The 'World's Strongest Coffee' is Now Available in the States

The 'World's Strongest Coffee' is Now Available in the States

The 'World's Strongest Coffee' is Now Available in the States

Sean Kristafor, founder of Black Insomnia - the coffee's name - said, "If you want to stand out, you need to be the "est" - the biggest, smartest, strongest, or cheapest".

"Black Insomnia Coffee" has 702 mg of caffeine inside a 12 oz cup.

Introduced previous year in South Africa, the coffee contains 702 milligrams of caffeine per 12-ounce cup.

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The caffeine in Black Insomnia will be tempting for coffee lovers to try, but too much intake of it could be extremely unsafe for consumers.

"It is not the roast, we haven't burned our beans or made a really dark coffee". This all depends on how you brew the coffee, of course. Caffeine may have its benefits when taken in small doses but too much can also be unsafe as this can lead to a range of symptoms such as headaches, insomnia, muscle tremors, irritability and rapid heartbeat.

The amount of caffeine present in Black Insomnia is far higher than the daily limit of 400 grams that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration recommends.

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Researchers say that a cup of coffee may cause heart palpitations. "However, the problem with these products is that they can inadvertently be consumed by people who are not in the targeted category". Caiden Tuller, who works at customer service at the New York-based company, said, "We're the leader in the strong coffee category and are not letting up anytime soon". You can be the judge (kind of): The company announced its beans went on sale in the United States via Amazon last Friday, but it's now listed as unavailable. Death Wish has 660 mg.

If you're into waking up with tremors and not interested in sleeping ever again, the coffee is available on Amazon and BlackInsomnia.com in 16-ounce bags.

The Black Insomnia coffee became the "World's Strongest Coffee", according to its maker, when they went way beyond the caffeine levels that were set by the world's "now second strongest coffee". An independent reference site known as the Caffeine Informer, has also backed-up Black Insomnia's claim.

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