For those under a rock, Starbucks is notorious for selling some of the most sugary drinks known to man (I know some of my fellow Vinglers addicted to their coffee may not want to admit it, but it's true.)
While healthier options have been in style as of late, Starbucks has continued to throw caution to the wind. For example, their Cinnamon Roll Frappucino, clocks in at 102 g of sugar (for a 24-oz Venti-sized serving).
Starbucks didn't stop there though, as their new product takes the sugar rush to another level.
Their Hot Mulled Fruit drink with grape, chai, orange and spices is boasting 99 grams of sugar into a 20-oz cup. To put it in perspective, a 16oz coke has 52 grams of sugar, and the recommended daily intake for men is 45 grams and 30 grams for women.
At this rate in 6 months Starbucks will just dump a cup of sugar in the cup with a dab of coffee charge you 8 bucks a cup.