Thursday morning, Good Morning America (GMA) reviewed a coffee called, Death Wish which has two times the caffeine of regular coffee; the GMA crew drank a cup of the coffee and they claimed that it kept them moving throughout the morning. The crew was certainly speaking faster than normal an hour or so after drinking one cup on the show.
Death Wish coffee is being branded as “the world’s strongest coffee” and it is sold by the bag at $20 per pound on the coffee makers website and at their New York City store. They do not yet sell a cup of the coffee in the store.
A normal cup of coffee has approximately 320 milligrams of caffeine, and “Death Wish” has about 660 mg. See the video below for the background story on Death Wish coffee.
According to the Death Wish Facebook page:
Death Wish Coffee is the most highly caffeinated premium dark roast organic coffee in the world. This is Extreme Coffee, not for the weak. Consider yourself Warned.
One Facebook fan, Diedrick Nagle had this to say about Death Wish coffee:
I'd say one cup of this is comparable to about 5 shots of espresso … but with an outstanding taste, no cream, sugar, or anything of the like necessary. I felt like superman on steroids. Welp, off to save the world folks!
Death Wish states that they will buy the coffee back if you find a coffee product that is stronger than their coffee.
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