Some people can’t wake up without a cup of coffee. And for a select few, a whole pot is sometimes necessary. If you just can’t get enough caffeine, you might want to head to those Cafe shops. Just one mug of those brews are the equivalent of 80 regular cups of coffee.

1 Caffeine-Free Coffee Shops

In fact, some of the health benefits are even stronger when the caffeine has been removed. … Myth 4 – Even decaf contains a significant amount of caffeine. Coffee decaffeinated with Swiss Water® Process is actually 99.9 percent caffeine-free – which is certainly not enough residual caffeine to keep you up at night.

2 Coffee shops Strongest Coffee

The second Strongest Coffee from Coffe shops you might find in “The Viscous Cafe ” in 27A Beach Rd, Christies Beach SA 5165, Australia. Just one mug of this brew is the equivalent of 80 regular cups of coffee. Each serving contains 5 grams of caffeine—with 18 grams fatal for a healthy adult, three cups from Viscous would put you dangerously close to death.

3 Charcoal Coffee

London cafe Bean & Wheat makes a charcoal latte made from grounded coconut shells. The caffeine-free drink, called Black Heart Latte, is made with only charcoal, milk, and vanilla.

4 Meringue Coffee

Meringue Coffee’ Is the Latest Weird Coffee Shop Trend. “Take Out” Drawing cafe in Seoul has begun serving its espressos topped with huge mountains of meringue. The meringue doesn’t melt, so customers can break off pieces and dip them into the coffee for a delicious egg white and sugar-infused cup o’ joe.

5 Wine Infused Coffee

Despite the fact that it’s infused with cold brew, Apothic Brew wine actually contains less caffeine than a cup of decaf coffee, according to Cosmopolitan. So, you might feel a little buzzed after drinking it, but it definitely won’t be a caffeine buzz.

6 Black Insomnia Coffee

With a whopping 58.5 milligrams of caffeine per fluid ounce, Black Insomnia is the world’s strongest coffee today. Sean Krista from Cape Town, the coffee capital of the world, created this deadly concoction. The International Food Information Council recommends a daily caffeine intake of 300 mg, while the FDA recommends 400 mg. But just one 12-ounce cup of Black Insomnia brew contains 702 mg of caffeine, which will not only keep you awake, it may even cause some health problems.

7 Espresso Tonics

Tonic has a new best friend. In fact, the bubbly quinine-laced beverage has been hanging out with coffee a bunch lately and together, they yield a cold, caffeinated and carbonated drink that’s growing in popularity.

Ice Espresso Tonic with orange
Ingredients (for 1 person):
  • 1 espresso (30ml)
  • A couple of ice cubes
  • 250 ml of tonic water
  • Half of an orange, for juicing
Preparation :
  1. Place the ice cubes into the cup, then pour in the espresso.
  2. Top the glass off with tonic water.
  3. Squeeze the orange juice on it.
  4. Add a slice of orange as decoration.

8 Colorless Coffee

CLEAR COFFEE is the first colorless coffee drink in the World. This refreshing beverage is made from high-quality Arabica coffee beans and pure water. It is produced by methods which have never been used before.

9 Deconstructed Coffee

The deconstructed coffee is an example of how not to make a good coffee. The drink is severed on a wooden platter with the three core elements of a coffee deconstructed in beakers: steamed milk, hot water, and espresso.

10 Avolatte

While the “avolatte” started as a joke by a barista in Melbourne, Australia, the irony seems to have been lost on the internet, instead of inspiring copycats to post their own versions of the concoction on Instagram, some in jest, others in earnest.

11 Burning Coal Coffee

In Indonesia, a new trend is emerging and it has gotten the attention of locals and travelers alike. What is it exactly? Burning coal coffee or coffee served with a chunk of hot, burning coal.

The coal-infused coffee is called Kopi Joss and was first created by a man called Mr. Man back in the 1960s after he suffered from a “troubled stomach.” The idea came to him as he was boiling water over some coal for his coffee. He decided to pop in some burning charcoal into his coffee and that’s when the concept of Kopi Joss was born.

12 Death Wish Coffee

Death Wish Coffee, a brew that claims to be the “world’s strongest coffee,” has announced a wide recall of its cold brew coffee cans.

According to the FDA, all 11-ounce nitro cold brew cans of Death Wish were processed in a way that “could lead to the growth and production of the deadly toxin, botulin.

13 Starbucks Espresso

Starbucks is the world’s largest and trendiest coffeehouse company. This coffeehouse is popular for its vast number of coffee varieties and large sizes. Starbucks’ espresso is quite strong with 50 milligrams of caffeine per fluid ounce.

14 Biggby Espresso

Originally known as Beaner’s, Biggby is a franchise based in Michigan and is one of America’s most rapidly growing coffee chains. Their two-fluid-ounce shot of espresso contains 50 milligrams of caffeine per shot. The coffees at Biggby do not contain sugar.

15  Peet’s Coffee Espresso

Based in San Francisco, Peet’s Coffee & Tea is quite famous for its gourmet coffee. They were one of the first to introduce dark-roasted arabica coffee, such as French roast. Their espresso contains 46.7 milligrams of caffeine per fluid ounce.

16 Chameleon Cold-Brew Coffee

Chameleon Cold-Brew Coffee is a highly-concentrated caffeine cold coffee drink with 270 milligrams of caffeine per serving. Their coffee drinks must be diluted with water as they have more caffeine content ounce-per-ounce than traditional hot-brewed coffee.

17 Gloria Jean’s Coffee

Another popular coffeehouse franchise, Gloria Jean’s beverages are espresso-based. A single shot of espresso at Gloria Jean’s contains 33 milligrams of caffeine per fluid ounce.

18 Shock Coffee Triple&Mocha Latte

Shock Coffee is a ready-to-drink iced coffee beverage with 237 milligrams of caffeine for an eight-fluid-ounce can. Their products are one of the best-tasting packaged drinks on the market. Their drinks are created and advertised as “energy blends.”

19 Nespresso Coffee Capsules

Nespresso coffee capsules are up to three times more expensive than your average loose ground coffee. Each pod contains 44.4 milligrams of caffeine per fluid ounce. There are 25 different “Grand Cru” arabica robusta capsules available, and two Limited Edition Grand Crus are released every year.

20 Nescafé Ice Java

Nescafé is an instant coffee brand by Nestlé. Their Ice Java is a syrup that requires the addition of milk. You can either make a nice cold beverage of your choice or use it as an ice cream topping.

A 470 milliliter of Nescafé Ice Java bottle contains 1,880 milligrams of caffeine. A cup of 0.85 fluid ounces contains 100 milligrams of caffeine, which makes it ounce-for-ounce the strongest coffee product on the market.

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