Even in this frigid weather, 50 percent of people drink iced coffee. But if you've ever tried to make iced coffee at home, you might find you just end up with watery lukewarm coffee if all you're doing is pouring hot coffee over ice. Starbucks new iced coffee pods for the Keurig solve that problem. You fill up a cup with ice, put the pod in, and press brew. The pods are concentrated. As the hot coffee cools and the ice melts you end up with the perfect ice coffee mix. They'll cost $10.99 for 10 pods or $14.99 for 16 pods and start showing up in stores nationwide this month.
For that person who likes to get up early and go the gym, the Doubleshot has got the kick of both caffeine and 20 grams of protein. Many people working on their muscles take protein supplements, sometimes mixing it into their coffee. Starbucks is just following that trend by packaging it all, even though most people get all the protein they need from their diet. Some people will do anything for more, though.
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The suggested retail price for these single-serve 11 oz. cans is $2.99, and they'll be in convenience, drug, and grocery stores this month as well. They contain 210 calories, 25 from fat and 33g of carbs, 20 of which are sugars.
The coffee company also showed off their new Via instant lattes, which no longer require milk to be added, just water.