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Are you trying to make your purchase from Amazon and not one of the other 3rd party sellers? If so that could be the reason. I ship and sell all over the U.S.
Here's what I believe is happening. Pepsi, which owns the bottling rights to Starbucks RTD coffee's still works off an antiquated pre internet business model… see more
Are you trying to make your purchase from Amazon and not one of the other 3rd party sellers? If so that could be the reason. I ship and sell all over the U.S.
Here's what I believe is happening. Pepsi, which owns the bottling rights to Starbucks RTD coffee's still works off an antiquated pre internet business model that sells it's products in "Territories" meaning, Amazon cannot sell Pepsi products to people not in their territory. Why can I? Because I'm not buying my products from Pepsi. I'm not bound by their system, but it also means, because I ship all over the country Pepsi won't sell to me directly. That's the reason 3rd party sellers prices are higher then Amazons in most case. Blame Pepsi see less
Are you trying to make your purchase from Amazon and not one of the other 3rd party sellers? If so that could be the reason. I ship and sell all over the U.S.
Here's what I believe is happening. Pepsi, which owns the bottling rights to Starbucks RTD coffee's still works off an antiquated pre internet business model that sells it's products in "Territories" meaning, Amazon cannot sell Pepsi products to people not in their territory. Why can I? Because I'm not buying my products from Pepsi. I'm not bound by their system, but it also means, because I ship all over the country Pepsi won't sell to me directly. That's the reason 3rd party sellers prices are higher then Amazons in most case. Blame Pepsi

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Seller · October 26, 2018
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The dark chocolate flavor comes from cocoa powder. No dairy from the chocolate
Brittany
· July 31, 2018
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Caffeine 105mg** as stated on their website:
https://www.starbucks.com/menu/drinks/bottled-drinks/starbucks-doubleshot-coffee-smoothie-dark-chocolate

Nocturne
· March 4, 2019
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Not that you can tell, they all seem chocolate based to me
Debra A. Johnson
· June 9, 2018
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I contacted Starbucks and they said both flavors have 105 mg caffeine in each bottle.
Mom x 3
· September 13, 2018