In comparison, a standard Pret latte contains 110 calories.
The same amount as a Strawberries and Kreme doughnut from Krispy Kreme or most of a bar of Dairy Milk.
That's over 20% of a woman's daily recommended intake – just from one drink.
About half of a woman's recommended daily intake of sugar.
That's half a woman's daily recommended limit.
All Eggnog Lattes are made with semi-skimmed milk, which appears to help out *slightly* in the calorie department. You can find nutritional information for all of Starbucks' coffees here.
A 16 oz coffee has over 43g of sugar, more than a standard can of Coke.
That's more saturated fat than a McDonald's Big Mac which has 9.5g.
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More than a McDonald's Strawberry Milkshake.
Again, go for skimmed (5g) or semi-skimmed milk (9g) for less saturated fat.
Another coffee that's more than 20% of the energy you need in a day.
You can choose skimmed (6.4g) or soya milk (7g) at Costa if you want to reduce the amount of saturated fat in your Sticky Toffee Latte.
If you opt for soya milk, it's 52.4g.
Roughly half the calories of a Sticky Toffee Latte from Costa. If you want to reduce it even more, opt for skimmed milk or a small drink instead of a medium one.
Despite not doing too badly on calories, the Praline Cappuccino has a fair bit of sugar – though less than some of Costa's other Christmas coffees.
It's still over a quarter of a woman's daily recommended limit, but on the plus side it's half that in a Sticky Toffee Latte.