A cafe in Melbourne has taken the smashed avo obsession and coffee culture to new levels, creating the 'avolatte'.
Truman Cafe in Albert Park created a coffee served in an avocado skin as a joke - but it has captured the attention of many on social media - with some calling it "peak hipster" and others declaring it a "wonderful time to be alive".
"It's definitely not for real. It's a joke. I think it says more about other people that this is being taken seriously," manager Jaydin Nathan tells SBS.
"I was just trying to play a prank on the kitchenhand and I put his coffee in an apple, and then I was like, 'hey, hold on a second Melbourne loves avo'. I put it in an avocado, and someone was there to film it, and then it just picked up on Instagram and stuff from there."
It might have started as a joke, but Truman Cafe has already had a gentleman request it.
"We actually had a customer come in yesterday and ask for it, so yeah we made one," Nathan says.
"I didn't charge him a lot because, well, we didn't have to wash a cup and the avocado was bit smaller than our small cup."
Nathan says it wasn't a deliberate reference to recent headlines about millenials frittering away money on smashed avo that could otherwise be saved for a house deposit.
But people on social media have been making the connection.
Many seem ready to embrace the 'avolatte', with versions - and verdicts - popping up all over the world.
But others have dismissed it as one of 2017's most ridiculous trends.
And for the record, the Merriam-Webster Dictionary are not on board.