The Starbucks Frappuccino bottles are my lifesavers. I often grab one while traveling or as part of my Friday lunchtime meal deal.
That little Starbucks bottled iced coffee is the perfect pick-me-up and tastes delicious - but exactly how much caffeine is in Starbucks bottled Frappuccino?
Sip away as I separate fact from fiction about this tasty beverage's caffeine content.
How Much Caffeine Do Starbucks Bottled Frappuccinos Have?
The amount of caffeine in Starbucks Frappuccino drinks will vary based on flavor and size.
As much as I adore a cheeky iced Frappuccino or hot coffee throughout my day, it is important to keep an eye on how much caffeine you have in a day.
Too much can have adverse effects on your body, and drinking some too late in the day can keep you up at night.
As much as some of these taste like milkshakes, be careful with how many you drink and when.
I try to make an effort to stick to the 400 mg recommended limit and have a rule not to drink caffeinated drinks after 4 pm.
1. Caffeine in a 9.5oz Bottle
A 9.5 fl oz bottle contains 45-90 mg of caffeine, depending on the flavor.
A Starbucks bottled frappuccino was originally only available in 9.5-ounce bottles. They have since upscaled, but some 9.5-ounce versions remain.
2. Caffeine in a 13.7oz Bottle
This larger size is, unsurprisingly, full of caffeine. Depending on the flavor, a 13.7 fl oz bottle has a caffeine content between 45 and 130 mg.
Bottled Frappuccino Flavors & Their Caffeine Content
A Starbucks bottled frappuccino is a convenient way to get a quick afternoon caffeine boost. It turns out, however, that not all Starbucks frappuccinos are created equal.
I was shocked to learn that my favorite delicious and refreshing beverage, the Dark Chocolate Brownie Oat Milk, was one of the biggest hitters - that explains the jump in my heart rate when I indulge in multiple of these caffeinated beverages a day.
Just how much caffeine in Starbucks bottled Frappuccinos do you consume? Here are the caffeine levels of the most popular flavors you can find in grocery stores.
Caramel Starbucks Frappuccino
Dark Chocolate Brownie Oat Milk
Dulce De Leche
What’s In Starbucks Frappuccino Bottles?
The ingredients in Starbucks bottled Starbucks Frappuccinos are:
Most bottled Starbucks Frappuccinos have the same base ingredients listed above.
Looking at the nutritional labels of different flavors will reveal other additions. After all, the Starbucks Vanilla Frappuccino bottle is going to vary slightly from the Almond Milk Mocha.
Alongside the Starbucks frappuccino bottle caffeine levels, coffee lovers may want to know other details about their daily Starbucks iced coffee.
This sweet treat tends to have the following details on its nutrition labels:
9.5 fl oz:
13.7 fl oz:
Like the ingredients list, the exact nutrition details will vary from flavor to flavor. Some may have more sugar or calories or fat.
Like all things, the occasional almond milk vanilla or java chip bottled drink or brewed coffee is OK, but make sure to have bottled frappuccinos in moderation.
If you are watching your calorie intake or sugar intake, I recommend checking the label of the flavor you want before buying to make an informed choice for your body.
On the flip side, if you're not worried about how many calories you're consuming, try adding whipped cream for an extra creamy texture.
Barista HQ Bonus Tip: Did you know that you've been drinking Starbucks bottled Frappuccinos wrong? OK, maybe not wrong, but hear me out. If you put your drink in the freezer for a few hours before you drink it, it'll become an icy slushie texture just like the ones you buy in-store.
Caffeine In Starbucks Bottled Frappuccino Vs Other Drinks
We know that a 13.7 fl oz bottle of Starbucks bottled frappuccino is 45 -130 mg caffeine per serving - but how does it compare to other coffee drinks?
I was curious, so I broke down how my favorite chilled coffee drink fares against regular, bottled, and energy drinks.
Starbucks Bottled Frappuccino vs Bottled Cold Brew
A Starbucks bottled cold brew has around 190 mg of caffeine, giving it a higher caffeine content than even the standard Starbucks frappuccino.
