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Iced Peppermint White Chocolate Mocha

Iced Peppermint White Chocolate Mocha

Espresso, milk, white chocolate flavored sauce and peppermint flavored syrup on ice. Topped with sweetened whipped cream.

Nutrition Facts Per Serving (16 fl oz)
Calories 500 Calories from Fat 180
% Daily Value*
Total Fat 20g 31%
Saturated Fat 13g 65%
Trans Fat 0g
Cholesterol 55mg 18%
Sodium 0mg 0%
Total Carbohydrate 73g 24%
Dietary Fiber 0g 0%
Sugars 69g
Protein 10g
Vitamin A
15%
Vitamin C
2%
Calcium
30%
Iron
2%
Caffeine 150mg**
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
**Each caffeine value is an approximate value.

Nutritional information is calculated based on our standardized recipes. Because our beverages are handcrafted and may be customized, exact information may vary.

Nutritional information is calculated based on our standardized recipes. Because our beverages are handcrafted and may be customized, exact information may vary. Data is calculated using ESHA Research's Genesis® R&D software, and rounded to meet FDA regulations. Data for vitamins and minerals refers to percentage of U.S. Daily Values for a 2,000 calorie diet. Caffeine information is approximate and is based on limited analytical data. Caffeine values reflect our standard brewing methods; they can vary greatly based on the variety of the coffee and the brewing equipment used.

Allergen information is currently unavailable online for our beverage selections.  If you have an allergen concern, please feel free to ask our baristas to check the ingredient labels or call 1-800-235-2883 for more information.  Please note: we cannot guarantee that any of our beverages are allergen free because we use shared equipment and handle allergens throughout the store.

The cool, bracing flavors of peppermint and white chocolate together creates their own wintry blast inside your mouth. But when it’s served iced, as it is here, you’re talking a full-scale arctic experience that’s chillingly delicious. Brrrring your own parka.

Did you know

The first English use of the word parka – borrowed from Aleutian natives – was recorded in 1625.