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Starbucks doubleshot Energy plus Coffee

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Where can I buy Starbucks doubleshot Energy plus Coffee? Obedient sheep get their's at Starbucks
How much does Starbucks doubleshot Energy plus Coffee cost? $2.59

What's in Starbucks doubleshot Energy plus Coffee?

Nutritional Information
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Size: 15.0 FL OZ
Servings: 2.0
Calories110
Carbohydrates19
Sodium90
Pretty much the same as Starbucks DoubleShot Energy Plus Coffee Vanilla

Jason's Review

I enjoyed doubleshot coffee. It does have a very run-of-the-mill coffee flavor, which is pleasant, and is an excellent de facto choice for those who don't prefer the Vanilla or Mocha flavor alternatives. I wouldn't call it delicious, but it's pleasant and easy to drink. I think the one place they are right on target is the sweetening. Sure the can has 210 calories, but for 15 oz. of enjoyable creamed coffee, I'd say that's pretty good. It's energizing attributes seem on par with any other "coffee plus energy" drink, so IMHO, this is strictly a taste preference/price matter.

As with any coffee drink, I recommend giving it a light shake/swirl before opening it. I think the can is handsome, maybe because I'm in the process of designing a website with the same colors, and it's self-serving to say it looks awesome.

I didn't enjoy this as much as the Vanilla. Starbucks doubleshot Coffee flavor is like your girlfriend's flirty uninteresting friend, she's not as savory, but you'll resentfully make out with her for $2.59.

Guests's Review

Dub was supposed to be reviewing Mana Energy Potion (which is totally FTW, BTW), but I have important things to say, so, instead of being subjected to Dub's puff piece about Mana Energy Potion being the greatest thing since twink hunters in 10-19 Warsong Gulch, you can read my piece on who needs to STFU, and I might mention Starbucks late-to-market crappy corporate sellout product in the meantime.

So firstly, for those "legitimate" journalist/radio personalities who have a handful of automaton readers/listeners, good job on discovering Red Bull (THE energy drink), how fortunate for the uneducated masses that we have you to dispense your wisdom about the emergence of this new "niche beverage market". Clearly, because we don't have a team of hippie journalists whose Greenwich Village parents sent them to ivy league schools, to proof-read our publication, our website's nearly indecipherable backwoods in-bred opinions are like the gibberish of a madman. You mean to tell me there's somewhere to get this "caffeine" other than Starbucks? How adventurous of you to try Red Bull, and do a couple of "Ask Jeeves" searches about another infinitesimal brand, Monster. "The internet?" Who goes their for new information? There's nothing on there but porn, and 13 year old bloggers. Good thing your work is in print, Mr. Journalist, because destroying forests to dispense information in an archaic manner adds legitimacy to your decade outdated epiphanies. Why not chisel your foolhardiness into a rock somewhere? maybe if you can destroy a natural landmark, people will actually read your drivel. This site has been reviewing energy drinks since you were writing about Kerry's national gas tax being the Godsend solution to curbing consumption and our dependency on foreign oil.

And for you radio fellows, next time you are going to invite one of us to be part of your panel discussion then drop us at the last minute for someone who is more aligned with your socialist views, why not just drop the segment altogether and have another "Keep our Marxist speechifying on the air" fundraiser. Because who doesn't want a 6 compact disc set of 600 year old music for the low price of a $250 donation.

Yes, we know, your publication sells "x" number of copies. Well, everyone has to read something while defecating, or waiting in the dentist office. So, when I'm done with the tampon box, or TMJ information pamphlet, I might join your millions of "readers" and flip through your monthly for pictures of Angelina Jolie and her miraculous weight loss.

So no, we don't want to sell out to your "major publication" to write an article where we talk about the benefits of your corporate sponsors' products. And no, we don't want to do a radio discussion where we debate the imminent health risk to teens who are "Red Bull junkies". We'll keep providing useful information to the energy drink market, and you guys can keep being a day late to the parade with information everyone already knows, and ultimately even the general public doesn't care about.

Lastly, anything Starbucks makes sucks. How hard is it to make coffee that tastes good? I pray for the day when "Get a Starbucks", means "Get a sobering slap in my egocentric face".

Starbucks doubleshot Energy plus Coffee can or bottle design and textual information
The coffee can has a tasteful Dolce and Gabbana feel to it, cocoa, coffee and caramel colors in a sun-ray streaking design. The rim of the can is silver with the following words in black, "Coffee with other natural flavors", and the following words in white, "Guarana, Ginseng, B Vitamins". The rest of the front of the can starts by repeating, "Guarana, Ginseng, B Vitamins", followed by, "Premium Energy Coffee Drinks" and "15 FL OZ (443 mL)". The back of the can is mostly cocoa color, with the following in white text, "Starbucks doubleshot Energy Plus Coffee Your Energy Shot. Starbucks DoubltShot Energy Plus Coffee. A powerful, great-tasting brew of B vitamins, guarana, ginseng and natural proteins from milk. Charged up with premium coffee. That extra surge to keep you energized and alert. Are you ready for more?"

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