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Grocery Store Cold Brew Coffees, Ranked Worst To Best
Starbucks Vanilla
While the in-store version is great, the bottled version of Starbucks’ Vanilla Sweet Cream Cold Brew doesn’t quite come close. One serving of this cold brew contains a huge 15 grams of sugar, which also makes the drink taste artificial and almost like espresso mixed with water.
Bulletproof Latte
Although the Bulletproof Dark Chocolate Cold Brew Latte tastes pretty good, it also contains a whole quarter of your recommended daily saturated fat intake in one serving. So, if low-carb diets do not pertain to your lifestyle or you like to keep your fat intake down, avoid this latte.
High Brew Mocha
High Brew Dark Chocolate Mocha tastes deliciously chocolatey, but the flavor contains 14 grams of sugar per serving. Mocha Cold Brew ranks on the higher end of the sugar scale compared to High Brew's other flavors like Bourbon Vanilla Latte and Toasted Coconut Latte.
Stok Mocha
Stok claims their Mocha Creamed Cold-Brew Coffee is “tasty [and] not too sweet," but the whopping 20 grams of sugar per serving in it says otherwise. So, while this cold brew looks and tastes good, it may also be a sugar overload unless you've got a monumental sweet tooth.
Chobani Sweet Cream
Chobani's Sweet Cream Cold Brew has a pretty straightforward ingredient list — single-origin arabica beans, fresh milk, cane sugar, and natural flavors. However, with 15 grams of added sugar per serving, and two and a half servings per bottle, this might not be your go-to drink after all.