Are the iced lemonade and iced hibiscus tea From Starbucks healthy for you?
- CaitlinLv 64 weeks ago
The iced lemonade and iced hibiscus tea from Starbucks are healthy for you.
- conley39Lv 72 months ago
Not particularly, but it won't hurt you to have one once in a while.
- Anonymous2 months ago
I'm not any kinda expert but would guess so zyvmqcfh
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- Groovy_UnicornLv 72 months ago
The hibiscus tea with zero sugars is basically flavored water since its an herbal tea. The lemonade has sugar though.
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- 2 months ago
The Very Berry Hibiscus Starbucks Refresher has 14 grams of sugar (small).
14 g = over 3 teaspoons of sugar. Some of the sugar is from the berries, so it is not all white sugar. It would be better to buy or make tea that does not contain any added sugar.
The lemonade has 27 grams of sugar, for a small.
If you got a larger size, the amount of sugar would grow.
To me, the lemonade is not healthy. It could easily be made at home. Even if you used the lemonade flavored water enhancer packets and added some calorie free sweetener, that would probably be better for you, than drinking all of that sugar.
- JJLv 52 months ago
Yes, if drunk in moderation
- CBLv 72 months ago
Compared to drinking plain water - No not more healthy and if it has any sugar HellNO.
- GuberLv 52 months ago
Doubtful. I haven't tried them, but don't they maybe have quite a bit of sugar? Plain hibiscus tea could be healthy, but isn't S'bucks trying to make you think theirs is?
- Red FoxLv 72 months ago
Hibiscus tea is excellent.