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Buying Guide: Starbucks now makes a vitamin-infused morning brew
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Buying Guide: Starbucks now makes a vitamin-infused morning brew

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If you’re having trouble dragging yourself out of bed on cold winter days, you might need an extra boost in your daily coffee. Fortunately, Starbucks has you covered with an essential vitamin-infused morning brew that will help you jump start your day.

B Vitamins for Bigger Benefits

A little caffeine can help you wake up in the morning, but it can also lead to that mid-afternoon slump. The vitamin-infused coffee from Starbucks contains vitamins B1, B3, B5, and B12 to keep your body running at its best all day. B vitamins are shown to support healthy eyesight, digestion, brain function, red blood cell growth, and energy levels—all essential for combatting the winter burnout.

The Same Taste You Love

Unlike overly sweet energy drinks loaded with B vitamins, this vitamin-infused Starbucks coffee has the same taste you love from any mug of House Blend medium roast. While you get 8% of your daily potassium and 20% of your daily thiamin, niacin, B12, biotin, and pantothenic acid, you’ll also enjoy every sip.

Why Customers Love It

More than 900 Amazon customers gave this Starbucks vitamin-infused coffee an average of 4.7 out of 5 stars. The great flavor came up with some customers commenting that they couldn’t tell the difference between a traditional Starbucks medium roast and the vitamin-infused version. Other customers loved that they were able to up their daily vitamin intake without a bad tasting supplement or pill.

Starbucks Medium Roast Ground Coffee with Essential B Vitamins available from Amazon

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