Black Insomnia may be the world's strongest coffee

Black Insomnia may be the world's strongest coffee

Black Insomnia may be the world's strongest coffee

Previously, "Death Wish Coffee" held the title as the most potent with around 660 mg in a 12 oz cup. Mary Sweeney Black Insomnia founder Sean Kristafor is aware of the limits and issued warnings on the coffee's labels.

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As a coffee aficionado, Kristafor created the company after retiring from a corporate job.

If your morning cup of Pike Place Roast isn't getting the job done, Black Insomnia coffee could be your key to an energized day.

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Retailing at $19 a pound, the company's online business sold three tons more than the other local shops in August, he said. And by March, they were listed on Amazon in the US. Now Black Insomnia is selling 5 to 6 tons of coffee each month. The unsafe brew, made from robusta beans, is nearly three times stronger than Starbucks' dark roast and more than six times stronger than McDonald's coffee. But it all depends on how a person brews the beans, of course. Launched a year ago, the South Africa-based coffee has 702 milligrams of caffeine per 12-ounce cup, surpassing the previous caffeine record of Death Wish's 660 milligram brew. Further, he notes that while developing his coffee, "any blend that resulted in a higher caffeine content than 702mg [per 12 ounces] adversely affected the flavor and thus was rejected". Researchers with the Mayo Clinic say the coffee may not be safe.

Caffeine makes your heart skip.

Too much caffeine can lead to muscle tremors, headaches, insomnia, irritability, and rapid heartbeat. On its website, Black Insomnia touts its caffeine level as "dangerous".

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