have trouble completing your drink before the song ends, you may want to practice or choose a sip with fewer ingredients.
There’s plenty of inspo on TikTok if you want to check it out before diving in. TikToker @kaelimaee’s video features a caramel cold brew creation, or get inspired by this TikToker @thisishowwebrewit’s cinnamon dolce cold foam sip.
If you need to buy ingredients for your coffee video before you begin making your #PerfectDrink TikTok video, keep in mind the coronavirus safety guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) for errands as of Dec. 31. It’s best to place a delivery or curbside pick-up order where possible. If you go out, wear a face mask, socially distance from others as much as possible, and wash or sanitize your hands after leaving the shop.
If you think you’re showing symptoms of coronavirus, which include fever, shortness of breath, and cough, call your doctor before going to get tested. If you’re anxious about the virus’s spread in your community, visit the CDC for up-to-date information and resources, or seek out mental health support. You can find all of Elite Daily’s coverage of coronavirus here.
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