Although Starbucks doesn’t have decaf cold brew on their menu, it is still possible to get it, provided that you ask your barista nicely. Starbucks has decaffeinated coffee beans that can be used to prepare decaf cold brews. Also, to order a decaf coffee drink from Starbucks, simply ask your barista to prepare the coffee drink with decaf coffee.
I recently decided to cut down on my caffeine intake and like most people, I wasn’t sure whether Starbucks had decaf coffee drinks. After researching I discovered the decaf options available at Starbucks and how to order them so, keep reading to find out more.
Ways to order Starbucks Decaf coffee drinks – How do you order decaf cold brew at Starbucks?
There are several ways you can order decaf coffee drinks at Starbucks. The easiest way to ask for a decaf coffee drink is to ask the barista for the coffee drink you’d like and request them to replace the regular espresso shots in the drink with decaf espresso shots. Decaf coffee is prepared with decaffeinated coffee beans.
To order decaf cold brew kindly request the barista to prepare you a cold brew with the Starbucks decaf Pike Place roast. Note that Starbucks doesn’t prepare decaf cold brew regularly and it’s not guaranteed that you’ll get it. Some Starbucks locations brew the decaf during certain hours of the day and some locations don’t brew decaf at all.
Also, alone standing Starbucks stores may have the decaffeinated coffee beans while the licensed Starbucks locations in malls, Target, grocery stores and book stores do not have these coffee beans at their disposal. If your barista agrees to prepare decaf cold brew for you, you’ll have to be patient since the preparation takes longer.
If you’re ordering from the Starbucks app, select your preferred drink and its size as you normally would, and navigate to the customizations sections. Under customizations, make your preferred modifications in the drink then scroll and click on the “Espresso and Shots Options”. Under the “Espresso Roast” option, choose “Decaf espresso” from the roast options presented, to have your drink decaf. There are different levels of decaf espressos available in those options, so be free to select the one you prefer.
It is crucial to note that decaf doesn’t mean caffeine-free. Starbucks decaf coffee still has a bit of caffeine since the decaffeination process only removes about 97% of the caffeine from the coffee beans.
Starbucks Decaf iced coffee/brew options
Starbucks offers a decent number of iced coffee options that are decaffeinated. Some of the decaffeinated iced coffees include iced shaken espresso, iced caffé Americano iced latte, iced espresso, iced mocha, iced flat white and iced macchiato. Also, all Starbucks iced espresso drinks can be made decaf, since the regular espresso shots can be replaced with decaf espresso shots. Additionally, the available decaf coffee options available at Starbucks include Sumatra, Pike Place and Espresso Roast.
Does Starbucks have decaf bottled brew options?
Unfortunately, Starbucks does not have decaf bottled brew options. This is because there is not enough demand for it. However, bottled caffeinated cold brew is available at the coffeehouse, on their website or app and in other leading online stores.
Does Starbucks have decaf iced coffee?
Yes. Starbucks has decaf iced coffee available. Some of the decaf iced coffees include iced flat white, iced mocha, iced shaken espresso, iced caffé Americano, iced espresso and iced lattes. Whatever iced coffee you want, you can request your barista to prepare it with decaf espresso.
What other cold Starbucks drinks are decaf?
Starbucks offers various decaf cold drinks and to order one, simply request the barista to replace regular espresso in your cold drink with decaf espresso. Some of the cold drinks at Starbucks that can be prepared with decaf espresso include; iced chocolate cream cold brew, iced toasted vanilla oat milk shaken espresso, iced chocolate almond milk shaken espresso, iced honey almond milk flat white, iced Starbucks blonde vanilla latte, iced cinnamon dolce latte and iced caramel macchiato. In short, every cold drink at Starbucks that is prepared with regular espresso can be prepared with decaf espresso, making it a decaf cold drink.
Can you get decaf cold brew at Starbucks?
Although Starbucks does not have decaf cold brew on their menu, it is still possible to get a decaf cold brew. A barista can prepare decaffeinated cold brew using a method known as the pour-over method. The pour-over method is where a barista pours cold water over decaffeinated ground coffee beans, although, this process takes a while. Therefore, you’ll have to be patient if at all they agree to prepare it for you, because, again, it is not guaranteed.
Can you make any Starbucks drink decaf?
Yes. You can make any Starbucks drink decaf by replacing regular espresso shots in the drink with decaf espresso shots. Any drink that is prepared with caffeinated espresso or coffee can be customized to be decaf.
What drinks at Starbucks can you get decaf?
You can get numerous decaffeinated drinks at Starbucks. Some of the Starbucks frappuccinos that can be served decaf include; Caramel Frappuccino Blended Beverage, Mocha Frappuccino Blended Beverage, White Chocolate Mocha Frappuccino Blended Beverage, Caffé Vanilla Frappuccino Blended Beverage. Other Starbucks drinks you can get decaffeinated are; Decaf Mocha, cappuccino, macchiato, flat white latte, white chocolate mocha, caramel macchiato and Americano.
Which Starbucks drinks don’t have caffeine?
Starbucks serves several drinks that are caffeine-free. Some of the caffeine-free Starbucks drinks include mint majesty, iced passion tango tea, peach tranquillity, peppermint white hot chocolate, iced passion tango tea lemonade, chestnut praline crème, milk steamer, pistachio crème, cinnamon dolce crème, caramel apple spice and guava passion fruit drink. All crème frappuccinos at Starbucks are all caffeine-free except for the Chai Crème Frappuccino and the Matcha Crème Frappuccino Blended Beverage. As mentioned earlier, if you don’t want any trace of caffeine in your beverage, steer clear of decaf drinks and go for the caffeine-free options.