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Starbucks: It's really in the drinks

Coffee at Starbucks: What's in it?

A total of 61 branches in Switzerland and a good 100 self-service machines at Valora locations ensure that Starbucks coffee is now also available in every corner of Switzerland.

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What's in the coffee drinks? We took a closer look at the nutritional information.

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The cold brewed «Cold Brew» is something for those who are conscious of lines: At 29 Kcl on the Venti size (590 ml for warm, 770 for cold drinks) it hardly makes a big difference. On the other hand, he wakes up quite a bit with 266mg of caffeine.

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It gets a little less slim with Frappucino: Depending on the size and type of milk, they are between 83 and 527 Kcl.

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A cold caffe latte with partially skimmed milk in the medium size Grande (470ml) has 126 Kcl and 150 mg of caffeine.

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Slim stimulant: A large filter coffee has 6 calories, is free of sugar and fat and wakes you up with 400mg of caffeine.

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With 150mg caffeine and 71 - 200 Kcl (depending on size and milk), the cappuccino is in the middle of the field.

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Caffeine king: The Nitro Cold Brew has a total of 469 g of caffeine. But neither fat nor sugar. For comparison: a double espresso has 150mg of caffeine.

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The Chai Latt - a tea that has it all: the medium size has 239 calories, 80 mg of caffeine and a good 40 grams of sugar. This roughly corresponds to the recommended daily requirement.

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Frappucinos contain up to 82 grams of sugar. And 40 grams of fat.

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Not surprisingly: the ultimate calorie bomb is the hot chocolate. The large Premium Hot Chocolate with cream and whole milk has 690 calories. In fact, we're almost to the pizza.

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Coffee at Starbucks: What's in it?

A total of 61 branches in Switzerland and a good 100 self-service machines at Valora locations ensure that Starbucks coffee is now also available in every corner of Switzerland.

Image: Getty Images

What's in the coffee drinks? We took a closer look at the nutritional information.

Image: Starbucks

The cold brewed «Cold Brew» is something for those who like lines: At 29 Kcl on the Venti size (590 ml for warm, 770 for cold drinks) it hardly makes a big difference. On the other hand, he wakes up quite a bit with 266mg of caffeine.

Image: Starbucks

It gets a little less slim with Frappucino: Depending on the size and type of milk, they are between 83 and 527 Kcl.

Image: Starbucks

A cold caffe latte with partially skimmed milk in the medium size Grande (470ml) has 126 Kcl and 150 mg of caffeine.

Image: Getty Images

Slim stimulant: A large filter coffee has 6 calories, is free of sugar and fat and wakes you up with 400mg of caffeine.

Image: Starbucks

With 150mg caffeine and 71 - 200 Kcl (depending on size and milk), the cappuccino is in the middle of the field.

Image: Starbucks

King of caffeine: The Nitro Cold Brew has a total of 469 g of caffeine. But neither fat nor sugar. For comparison: a double espresso has 150mg of caffeine.

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The Chai Latt - a tea that has it all: the medium size has 239 calories, 80 mg of caffeine and a good 40 grams of sugar. This roughly corresponds to the recommended daily requirement.

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Frappucinos contain up to 82 grams of sugar. And 40 grams of fat.

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Not surprisingly: the ultimate calorie bomb is the hot chocolate. The large Premium Hot Chocolate with cream and whole milk has 690 calories. In fact, we're almost to the pizza.

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The Seattle coffee house chain has been based in Switzerland since 2001 and is now well established. While some of us boycott American coffee, the daily walk to the green giant has become a cherished ritual for others. But what does coffee actually contain?

A total of 61 branches in Switzerland and a good 100 self-service machines at Valora locations ensure that Starbucks coffee is now also available in every corner of Switzerland. There are also countless machines in office buildings and a Starbucks service on the St. Gallen - Geneva train route. You can like the provider or not: You can't deny him a certain market power.

For this reason all the more interesting: What's in the drinks?

Rumors keep popping up that a frappucino supposedly has as many calories as a pizza. The company has also been criticized for having too much sugar in the drinks. What's up Which drink gives us a lot of caffeine best? And what do all those who care about their health resort to?

Starbucks is extremely transparent here, very typically American, and publishes a list with the nutritional information of all beverages on its website. We have taken a close look at the numbers for you.

The milk drinks at Starbucks have long been available with whole, skimmed or semi-skimmed milk. The plant-based versions of soy, coconut and almond milk are new. Flavored syrups, sugar-free variants, with and without whipped cream - if you know what's in it, you can vary your drinks and adapt them to personal preferences. And so also defuse it a little.

In addition, the sizes are rather oversized for our circumstances: Tall corresponds to 350 ml, Grande is 470 ml and Venti is 590 ml for hot drinks and 770 ml for cold drinks.

The following are the top values ​​for caffeine, fat, sugar and calories:

Calories: A Venti Premium Hot Chocolate with cream and whole milk has 690 calories, the Pistachio & Rose Mocha in the same size even 694 Kcl. Not surprisingly, filter coffee, espresso and Americano are the leaner ones. They are practically calorie-free. A caffe latte has between 75 calories and 299 - depending on the size and milk.

Sugar: The largest size of the White Chocolate Mocha with Cream contains 74 grams of sugar (that's 18 teaspoons, believe it or not). The Java Chip Frappucino even comes in at 82 grams - in the version with skimmed milk. Filter coffee, americano and espresso are sugar-free. At least if you don't add some yourself.

Fat: Coffee normally contains hardly any fat - at most the milk. The Premium Hot Chocolate with cream and whole milk has 40 grams of fat in the largest size, an Americano 0 grams.

Caffeine: If you really need to wake up, it's best to use cold brews or filter coffee. The large filter coffee wakes you up with 400 mg of caffeine, the Nitro Cold Brew even with 469. A double espresso comes to 150mg - but it is also much smaller.


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