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cappacino or latte??????

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which is lower calories??????

both skim of course:)

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"Espresso vs. Cappuccino vs. Latte vs. Cafe Au Lait

At 5 calories per ounce, a shot of espresso is your best deal.

A 16-ounce Starbucks Cappuccino (an espresso with steamed milk and a layer of foam) has 150 calories.

A latte is an espresso with more steamed milk than a cappuccino, also topped with foam -- it has 260 calories for 16 ounces.

Cafe Au Lait is a one-to-one mix of coffee and steamed milk and has 140 calories for 16 ounces. Fit Tip: Skip the whipped cream and save at least 100 calories and as much as a quarter of a day's worth of saturated fat.

Starbucks Ice Tazo Chai Tea vs. Dunkin' Donuts Caramel Swirl Latte with Soy Milk With 200 calories for 12 ounces, the Chai wins -- you get 2 more ounces for fewer calories than the 10-ounce latte (210 calories).

Tea without sugar and milk has virtually no calories, but when you make it fancy, the calories add up. Take a look at Starbucks Tazo Chai Creme Frappuccino Blended Tea (16 ounces) at 510 calories."

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so cappicino it is???????

Cappuccino it is :) 

cappuccino. it's mostly foam. i always get a 16-ounce soy cappucino with a single shot. two make me too jittery. pretty low cal.

how about half cappuccino and half latte?

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Cappuccino or latte?

Which ever one you like best.  :)

As for calorie wise, a cappuccino has less calories because it has less milk. So a cappuccino is less filling than a latte.

Stats: A tall Starbucks cappuccino has 60 calories.  A tall skinny Starbucks latte has 90 calories.

Both are great. 

If you want a cappuccino with some more milk, order it wet. If you want more foam order it dry. :)

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