Starbucks Orange Mango Smoothie (Ingredients, Taste, Variations, Sizes, Caffeine, Calories, Dairy content)

Starbucks provides an inclusive menu that takes into consideration customers who want healthy, caffeine-free drinks by including delicious smoothies in their menu. Read on to get a glimpse of the Starbucks Orange Mango Smoothie and everything it entails.

When I don’t have time for breakfast at home or I need a mid-day snack to keep me going until dinner, the Starbucks orange mango smoothie has been my go-to beverage for a while now. I have to admit, I used to think all Starbucks beverages were caffeinated since Starbucks is a well-known coffee giant so I never bothered to look into the other drinks except their coffee which I love. I found out about the Starbucks orange mango smoothie when my niece came to visit and she asked for one. I decided to get one for myself too and I instantly fell in love.

The smoothie is a great drink when I need something refreshing, healthy, and caffeine-free. Its delicious taste and creamy texture also had me hooked. I decided to write this post to inform anyone who hasn’t tried the drink everything that they need to know about it. But before I get into it, let’s go through some fun and important facts about the Starbucks orange mango smoothie.

Brief History of the drink

When it comes to the things that I love, I have always been curious to dig deep and find out everything I can about it and this does not exclude the food or drinks that I like. Especially when it comes to food or drinks, knowing how to make the item is not enough for me. I always tend to dig deeper and find out its origin and history behind it. This love for information made me look into the Starbucks orange mango smoothie which is one of my favorite Starbucks drinks.

Starbucks consumers started requesting healthier options and this prompted the Starbucks team to come up with drinks that would meet consumer needs. The goal was to avoid artificial sweeteners, colors, flavors, and preservatives while maintaining a sweet taste. They hopped onto the blender bandwagon and made a series of smoothies that are healthy by launching the Vivanno Nourishing Blends across the United States and Canada. The Banana Chocolate smoothie was also launched alongside the Orange Mango smoothie. Eventually, Starbucks stopped using the name Vivanno and started calling the drink a smoothie.

Is Starbucks orange mango smoothie still available at Starbucks?

Starbucks Orange Mango Smoothie  Taste

No, unfortunately, the orange mango smoothie is no longer available at Starbucks. Starbucks discontinued the drink alongside other smoothies therefore you will not find it at Starbucks.

Starbucks orange mango smoothie (Ingredients, Taste, Variations, Sizes, Caffeine, Calories, caffeine, Dairy Content)

What’s in a Starbucks orange mango smoothie- (Ingredients)

Now that you know the interesting origin of the beverage, let’s go over the ingredients used to make this amazing drink. The Starbucks orange mango smoothie is pretty simple to prepare and a fun fact is that it’s made with one flavoring ingredient, which is the orange mango puree.

The smooth beverage comprises a frozen mango, a ripe banana, 2 oranges, 2% milk, two scoops of Starbucks protein powder, and ice cubes.

Starbucks orange mango smoothie: Sizes, Nutrition, Caffeine, Dairy Content & Calories

What sizes are available?

Like all other Starbucks smoothies, the orange mango smoothie is available in one size which is the Grande (16 fl 0z).

Nutritional facts

Starbucks Orange Mango Smoothie Variations

Despite Starbucks having a reputation for preparing unhealthy drinks, no doubt that the Starbucks orange mango smoothie is one of the healthiest beverages on the menu. The smoothie is made with real fruit which is one whole banana. The smoothie has no added sugar or artificial flavorings and it contains fiber. It also contains protein which can be beneficial to anybody trying to build some muscle. The Starbucks orange mango smoothie is also packed with nutrients such as iron, Vitamin A, Vitamin C, and calcium.

Below is a table that summarizes all its nutritional facts:

Serving size (16 fl oz)

Calories 270
Total fat 2.5g

Saturated Fat 1g

Trans fat 0g

4%

5%

Cholesterol 5mg 2%
Sodium 120mg 5%
Total carbohydrates 53g

Dietary Fiber 6g

Sugars 37g

18%

24%

Protein 16g 32%
Vitamin A 35%
Vitamin C 80%
Iron 6%
Calcium 10%

Caffeine Information

The Starbucks orange mango smoothie does not contain caffeine. This makes it a great drink for children or for anyone who wants to cut down on caffeine.

