pump

In the United States, 21st century, a unit of liquid capacity, the amount dispensed by a single depression of the pump fitted to a bottle, typically containing flavored syrup to be added to a coffee-based beverage.

Using the Monin pump, 1 pump is about 10 milliliters (about 2/3 of a U.S. tablespoon). A Torani pump dispenses slightly less, about 7.5 mL (about half of a U.S. tablespoon).

examples

1

for here, grande, two-pump vanilla, skinny extra hot latte

Claire Cain Miller.
A Changed Starbucks. A Changed C.E.O.
New York Times, 12 March 2011.

2

I would like a venti 4 shot two pump vanilla 140 degree latte. This lets them know that you want 4 shots of expresso, 2 pumps of vanilla syrup, the milk for the latte steamed to 140 degrees, in a venti cup.

Google’s cache of www.ehow.com/how_5083554_properly-order-drink-starbucks.html as it appeared on 8 March 2011. Retrieved 16 March 2011.

3

Half caff, two pump, no whip in the Coffee Bean

Randy Montana.
Lyrics to “1000 Faces.”
www.randymontanta.com/music. Retrieved 17 March 2011.

4

This just in from my daughter who has a part-time job at Starbucks:

“Bill Maher doesn’t have it right....he didn’t call the drink in the right order...

“Single Affagato Decaf Venti 2 pump caramel, 2 pump mocha, add java chips, double blended, caramel drizzle in the cup (or you could merely say “upside down” to indicate caramel in the cup), with whip and caramel and mocha drizzle, Caramel Frappachino.”

queproblema, writing in www.funtrivia.com/askft/Question75456.html, on 7 February 2007. Retrieved 16 March 2011.

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