Caffeine in Starbucks Frappuccino Peppermint Mocha

Starbucks Frappuccino Peppermint Mocha

65 mg

in a 14 fl. oz (405 ml) .

Based on FDA’s 400 mg daily limit for adults, the caffeine level is,


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The Starbucks Frappuccino Peppermint Mocha is a delightful seasonal beverage that combines the rich, full-bodied flavors of chocolate and coffee with a refreshing hint of peppermint. This drink is inspired by traditional holiday candies and desserts, making it an ideal choice for those looking to indulge in some festive cheer.

This chilled beverage features Starbucks' signature Frappuccino blend mixed with mocha sauce and peppermint-flavored syrup, topped off with whipped cream and dark chocolate curls. The result is a creamy, decadent treat that perfectly balances the warmth of mocha with the coolness of peppermint. Whether you're a fan of Starbucks or just love trying new drinks, this Peppermint Mocha Frappuccino promises to be an unforgettable experience.

Is it High in Caffeine?

According to the FDA’s daily caffeine limit of 400 mg for adults, the caffeine levels in Starbucks Frappuccino Peppermint Mocha is considered Low.

It contains 65 mg caffeine in a 14 fl oz. (405 ml) serving.

This equals 4.7 mg of caffeine per fl oz., or 16.0 mg per 100 ml.

Is it high in sugar?

The Starbucks Frappuccino Peppermint Mocha contains g sugar in a 14 fl oz. (405 ml) serving. This equals teaspoons of sugar.

The table below compares Starbucks Frappuccino Peppermint Mocha against other popular drinks.

Drink NameServing SizeSugarSugar (Teaspoon)
Starbucks Frappuccino Peppermint Mocha1 can (14 fl. oz) g
Starbucks Coffee FrappuccinoGrande (16 fl. oz)45 g11.3
McDonald’s Caramel FrappeMedium (16 fl. oz)62 g15.5
Red Bull Original1 can (8.4 fl. oz)27 g7
Monster Energy Original1 can (16 fl. oz)28 g7
Coke Original1 can (12 fl. oz)65 g16.3
Pepsi Classic1 can (12 fl. oz)41 g10.3

Ingredients List

Brewed Starbucks Coffee (Water, Coffee), Reduced-Fat Milk, Sugar, Skim Milk, Maltodextrin, Cream, Natural Flavors, Cocoa Powder, Pectin

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