Dairy Content

Starbucks uses the regular 2% milk to prepare the orange mango smoothie. A Grande, which is the only size available, contains 41 grams of non-fat milk with sugar. However, Starbucks offers dairy-free alternatives such as soy milk or almond milk which is 40 grams. At Corporate Starbucks Stores, the Borden milk brand is used. The protein powder also contains some dairy since it is made from whey.

So, what does Starbucks orange mango smoothie taste like?

It is quite hard to picture the combination of sweet mango taste and the citrusy of an orange. However, Starbucks has combined these two contrasting tastes and has come out with something simply amazing. The orange mango smoothie is delicious and its creamy texture makes it even better. Not to mention it is quite refreshing and healthy. The smoothie does not contain added sugar therefore if you are a sweet tooth, this might not be your first drink of choice. The presence of protein powder also makes it less sweet. However, do not be discouraged since you can customize the smoothie and add a sweetener. The puree used in the smoothie also has a touch of natural sweetness since it is made from fruit.

Ways to customize a Starbucks orange mango smoothie at Starbucks- Starbucks orange mango smoothie variations

Starbucks Orange Mango Smoothie ingredients

One of the best parts about ordering from Starbucks is that it allows its customers to have a little fun with their drinks by customizing them and offering variations. This minimizes the redundancy of the beverages while boosting creativity. As expected, this is also applied in the Starbucks smoothies.

To customize, the Starbucks orange mango smoothie, you can decide to experiment with some of the Starbucks sweeteners if you want a little bit of extra sweetness to your drink. Some of the sweeteners used at Starbucks include the Stevia-blend from Whole Earth, Sweet’N Low, and Splenda. You can also cut back on the amount of protein powder by adding one scoop instead of two. Another way to customize the Starbucks orange mango smoothie is to select the type of milk you want. There is a wide range of milk options to choose from, from whole milk, and non-fat milk to non-dairy options. Some non-dairy options available at Starbucks include almond milk, coconut milk, and soy milk.

Starbucks Orange Mango Smoothie

How to make Starbucks orange mango smoothie at home- Starbucks orange mango smoothie copycat recipe

Kai Jordan

Equipment

  • Blender

Ingredients
  

  • 1 ripe banana
  • 1 orange
  • 1 ½ cup of cubed frozen mango
  • 2 scoops of vanilla protein powder
  • 1 cup of milk
  • 1 tablespoon of agave
  • 1 ½ cup of ice cubes

Instructions
 

  • Combine all the ingredients and put them in a blender
  • Blend until smooth
  • Serve the orange mango smoothie chilled and enjoy

Notes

  • I am a bit of a sweet tooth so when I prepare the orange mango smoothie, I use more fruit puree. This also makes the smoothie healthier. Another tip to make the smoothie sweeter is to use vanilla almond milk instead of regular milk.
  • You can also use a bit of Greek yogurt in the smoothie to give it a different taste. The Greek yogurt will also amp up the number of calories in the smoothie and this is perfect if you are trying to gain weight.
  • When you prepare the smoothie at home, you can cut down on the amount of protein powder by putting one scoop instead of two.
  • Sometimes when I prepare the smoothie I use 2 clementines instead of oranges when I want something a little bit different.
  • To ensure that your smoothie has a thick consistency, ensure that you always use frozen mangoes.
  • If you want a completely dairy-free smoothie, you can skip the protein powder since it is made from whey therefore it contains some dairy. However, this will make the smoothie lose some of its creaminess.
  • You can also add matcha green tea powder to the smoothie to get the antioxidant properties of the green tea.

Informative Section

How to order an orange mango smoothie at Starbucks?

To order an orange mango smoothie at Starbucks, simply ask the barista for the smoothie and it will be made for you. Keep in mind that it is only available in the Grande size and you can customize it how you want.

Is the Starbucks orange mango smoothie good?

Yes, the Starbucks orange mango is good. It has a creamy texture and is packed with nutrients and fiber.

How much is the orange mango smoothie at Starbucks?

The orange mango smoothie is $4.25 at Starbucks.

Was the Starbucks orange mango smoothie discontinued?

Yes, Starbucks discontinued the orange mango smoothie.

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