Washington area coffee lovers have something to rejoice about: the world's strongest coffee is now available in the United States via the Internet.
The FDA recommends no more than 400 mg of caffeine per day, about what you'd find in four 6-ounce cups of coffee. Just past year, Viscous Coffee in Adelaide, Australia, claimed it's "A** Kicker" coffee had half the lethal dose of caffeine with 50 times more than a regular cup of coffee. "No, how we measure the strength of our coffee is simply by the caffeine content - dangerously high levels of caffeine." the Black Insomnia website reads. To prove their "world's strongest" title, Kristafor had his beans tested chemically against competitors.
Cape Town, South Africa-based Black Insomnia proudly acknowledges its product is in no way part of a healthy, balanced lifestyle.
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Black Insomnia, which sells for $19 per pound, began selling three tons of coffee more than other local shops in the area with just their online business.
Caffeine makes your heart skip. "The most serious effect would be cardiac arrhythmia (irregular heartbeat)", she said.
"So here's the thing, don't come crying to us if you can't handle the kick", the company said. The same size for Death Wish Coffee contains 330 mg.
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Both coffees are available for sale on Amazon, which could not be reached for comment. This week, the company made its global debut by expanding distribution of its heavily caffeinated product through Amazon.
"Caffeine overdose is unsafe and can kill you".
Kristafor defended his coffee, saying, "We are very aware of the limits and there are clear warnings on the labels".
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