Would You Try The World's Strongest Coffee?
Caffeine drip, please.
Good news, caffeine addicts: you'll now be able to get your jitter on to the max. The world's strongest coffee has finally made its way to the U.S., and we can already feel our toes tapping with excitement. Black Insomnia Coffee Beans—a.k.a. the coffee that boasts more than four times the caffeine as regular coffee—has made its way stateside.
The South African-based coffee company has been in a battle with the equally crazy-named Death Wish Coffee for the title of the World's Strongest Coffee. But, at 702 milligrams of caffeine per 12-ounce cup, Black Insomnia seems to have defeated Death Wish, which only boasts a mere 660 milligrams per cup. To put it in perspective, both brands exceed the Mayo Clinic recommendation of a daily caffeine intake of 400 milligrams, as well as the 150 milligrams your standard cup of office coffee has. Child's play.
If you're wondering what the World's Strongest Coffee can possibly taste like. Well, the brand boasts a blend of Ugandan, Guatemalan, and Brazilian coffee beans "roasted to just right to give you the smoothest, rich hazelnut flavor." Oh yeah, and it's served with a side crazy energy.
Would you ever try this coffee? Let us know in the comment section if you're daring enough!