10 Starbucks Drinks Under 100 Calories

​​​Low cal doesn't mean disgusting, you know​
10 Starbucks Drinks Under 100 Calories
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By Dusty Baxter-Wright -

1. Filter coffee - 4 calories

Our smooth, unique Pike Place Roast is brewed all day, every day, in Starbucks stores and served black. For 4 calories, it would be rude not to really, wouldn't it?

2. Cool Lime Refresha - 45 calories

Containing real citrus fruit juice, mint and a lime slice shaken over ice, this fresh and fruity drink is lightly caffeinated with green coffee extract.

3. Cold brew coffee - 3 calories

Small cold brew is the latest in cold coffee innovation; it's slow-steeped for 20 hours and has fewer than five calories and 0.1g sugar. Add a splash of milk to bring out the chocolatey, citrus flavour. 

4. Green Smoothie - 97 calories

A deliciously fruity mix of fresh apples, grapes, kiwi and spinach is blended with apple juice and ice to create a *healthy* green smoothie with less than 100 calories.

5. Caffè Americano - 11 calories

Espresso shots are topped with water to produce a light layer of crema which creates a delicious, fresh coffee without a load of extra calories.

6. Mocha Light Frappuccino Coffee - 96 calories

Iced coffee is made with light mocha-flavoured sauce, and blended with milk and ice then topped with sweetened whipped cream. Yup, whipped cream AND under 100 calories - the dream.

7. Coffee Light Frappuccino Coffee - 83 calories

Frappuccino roast coffee is combined with a shot of espresso and skimmed milk, blended with ice.

8. Iced Caffè Latte - 56 calories

A Starbucks espresso balanced with cold skimmed milk and poured over ice to create a low calorie and refreshing cold drink.

9. Teavana Shaken Iced Tea - zero calories

This range of high quality teas and botanicals, include Hibiscus, Green Tea and Black Tea are all are shaken with ice and contain no added sweeteners.

10. Cappuccino - 70 calories

With a strong espresso flavour, topped with a deep layer of frothy foam, the classic cappuccino contains less milk than a latte and is served with skimmed milk.

Surely this acts as an excuse for us all to go get coffee, no?

Originally appeared on Cosmopolitan.co.uk