A cafe near Glasgow has captured internet users' attention by serving coffee with Taylor Swift's face on it.

The Honeybee Bakery, located in Milngavie, East Dunbartonshire, introduced the special drink after the American singer released her new album, Midnights.

In a TikTok video with over 140k views, they showed off the beverage, which quickly enthralled viewers.

One content creator even made a video explaining that she drove 30 minutes to get a coffee with the star's new album cover in the foam.

The footage, captioned "Doing God's work" has almost 190k views.

One person said: "I'm going tomorrow. I've decided. No one can stop me. I will run away and take the train."

@bl0ndiesbitch @thehoneybeebakeryglasgow doing gods work🥺 these are so cute💙 #fyp #foryou #taylorswift #ts #midnights ♬ Anti-Hero - Taylor Swift

@thehoneybeebakeryglasgow Swifties, come get a coffee and listen to Midnights🌕🖤 #midnights #taylorswift #taylor #swifties #swiftie4ever #swifttok #taylorswifttok #midnightsmayhemwithme #coffee #glasgow #bakery #uk #ukswifties #ukswiftie ♬ Anti-Hero - Taylor Swift

Last week Swift thanked her fans for “doing something mind blowing” as her new LP broke the Spotify record for most-streamed album in a single day. 

Swift took fans by surprise when she announced the new album in the closing moments of the 2022 MTV VMAs in New Jersey in August.

She has described the record as the story of “13 sleepless nights scattered throughout my life” and “a journey through terrors and sweet dreams”.

It sees her turn away from the intimate indie songwriting of her two last albums, Folklore and Evermore, in favour of electronica, synth-pop and sometimes even hip hop-influenced beats.

Swift has once again written the majority of the album with Jack Antonoff, lead singer of rock band Bleachers.