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Melbourne coffee drinkers may be known to be very particular about their morning brew, but it appears one caffeine lover in the US has taken the crown as the fussiest.

Starbucks barista Jessica Lynn took to Twitter on Monday to share the label of a customer's pre-ordered drink complete with its mind-boggling 20 alterations.

"Ashley you have to be trolling us right now...," the Indiana-based employee wrote online.

The order had a remarkable 20 requests. Source: Twitter/ Jessica Lynn
The order had a remarkable 20 requests. Source: Twitter/ Jessica Lynn
The 30 syrups added to the drink took up nearly half the cup. Source: Twitter/ Jessica Lynn
The 30 syrups added to the drink took up nearly half the cup. Source: Twitter/ Jessica Lynn

Included in the $5 drink were three different kinds of milk and an astonishing 30 shots of flavoured syrups topped off with extra whipped cream.

After the wide variety of syrups were put in the cup, Ms Lynn returned to her social media account in amazement at the sheer volume of the sugary concoction.

"This is just the syrups y'all," she declared.

Other baristas shared some of their bizarre orders they've had to make. Source: Twitter/ Jessica Lynn
Other baristas shared some of their bizarre orders they've had to make. Source: Twitter/ Jessica Lynn

Her post quickly garnered hundreds of comments in disbelief at the order, while other baristas shared their worst on-shift nightmares.

"That's so much sugar I would die," one reply proclaimed.

"And I feel salty when I ask for an extra pump of classic syrup in my vanilla iced coffee... yowza," another user admitted.

Ms Lynn's post has since received over 30,000 likes and 8000 retweets.

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