Confession: I am a total Starbucks-aholic. In fact, I live on top of a Starbucks. I can literally sit on my balcony and smell the coffee brewing in the morning… then I just pop downstairs and buy some. It’s dangerously accessible!
I also love all of the awesome products I can stock my own coffee station with like the Starbucks Keurig K-Cups, the instant Via coffee packs, and my newest fav – the Starbucks Bottled Iced Coffee!
Bottled Starbucks® Iced Coffee is a blend of premium Starbucks coffee and 2 percent milk, inspired by the coffee blend and flavors used in the handcrafted Iced Coffee beverages served in Starbucks cafes (like the one I jokingly refer to as my basement). Flavors include Starbucks Iced Coffee + Milk, Starbucks Low Calorie Iced Coffee + Milk, Starbucks Vanilla Iced Coffee, and Starbucks Caramel Iced Coffee.
It’s the perfect pick-me-up for those hot summer days when you’re running out the door and need to grab something in a hurry. I’m also not far from the beach (#SouthFloridaProblems), so I love to get one to throw in my tote (next to my SPF 70).
It’s refreshing, keeps me awake when I need it, and it’s also not too bad in the calorie department either! Lightly sweetened, it’s made from simple ingredients and ranges between 50 – 120 calories per bottle.
You can purchase some Bottled Starbucks® Iced Coffee of your own at your local grocery or drug store. It runs about $1.99 a bottle or $5.99 for a four pack.
Bottled Starbucks Iced Coffee beverages are the perfect blend of premium Starbucks coffee and 2 percent milk. Available in four delicious offerings: Coffee + Milk, Low Calorie Coffee + Milk, Vanilla, and Caramel, Starbucks Iced Coffee ready-to-drink beverages are the perfect on-the-go refreshment to get you through the daily commute, big projects such as spring cleaning, or an exciting road trip with friends. Look for it at major grocery and convenience stores, available nationwide.[Disclosure: Compensation was provided by Starbucks Coffee Company via Mode Media. The opinions expressed herein are those of the author and are not indicative of the opinions or positions of Starbucks Coffee Company.]