How many calories are in your cup of coffee?

HOW MANY CALORIES DOES BLACK COFFEE HAVE

A 240 ml cup of black coffee has only 2 calories. Your espresso or "pour over" cup is made with only non-caloric water and roasted coffee beans. The calories in coffee come from a small amount of protein and some mono-unsaturated oils. The coffee beans contain oils (which is why, for example, the coffee machine needs to be cleaned frequently to avoid a lot of grease).

Old coffee can sometimes taste a little rancid. This is due to the oils in the bean being rancid. This is often the case if the beans are over-roasted and if the coffee has been stored for a long time. The oils can then become slightly rancid, causing the coffee to taste bad.

IS COFFEE CALORIFIC?

Since coffee is brewed using only water, which contains no calories, black coffee is virtually calorie-free. However, this does not mean that all coffee drinks are low in calories. It all depends on what you put in your coffee.

Since caffeine is a bitter chemical, many people tend to sweeten and mellow it. For example, sugar, milk or sweet syrup. And if you add all the options, you're looking at a sweetened milk drink rather than a classic coffee.

HOW MANY CALORIES DOES YOUR FAVOURITE COFFEE HAVE

TYPE OF COFFEE DRINK Calories / 240 ml
Black coffee 2
Black coffee with ice 2
Espresso 20
Cold brew 2
Black coffee with 1 teaspoon (15 ml) of vanilla syrup 32
Black coffee with 1 teaspoon of syrup and 1 teaspoon of sugar 38
Latte 72
Flavored latte 134
Cappuccino 46
Iced coffee with milk 146

As you can see, espresso contains more calories than classic black filter coffee at 240 ml because it is much more concentrated. However, an espresso is usually 30 ml, which has approximately 2 calories.

So don't worry about drinking espresso so filtered coffee when you're watching your calories. Coffee drinks containing milk and sugar, have a lot more calories than regular coffee. Also keep in mind that the number of calories in milk-based coffee depends on what type of milk is used.

COFFEE AND CALORIES - SUMMARY:

If you're watching your calorie intake, you'll definitely never go wrong with a classic black filter coffee or espresso. Remember that the more added sugars, milk or other sweeteners you have in your coffee, the calorie index also increases.

In addition to calories ,sweetened coffee drinksare usually high in added sugars. Excessive consumption of added sugars can be linked to health problems such as heart disease, obesity and poor blood sugar management. However, this does not mean that you should never add sugar or milk to your coffee again. However, it is important not to overdo anything.

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