The festive season is here and the high street coffee chains have lost no time in launching their speciality Christmas drinks.
From eggnog lattes and gingerbread cappuccinos to almond hot chocolates and spiced coffees, these tempting drinks may be tasty but a majority contain more than a person's daily recommended amount of sugar and fat.
Because despite this being the season for indulgence, a hot chocolate with 661 calories, 24 teaspoons of sugar and more than 12 grams of fat might be going a bit too far.
The large take-away caramel fudge hot chocolate from Costa, made with full-fat milk, comes in at around a quarter of your recommended daily calories. And it contains four times the advised daily limit of sugar, at a shocking 98.1g.
Meanwhile rival Starbucks has a 'venti' eggnog latte containing 547 calories.
Bizarrely, fast food chain McDonald s offers one of the lower-calorie options, with a large toffee latte containing 241 calories and 32.1g of sugar.