We fully admit that we鈥檙e right into the unicorn craze. Unicorn macarons, unicorn chocolate, unicorn hot chocolate and no-bake unicorn cheesecake, oh my! We want 鈥榚m all. But it鈥檚 always when a trend hits its peak that the mainstream jumps on board in a rather eyebrow-raising way. And that鈥檚 the case with this particular unicorn latte that will have you handing over more cash than you鈥檇 expect. But that鈥檚 because this isn鈥檛 any ordinary latte. It鈥檚 magical!

Okay, perhaps not totally magical, but the peeps over at Williamsburg鈥檚 The End Brooklyn cafe claim that it does have healing qualities. And that must be why it costs a whopping $9. Yep, $9 for one 12-ounce unicorn latte.

Created with raw cashews, ginger and Blue Majik spirulina extract, as well as maca root and Medjool dates (with a few other common ingredients like water and lemon juice), you have the option of a sprinkle of Spirulina powder on top for garnish. FYI: Any rainbows you see in pics (i.e. below) are not part of the drink, much to our dismay.

Apparently best enjoyed before a deep yoga session or meditation because of its restorative qualities, it can be served warm or chilled to your preference.

It certainly sounds鈥 magical? But is it worth the steep price? Some seem to think so, with barista Brandi Spiller telling Gothamist, 鈥淚t鈥檚 been selling like crazy; everybody comes in here asking for it. It鈥檚 our top seller. We sold about 20 yesterday.鈥

Though when photographer Scott Heins was asked about his opinion on the mystical drink, his review wasn鈥檛 too impressive: 鈥淒isappointing taste and texture, sadly. It鈥檚 just warm鈥 juice? With crunchy sprinkles on top.鈥 Note: Sometimes the drink comes with flowers instead of sprinkles, because somehow that鈥檚 unicorn-related?

Honestly, though, couldn鈥檛 they at least stick in some sort of snazzy unicorn horn-type treat into the drink for that price?

Would you be willing to pay $9 for a unicorn latte? Tweet us @BritandCo!

(h/t Gothamist)