While Starbucks has always been proud of their superior customer service, one recent transaction has gone viral. 

On Tuesday, a Facebook user named Rebecca King posted a video of an interaction at a Starbucks drive-through in St. Augustine, Florida and it has since received over 7 million views in two days. 

The video is special because King, 28 is deaf and she places her order over the video monitor using sign language with the barista, 22-year-old college student Katie Wyble. 

Watch below: 

King and Wyble spoke to Florida station WTLV saying they were surprised by the response to the video. 

“I’m glad there’s more awareness for deaf culture and the deaf community” Wyble said. 

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King then said “To see this come to light and actually be a part of it, I feel so blessed … We all want to have that at every drive-thru in the world”.

Source: Cosmopolitan

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