1. Decaf Coffee (It’s Not Completely Caffeine-Free)
If you’re looking to decrease your caffeine intake, going for a cup of decaf may be all you need. It contains between two and five milligrams per cup.
2. Green Tea
With just 25 milligrams per cup and full of antioxidants and health benefits, starting your day with green tea will be a delight.
3. Black Tea
Depending on the variety of black tea you choose, there are about 25 to 48 milligrams, so slightly more than green tea.
4. Instant Coffee
Coffee snobs, please look away now. Instant coffee lovers, a cup of instant deliciousness will give you about 63 milligrams of caffeine. You’re welcome.
Ah, espresso. There’s nothing quite like a shot of it to get your morning started. Packed with 75 milligrams, make sure to drink your cup slowly.
Cappuccino is made with a shot of espresso and a thick layer of foamy milk on top of it. So, you get 75 milligrams of caffeine plus extra calcium and protein from the milk.
Unlike cappuccino, the macchiato has a small amount of steamed milk and foam, but the rest is the same. Ergo, it also has around 75 milligrams of caffeine.
This mouthwatering caffeinated beverage has about 63 to 126 milligrams depending on the glass size. It’s a mix of espresso, milk foam, and steamed milk.
9. Iced Coffee
The ultimate savior in those hot summer days, eh? Well, beware, because a glass of iced coffee contains about 120 milligrams of caffeine, and that’s for a small-sized serving!
10. Cold Brew
With a whopping 155 milligrams of caffeine per serving and a much smoother taste from being slow-steeped in cold water, a glass of cold brew will surely freshen you up.
11. Drip Coffee
It’s aromatic, it’s simple to make, and it has about 165 milligrams per cup. It’s awesome with a little skim milk.
12. Nitro Cold Brew
Now that’s the ultimate champion when it comes to caffeine intake per serving. It has 215 milligrams, so be careful not to overdose!