Coffee isn't just a beverage- it's a feeling. Countless coffee lovers across the globe would agree that this humble brew is the perfect way to refuel. It somehow refreshes and revitalises us, while at the same time, helps soothe us and relax our senses. In the hot summer months, cold coffee can be an ideal beverage that doesn't just hydrate us but also tastes absolutely delicious. Chilled cold coffee can come in a number of flavours and with a number of toppings too. It came as no surprise when a bride picked this particular beverage to calm down and relax on her wedding day!
In a recent viral video, a bride was seen sipping on some delicious cold coffee on her big day. Take a look at the full clip of the cold coffee-loving bride here:
The video of the bride drinking cold coffee was shared on Instagram by the handle @wedlookmagazine and was credited to @i_akshitaarora. It has already received over 2.3 million views and over 135k likes in a short span of time.
In the viral clip, we can see the bride fully dressed in traditional wedding attire. She seems to have taken a quick break to indulge in some me-time and relax. The bride is at the wheel, and we can see a glass of Starbucks cold coffee in her hand. She is enjoying every sip of the delicious brew and we can totally relate to her love for cold coffee!
Internet users couldn't help but share their reactions to the viral video. "Kinda scared that she would drop that coffee on her outfit," wrote one user while another said, "Driving to your own wedding?!" Many others tagged their family and friends in the hilarious and relatable video!
This is not the only video of foodie brides that we have seen in the recent past. In March, a bride eating momos on her big day had gone viral. The adorable bride and her love for momos struck a chord with thousands across the internet.
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