Starbucks Grande Cappuccino

Caffeine Levels

150mgCAFFEINE
per fl. oz cup

CAFFEINE LEVEL
HIGH

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A Starbucks Cappuccino is made with espresso coffee, a small amount of steamed milk, and top layer of foamed milk.

Caffeine in Starbucks Cappuccino Sizes

Size USA Caffeine Global* Caffeine
Short 75mg 75mg
Tall 75mg 150mg
Grande 150mg 150mg
Venti 150mg 225mg

*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.

Some individual Starbucks stores may vary, especially those not owned by corporate.

Caffeine content in coffee can vary enormously due to the length roasting, coffee blend (amount of arabica vs robusta beans), and even extraction length.

See All of Starbucks Caffeine Amounts Here.

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Ingredients in Starbucks Grande Cappuccino

Espresso coffee, steamed milk and foamed milk

Sugar content: 11 grams (per 16 ounces).

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Caffeine Concentration

Starbucks Grande Cappuccino contains 9.38 mgs of caffeine per fluid ounce (31.70mg/100 ml).

Caffeine (mg) per Ounce
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Sources

*See item 3 in the caffeine source reference. Also see Starbucks nutrition at http://www.starbucks.com/retail/nutrition_beverages.asp