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Jul 15, 2013

Review: Starbucks Orange Spice Iced Coffee

Starbucks Orange Spice Iced Coffee is a new addition to their summer drink line-up and features freshly-brewed iced coffee with simple syrup, powdered cinnamon, and a couple of orange slices.

I picked up a 16-oz Grande cup for $2.75. The barista asked if I wanted it with cream so I went with that.

For the most part, the Orange Spice Iced Coffee tastes of a refreshingly-cold, smooth, and lightly sweetened iced coffee. The addition of cream and cinnamon remind me a lot of Baskin-Robbins' Cappuccino Blast, which is a good thing.

Like with Starbucks' Refreshers, the barista shakes all the ingredients together before pouring it out to serve in a cup. The cinnamon lends a little spiciness that I found enjoyable. The oranges slices are dehydrated rather than fresh and don't add much in the way of flavor except for when you get some pulp. The pulp adds a very light orangy sweetness. Both the cinnamon and the pulp tend to settle so you may wish to stir the drink ever so often.

Overall, I thought Starbucks Orange Spice Iced Coffee was pretty good and mostly interesting due to the cinnamon rather than the orange slices since I found the orange flavor very lacking.

Nutritional Info - Starbucks Orange Spice Iced Coffee (113g)
Calories - 360 (from Fat - 110)
Fat - 12g (Saturated Fat - 7g)
Sodium - 1070mg
Carbs - 46g (Sugar - 1g)
Protein - 16g

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