Caffeine Content of Drinks

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We maintain many extensive charts of caffeine levels – the above list shows the most popular.

Branded and Outlet Coffee

Each of these shows the entire coffee menu, with all caffeine amounts we could find. These lists are constantly revised and updated as we interact with each manufacturer.

Starbucks McDonald’s Caribou Dunkin’ Donuts Tim Hortons Seattle’s Best Costa Coffee Caffe Nero

Caffeinated Food and Candy

There are a surprising number of foods and medications that contain caffeine. Also, many workout supplements have extremely high levels of caffeine.

Food and Candy Chewing GumWorkout Supplements Medication Nootropics

Caffeine in Tea

Tea has caffeine, but at much lower levels than coffee.

Tea Green Tea

Store-brand Soda

There are many white-label or in-store labels of soft drinks that contain caffeine.

Store-brand Cola Store-brand Soda

Where Do You Find the Caffeine Levels?

From the nutrition label, or directly contacting the manufacturer. We also monitor lab tests published in peer-reviewed journals. Click an individual item for more details (see citations here). If you believe any of these amounts are incorrect please contact us so we can rectify. We work hard to keep this list current but product formulations can change, thus making the caffeine content of the beverage change. If what’s printed on a can/bottle is different than what we list, please reach out.

Is this per Serving or per Bottle/Can?

The caffeine amounts listed are always for the entire container – NOT for a suggested serving unless it is a multi-serve container like a gallon-sized jug of iced tea or a 2 litter sized jug of iced coffee. We try to present the caffeine content information in the most relevant way in which the product is consumed. Do you know anyone who drinks half a coffee or half a Rockstar, then leaves it for the next day?

You’re Missing Some Drinks

The beverage industry changes daily, and many energy drinks can have a very short lifespan on the shelves. We maintain a list of discontinued drinks here.

For many “store brands” or “boutique brands” it’s hard to find any data because companies usually will not pay to have their products tested since it isn’t required by law. This is especially true of naturally caffeinated products like coffee or tea.

Can I Make a Comment or Suggest a Drink?

We’d love to hear from you. Send us your feedback here.

Is there caffeine in food?

There are a number of foods that contain caffeine. See the full caffeine in food chart here.