The World's Strongest Coffee Is Here, and We're Kind of Scared
01 April 2017, 01:32 | Robert Harris
A 12-ounce cup of"Black Insomnia Coffee contains 702 mg of caffeine
But don't go downing an 12-ounce cup of the world's strongest coffee just yet.
The "coffee" (perhaps we should just call it a bag of caffeine) is available on Amazon, so you can get your jitters anytime you want!
Sean Kristafor, who invented the coffee along with a partner in 2016, told CTV News Channel Thursday that he believes the coffee tastes great. Black Insomnia is made of the robusta bean, which contains a higher concentration of the eye-opening stimulant that makes us all feel more awake than the widely used arabica bean. By October, they had customers in 22 countries.
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The strength of the brew comes from the type of bean Black Insomnia uses, and the way the beans are roasted, resulting in a sweet, nutty flavor. Now you can jump-start your day with the "world's strongest coffee". According to the Mayo Clinic, a six-ounce serving of Black Insomnia fulfills the average adult's maximum recommended caffeine intake for a single day. This all depends on how you brew the coffee, of course.
The South African concoction now holds the unofficial title of world's strongest coffee.
Death Wish Coffee contains 13.2 grams of caffeine per kilogram, but based on tests conducted by a Swiss laboratory, the Black Insomnia has 17.5 grams of caffeine per kilogram, Today noted. Mary Sweeney, a researcher at John Hopkins School of Medicine, said that the coffee brand will give you double the amount of caffeine for the same amount of coffee. "This makes it easier to consume more caffeine than you intend to and effects can range from mild to severe, for example, jitteriness, nervousness, restlessness and trouble sleeping".
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