A Starbucks Review and Comparison
Cost, Ingredients, and Convenience Comparison of Starbucks’ Products to Teacher Power Energy Drink
The world appears to adore Starbucks coffee. People hone in on the nearest Starbucks location no matter where they are be it on vacation, business travel, or a weekend spent at home.
Many of us use the Starbucks app to save a little money and get a free coffee every now and then. But maybe we are getting the short end of the stick when it comes to our health, our time, and our dollar.
This review compares Teacher Power’s Energy Drink Strawberry Lemonade flavor with several of Starbucks’ caffeinated products. We compare ingredients, calories, nutritional information, and cost for a 16-ounce serving. For Starbucks products, the 16-ounce serving is the Grande size.
*Ingredients in Chocolate Mocha Sauce: Sugar, Condensed Skim Milk, Coconut Oil, Cocoa Butter, Natural Flavor, Salt, Potassium Sorbate, Monoglycerides
++Ingredients in Whipped Cream: Cream, Mono and Diglycerides, Carrageenan, Vanilla Syrup+
**Ingredients in Pumpkin Spice Sauce: Sugar, Condensed Skim Milk, Pumpkin Puree, Contains 2% or less of Fruit and Vegetable Juice for Color, Natural Flavors, Annatto, Salt, Potassium Sorbate
^ Ingredients in Pumpkin Spice Topping: Cinnamon, Ginger, Nutmeg, Clove, Sulfiting Agents
°Ingredients in Coffee Frappuccino Syrup: Sugar, Water, Natural Flavor, Salt, Xanthan Gum, Potassium Sorbate, Citric Acid
±Ingredients in Caramel Syrup: Sugar, Water, Natural Flavor, Citric Acid, Potassium Sorbate
≠Ingredients in Caramel Sauce: Sugar, Corn Syrup, Butter (Cream, Milk, Salt), Water, Heavy Cream, Non-Fat Dry Milk, Natural Flavors, Salt, Mono Diglycerides, Soy Lecithin, Sulfites
# Ingredients in Crème Frappuccino Syrup: Sugar, Water, Natural Flavor, Salt, Xanthan Gum, Potassium Sorbate, Citric Acid
°° Ingredients in Classic Syrup: Sugar, Water, Natural Flavors, Potassium Sorbate, Citric Acid
The Added Calories, Ingredients, and Cost of Starbucks Products
CostIf you are looking for an occasional expensive treat, Starbucks might hit the spot. However, if you want a regular energy boost to invigorate your day, going to Starbucks is not a great option for your health or your pocketbook. Sugar is the first ingredient in the various Starbucks syrups and sauces. The cheapest plain coffee on the menu is over $2.00 with 310 mg of caffeine.
Energy Boosting Ingredients
Caffeine is the only energy source in Starbucks’ products. Along with caffeine, Teacher Power Energy drinks incorporate B Vitamins to help enhance brain functioning and naturally boost energy metabolism from your diet.
Overusing caffeine has its drawbacks. The FDA cites that 400 mg of daily caffeine doesn’t cause negative side-effects for most healthy individuals. There are both benefits and concerns of using caffeine to boost your energy.
Numerous Calorie Loaded Ingredients
The more popular Starbucks products come with numerous ingredients, extra calories, and added sugar. We understand many individuals do not order a Grande at Starbucks. We used the Grande size in our comparison to keep serving size the same between Starbucks and Teacher Power products.
Starbuck’s Tall (12 oz) Blonde Vanilla Latte has 200 calories, 27 grams of sugar, and 85 mg of caffeine. The Short (8 oz) Blonde Vanilla Latte has 130 calories, 17 grams of sugar, and 85 mg of caffeine. For individuals watching their calorie and sugar intake, Starbucks is not a great option. There are no calories or added sugar in Teacher Power’s Energy Drinks.
Discover the Benefits of Teacher Power’s Energy Drinks
With our powdered energy drink mix, you can get your energy boost at any time and in any location. You don’t have to drive to a shop and wait in line. You don’t have to mess with brewing a cup of coffee. You simply pour the desired amount of energy powder mix into a 16 oz cup, add water, mix, and feel the energy start to flow through your veins.
Our energy mixes come in three fun flavors; black cherry, fruit punch, and my favorite; strawberry lemonade. We use less than nine ingredients in Teacher Power Energy Drinks plus 100 mg of caffeine per serving to help improve alertness and reaction time. Our energy drink mix includes a full array of B vitamins to naturally aid brain functioning and energy metabolism.
Teacher Power energy drinks do contain a minuscule amount of the sweetener sucralose. Sucralose is six hundred times sweeter than regular table sugar with zero calories and a glycemic index of zero.
At only thirty-six cents per serving, you are not going to find a more cost-effective energy drink on the market than Teacher Power’s Energy Drinks. Our energy drink is not just for teachers. It is designed for anyone who wants a more affordable energy boost without added calories or chemicals.
Teacher Power takes pride in excellent customer service. Try Teacher Power Energy Drink Mix today and discover a whole new way to conveniently get your energy boost at significant savings. Teacher Power can be bought on Amazon.com or on our website.
Teacher Power is determined to support teachers and anyone looking for an energy boost to power their day. Take a look at how Teacher Power Energy Drink compares to various energy drinks on the market in this energy drink comparison.
Article by Miss Jae
Sources:“The Ten most popular drinks at Starbucks with ways to make them healthy.” On the Table. https://blog.mybalancemeals.com/health/healthy-eating/the-top-10-most-popular-starbucks-drinks-ranked/
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