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How Much Caffeine is in Starbucks Nitro Cold Brew?

Starbucks is known for its cool variety of Cold Brews like pumpkin cream, chocolate cream, salted caramel, and sweet vanilla cream. But how do these compare taste, texture, and caffeine content to a Starbucks Nitro Cold Brew? More importantly, how much stronger is a Starbucks Nitro Cold Brew than a Cold Brew?

This article answers how much caffeine in Starbucks Nitro Cold Brew is.

Caffeine in Starbucks Nitro Cold Brew Canada

What Is Nitro Cold Brew?

Nitro Cold Brew is Cold Brew coffee infused with nitrogen.

Nitro Cold Brew’s characteristic texture comes from tiny bubbles that form due to nitrogen not entirely dissolving into the Cold Brew coffee.

This odourless, colourless gas gives Cold Brew coffee a carbonated quality, making it taste smooth and silky while having low acidity (1).

The nitrogen’s released and it agitates the beverage. Then when it’s poured it’s as if it’s been poured from a tap. It gives you that same mouthfeel, that same smooth feeling and taste

Starbucks Nitro Cold Brew Caffeine

There is 245 mg of caffeine in Nitro Cold Brew in a Starbucks Tall size of 354 ml and 345 mg in a Grande size of 473 ml. There is more caffeine in Starbucks Nitro Cold Brew vs Cold Brew caffeine. Starbucks Cold Brew coffee’s caffeine content is 155 mg for a Tall and 205 mg for a Grande (2).

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How Much Caffeine In Starbucks Nitro Cold Brew Vs…

How does the caffeine in Starbucks Nitro Cold Brew compare to other Cold Brews? Let’s look.

Death Wish

Death Wish Coffee contains 708 mg of caffeine in 354 ml and 944 mg in 473 ml as there is 59 mg per fluid oz (30 ml). Since the FDA would disapprove of this much caffeine consumption in a single day, Death Wish Cold Brews come in cans of 8 fluid oz (240 ml).

Stumptown

The Stumptown Cold Brew coffee contains 319 mg of caffeine in 354 ml and 425 mg in 473 ml.

Wandering Bear

The Wandering Bear Cold Brew contains 300 mg of caffeine in 354 ml and 400 mg in 473 ml.

Final Thoughts

Starbucks Nitro Cold Brew contains 245 mg of caffeine in a Tall size of 354 ml and 345 mg of caffeine in a Grande size of 473 ml. In contrast, the caffeine in Cold Brew Starbucks is 155 mg for a Tall and 205 mg of caffeine for a Grande. Starbucks Nitro Cold Brew is silkier, smoother, and stronger than a regular Starbucks Cold Brew. Compared to Death Wish, Stumptown, and Wandering Bear Cold Brews, Starbucks Nitro Cold Brews aren’t nearly as caffeinated and have a long way to go to match these other coffee brands’ intensities.

FAQs

There is 265 mg of caffeine in a Grande Nitro Cold Brew vanilla sweet cream. It also contains 70 calories, 3.5 g of saturated fat, 15 mg of cholesterol, 20 mg of sodium, 4 g of sugars, and 1 g of protein.

Nitro Cold Brew has more caffeine due to its greater ratio of ground coffee to water than regular coffee. It has the same health benefits as regular coffee, which include lowering depression, prolonging longevity, bolstering against diabetes and dementia, and assisting weight loss (3).

Starbucks Nitro Cold Brew has 215 mg of caffeine in 354 ml vs 235 mg in 354 ml of a regular coffee from Starbucks featuring their Medium Pike Place Roast. A standard coffee of 354 ml has 136 mg of caffeine, but this varies depending on many factors.

  1. Lee, J. (2016, October 4). Nitro Cold Brew: Is Coffee Following Craft Beer? Retrieved October 13, 2022, from https://perfectdailygrind.com/2016/10/nitro-cold-brew-is-coffee-following-craft-beer/
  2. Starbucks. (n.d.). Cold Coffees. Retrieved October 13, 2022, from https://www.starbucks.com/menu/drinks/cold-coffees
  3. Link, R. (2018, August 2). Nitro Coffee: Is Cold Brew Better Than Regular? Retrieved October 13, 2022, from https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/nitro-coffee
Dasha Toptygina
I am a writer who delves into all manner of things related to coffee, cats, and characters. I started drinking coffee daily in university and now my entire work, life, and personality all revolve around procuring the perfect brew. I start every morning with yoga, French Press coffee, and some special creative time devoted to working on a magical cat café story... but, more on that later.

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