How It Sounds: To Be A Barista

Lisa McNally, serving coffee. i i

hide captionLisa McNally, serving coffee.

Hillary Jones
Lisa McNally, serving coffee.

Lisa McNally, serving coffee.

Hillary Jones
Lisa McNally. i i
Lisa McNally
Lisa McNally.
Lisa McNally

Click to hear Lisa's sounds.

For six years, Lisa McNally, 33, has worked as a Starbucks barista in Columbus, Ohio. These are the sounds of Lisa's job.

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