It packs a lot of caffeine in a much smaller bottle, as the cold brew is only 9.5 fl oz while the bottled Frappuccino is 13.7.
Starbucks Bottled Frappuccino vs Tall Iced Caffe Americano
A tall Starbucks Caffe Americano, which is 12 fl oz, contains around 150 mg of caffeine, which is considerably more than the Starbucks bottled Frappuccino high flavor coffee.
Starbucks Bottled Frappuccino vs Canned Nitro Cold Brew
A Starbucks canned nitro cold brew has 280 mg of caffeine per serving, making it significantly higher than a Starbucks Frappuccino bottle.
Starbucks Bottled Frappuccino vs Canned Doubleshot Espresso
A Starbucks doubleshot energy canned drink has a serving size caffeine of 135 mg per 6.5 fl oz, putting it in a similar ballpark to the stronger Frappuccino bottle flavors.
They are both very similar, but the double shot is purely coffee and cream, which is preferable for those without much of a sweet tooth.
Starbucks Bottled Frappuccino vs Red Bull
An 8.4 fl oz can of Red Bull Energy contains around 80 mg of caffeine, which is pretty comparable to most Frappuccino bottle flavors.
Some people prefer energy drinks to coffee, but I am definitely more partial to some bean juice.
Starbucks Bottled Frappuccino vs Coke Classic
We all love to sip a classic Coke while out at dinner or in the summer, but does its caffeine level compare to coffee?
A classic Coke has around 34 mg per 12 fl oz can, making it significantly lower than a Frappuccino bottle.
Starbucks Bottled Frappuccino vs Bang Energy
You know it is going to be a late day at the office when my partner buys a can of Bang Energy.
A single serving of bang energy, 16 fl oz, contains 300 mg of energy - almost an entire day's worth of caffeine! In comparison, a Starbucks Frappuccino bottle contains a third of that level.
Starbucks Bottled Frappuccino vs Black Insomnia Coffee
Black Insomnia coffee is truly for the most desperate and sleep deprived with its 1105 mg of caffeine per 12 fl oz serving - more than enough caffeine when compared with a Starbucks Frappuccino bottle.
It is important to remember that Black Insomnia brands itself as the strongest coffee in the world and contains way more than your daily recommended caffeine intake per serving - sip with caution!
Common Questions About Starbucks Bottled Frappuccinos
Are bottled Starbucks Frappuccinos vegan?
Some bottled Starbucks Frappuccino bottle flavors are vegan, such as the ones that use oat or almond milk.
Are Starbucks Bottled Frappuccinos gluten-free?
Whether bottled Starbucks frappuccinos are gluten-free is a tricky question. Starbucks does not claim they are due to the factory they are made in and the maltodextrin in the recipe. Maltodextrin has a few potential sources, including wheat. As such, there is no guarantee they are gluten-free as traces may get in while in production.
Is 110mg of caffeine a lot?
Whether 110 mg of caffeine is a lot depends on how much caffeine you typically consume as well as how your body works individually. Hoawever, it is just over a quarter of the recommended daily recommended caffeine intake, which is 400 mg.
Where can you buy Starbucks Bottled Frappuccino Drinks?
If you need more caffeine in your life, you can buy a single or multipack Starbucks bottled Frappuccino bottle in grocery stores, Walmart, Amazon, and your local Starbucks.
Can I get a caffeine-free Starbucks Bottled Frappuccino?
It is not currently possible to get a caffeine-free Starbucks bottled Frappuccino, but Starbucks may bring decaffeinated coffee versions out in the future.
Get A Caffeine Kick From These Grab & Go Drinks!
How much caffeine in Starbucks frappuccino bottle varieties will vary depending on the size and flavor, but a 13.7 fl oz bottle tends to have between 45 and 130 mg of caffeine per bottle.
I certainly enjoy one once in a while to level up my iced coffee.
Because most caffeine content varies, it is important to check the label of your bottled mocha frappuccino to avoid drinking too much caffeine.
Whether you love the salted dark chocolate, caramelized vanilla honey, or the toasted white chocolate Starbucks frappuccino, be sure to watch your energy levels!