Starbucks coffee contains more caffeine than most of its competitors.
But the more complicated a drink order, the less caffeine it tends to have.
For example, a grande Pike Place roast has about 330 milligrams of caffeine, while a latte of the same size contains 150 milligrams of caffeine. The Mayo Clinic quantifies a “safe” daily intake of caffeine as 400 milligrams.
To see how much caffeine is in your typical order, check out the graphic below from Thrillist.
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