Why does everywhere on the internet say the venti iced brown sugar oat milk shaken espresso is 170 calories but at Starbucks it’s self

Why does everywhere on the internet say the venti iced brown sugar oat milk shaken espresso is 170 calories but at Starbucks it’s self it says 190 calories? Which is it?

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  1. If I had to make a guess, I’d assume one of the ingredients had an updated specification that pushed up the calorie count and the people on the internet just didn’t get around to updating their databases yet.
    When in doubt, I assume the manufacturer/seller has the more recent data.
    All that said, if you worry about a 20 calorie difference, you’ve got bigger fish to fry. 20 calories don’t make a difference in the grand scheme of things.

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  2. The shaken espresso drinks are VERY inconsistent in their calorie count due to some conflicting instructions baristas have received on how to make the beverage in different situations. In actuality the drink should be closer to 170, but in almost every case more oat milk is added which would push this drink closer to 190 or 200 calories.

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  3. who cares why? if you are buying it from Starbucks go with what they say as they are required by law to provide that information when asked for it.
    why ask why?

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