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Old 06-29-2014, 07:17 AM
 
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I've wondered if there is any caffeine in those ice drinks at all. When I have stopped for one in the morning instead of my regular coffee it just doesn't do the job. I looked up the caffeine content of ice coffees and it's not the highest, so I am avoiding it when I need wake up drink.

Iced Coffees With The Highest Caffeine

16 fl oz cup of iced brewed coffee:

The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf – 200mg
Caribou – 190mg
Starbucks – 165mg
Pete’s Coffee – 150mg
Tim Hortons – 142mg
McDonalds – 133mg
Dunkin Donuts – 70mg
Seattle’s Best – 45mg
Sigh....I miss not having Caribou Coffee near me where I live now.
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Old 06-29-2014, 08:59 PM
 
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Do they offer sugar-free (splenda) coffee there? I can't have sugar.
I think they have a sugar free syrup probably made with splenda. I never tried it.

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I like their coffee better than DD and can't you request how much sugar and cream you want to keep it light on the waist with an iced coffee?

Never bought and Iced coffee there only hot which i tell em 1 sugar and light on the cream..Cheap and good tasting coffee.
Sometimes I tell them not to put much syrup but they don't always listen lol.

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I get then sometimes because driving thru is just so damn convenient when I'm out driving places. I always tell them not to put in the sweetener (it's actually a liquid) and take a sip before driving away because, boy, I can sure tell when they don't listen to me!

I like their sweet tea on occasion too, it's HUGE, but there is no way around the sweetener in that so I don't do it more than a few times a year.
I don't drink their sweet tea anymore. way too sweet.

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Originally Posted by Kayekaye View Post
I've wondered if there is any caffeine in those ice drinks at all. When I have stopped for one in the morning instead of my regular coffee it just doesn't do the job. I looked up the caffeine content of ice coffees and it's not the highest, so I am avoiding it when I need wake up drink.

Iced Coffees With The Highest Caffeine

16 fl oz cup of iced brewed coffee:

The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf – 200mg
Caribou – 190mg
Starbucks – 165mg
Pete’s Coffee – 150mg
Tim Hortons – 142mg
McDonalds – 133mg
Dunkin Donuts – 70mg
Seattle’s Best – 45mg
Too much caffeine can make me jittery so this may be a good thing for someone like me. I'll still have the iced coffee occasionally.
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Old 06-30-2014, 09:27 AM
 
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I have a caramel iced coffee from Mickey D's almost everyday!
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Old 06-30-2014, 09:45 AM
 
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I don't drink caffeine so they make me an iced coffee by making a regular coffee and adding ice. No sugar, just cream. It's pretty good but I wish they'd make a decaff iced coffee. Then I could drink it late in the day and still be able to sleep at night.
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