A cappuccino is a popular espresso beverage served in cafes and coffee shops around the world.
It consists of one or more shots of espresso, steamed milk, and is topped with steamed milk foam.
Sometimes coffee shops will sprinkle cinnamon or chocolate on top of the foam.
Caffeine in Cappuccinos?
It's all based on the number of espresso shots used.
- 1 shot cappuccino = 77 mg
- double shot cappuccino = 154 mg (listed above)
- 3 shot cappuccino = 231 mg
If you aren't sure how many shots your local coffee shop uses in its various sizes, ask your barista.
The caffeine in a cappuccino can vary depending on the accuracy of shot measurement, length of shot run, and quality/type of the coffee used.
Ingredients in CappuccinoThe Sugar Content Is For A 12 Fl Oz Cappuccino Made With 2% Milk. Ingredients: Ground Coffee And Steamed Milk.
Includes 8 grams of sugar (per 12 ounces) for a total of 97 calories.
Is Cappuccino high in caffeine?
Cappuccino contains 154 mg of caffeine in a 12 fl oz cup.
This equates to 12.83 mg of caffeine for every fl oz and 43.39 mg for every 100 ml.