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Take a look at dark roasted beans some time. Those suckers are covered in oil.
100 should be seen more as a guideline - you could add more cooking oil one day and go over, or under, or whatever, y'know? And it's not like agricultural products are all uniform in size. An apple isn't always identical to an apple.
Aku's friends are a bit more flexible and use a macro calculator app on their phones to do the same thing.
200 is definitely off though, Aku was thinking of the caffeine content in strong coffee - which is a different thing.
Aku's cut this year was 25lbs, dropping 100 calories out of his diet every week. That was surprisingly easy to stick to, if slow at first. Definitely recommended over macros or diet plans or whatever.
A small cup of crappy Tim's (IIRC) is about 50 calories - which gives you an idea of how weak it is. Strong coffee of the same size maxes out at about 200 or so. Where your cup of joe falls on that spectrum depends on how you make it and its strength.
There's no try before you buy option at your stores, huh? Because it's a life saver here. A delicious, delicious, life saver.
I've loved stuff the reviewers hated, and vice versa. I think decent/accurate is really a matter of finding a reviewer who has the same tastes as you do. Maybe google reviews of ones you already know you like and look at what reviewers who liked those recommend.