Can I order an Iced Caramel Machiato but without coffee in Starbucks?

Can I order an Iced Caramel Machiato but without coffee in Starbucks?

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  1. Honestly, you can order just about anything at Starbucks, so yes. However, it will just be a cup of sweetened milk with caramel that you will be charged 5 dollars for. You can make it decaffeinated and keep the coffee flavor without the caffeine, or you can order a cup of milk with vanilla and caramel drizzle for a significantly lower price.

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  2. No. Without the coffee it’s just milk, ice, vanilla sweetener and caramel- the macchiato part is the shots are poured on top of the milk (and in the hot version, over the foam).

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  3. I used to ask this question a lot: Can I get the taste of a caramel macchiato without the espresso?
    Why?
    Simple.
    There was a customer who was allergic to caffeine. She was my regular. She was in my store. That made her my responsibility.
    I experimented for hours that rolled into days that eventually stumbled into years.
    Disappointment followed by misery, I had reached the lowest of the low: a bar-none barista.
    Who am I? Where is my purpose? Is it possible that I was only playing Starbucks this whole time and not actually being Starbucks?
    I swam to the rocks, listened to the Siren, and allowed her to transform the old me into something new, something different… something better.
    I was reborn.
    Toffee Nut Syrup!
    Vanilla pumps first,
    Steam milk 1/4 inch from the top,
    no foam yet,
    squirt 1 pump of toffee nut syrup for a tall, 2 for a grande, 3 for a venti,
    meringue- foam,
    cross-hatch,
    and
    VOILA!
    Caramel Macchiato without the coffee.

    Can I order an Iced Caramel Machiato but without coffee in Starbucks?

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  4. Suppose you could…
    Why not just go to an up-scale chocolatier and get a high-end caramel candy. Flavor would be the same and the cost about equal.
    In most coffee shops, any “coffee drink” other than black coffee or straight espresso are…IMHO…liquid candy bars in any event. Why not just get the equivalent taste…?

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  5. Technically speaking, no. An iced caramel macchiato has only 5 ingredients: vanilla syrup, milk, ice, espresso, and caramel drizzle. In that order. If you try to order one without espresso, the barista may say sure, but youre gonna get charged for the espresso. If you really, really want a cup of vanilla milk with caramel drizzle (I can’t seem to fathom why you would, but you do you..) order as follows:
    “I would like [size] cold vanilla milk with ice and caramel drizzle”
    Simple as that. But just so you know, adding the vanilla costs 50¢ and the caramel drizzle will cost (I believe) 80¢.
    Before tax, this puts the beverage at approx. $3.55 for a tall, $3.75 for a grande, and $4.05 for a tall.
    Again, not quite sure why you would wanna order this… but like I said: you do you.

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  6. You can order about anything you desire at a SB as long as the server can figure out how to ring it up. Will it be worth drinking is another question. Decaf won’t work because the brew still contains about 1 gram per ounce of brew which may be enough to trigger this sensitivity.
    Thanks for the A2A Pante Mazilita

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  7. Yes. The correct name of that drink would be an “Iced Vanilla Latte, with one less pump of Vanilla and Caramel drizzle on top”. That’s how the barista would be required to ring it up, but you could also order it by saying, “Iced Caramel Macchiato without Espresso”.

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  8. You can get decaf shots, yes! Otherwise you’re just drinking vanilla milk with a crosshatch of caramel sauce on top if you get no shots at all.

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