The Strongest Coffee in the World Is Now Available in America

Cheryl Sanders
March 30, 2017

Food and Wine reports Black Insomnia Coffee is now available for purchase in the United States, offering Americans the opportunity to enjoy the world's most caffeinated coffee.

Go ahead and tell your boss you're going to be in early, because the "strongest coffee in the world" has got you covered.

They boast that the coffee has "dangerously high levels of caffeine".

The "coffee" (perhaps we should just call it a bag of caffeine) is available on Amazon, so you can get your jitters anytime you want! The company sent bags of its coffee, along with bags from samples of rivals' coffee - also claiming to be superior in strength - to be tested by a lab.

Black Insomnia Coffee debuted last July in South Africa and packs a walloping 702 milligrams of caffeine in a 12-ounce cup. This is not to say that coffee, either chemically enhanced or natural, couldn't be stronger but rather that it shouldn't. One 12-ounce cup claims to have three times as much caffeine as a regular cup of Starbucks joe, which may be the answer to kicking our 3-a-day grande latte habit to the curb.

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