Starbucks Grande Caffe Mocha
A Starbucks Grande Caffe Mocha (sometimes called a Mochaccino) is made from espresso, steamed milk, and their mocha syrup. It is sometimes topped with whipped cream.
A Starbucks Mocha will be higher in caffeine than their other espresso beverages because of the cocoa and coffee syrup used in the beverage.
Starbucks Mocha Caffeine By Size
|Size||USA Caffeine||Global* Caffeine|
|Short||85 mg||90 mg|
|Tall||95 mg||170 mg|
|Grande||175 mg||175 mg|
|Venti||180 mg||255 mg|
*Starbucks uses different amounts of espresso shots in global markets like the UK and Europe. Australia is the same as the USA.
Espresso-based drinks at Starbucks generally use the following rule: (USA)
- One shot in a Tall beverage.
- Two shots in a Grande.
- Two shots in a Venti. (In some global markets: 3 shots)
Caffeine content in espresso coffee can vary by Starbucks store due to the length roasting, coffee blend, and even extraction length.
NOTE: Other lab analyses show only 58 mg of caffeine per espresso shot.
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Ingredients in Starbucks Grande Caffe MochaMilk, Brewed Espresso, Mocha Sauce [water, Sugar, Cocoa Processed With Alkali, Natural Flavor], Whipped Cream [cream (cream, Mono And Diglycerides, Carageenan), Vanilla Syrup (sugar, Water, Natural Flavors, Potassium Sorbate, Citric Acid)]
Includes 35 grams of sugar (per 16 ounces) for a total of 370 calories.
Is Starbucks Grande Caffe Mocha high in caffeine?
Starbucks Grande Caffe Mocha contains 175 mg of caffeine in a 16 fl oz cup.
This equates to 10.94 mg of caffeine for every fl oz and 36.98 mg for every 100 ml.