What is the strongest coffee drink?

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asked May 3, 2022 in Other-Food Drink by Pleightno (890 points)
What is the strongest coffee drink?

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answered May 6, 2022 by Blaesing (3,900 points)
The strongest coffee drink is death wish coffee.

Another strongest coffee drink is ristretto.

The most concentrated coffee type is a ristretto – this contains relatively the highest level of caffeine.

However, a lungo is larger and thus contains more caffeine than a ristretto.

Based on concentration levels of caffeine, these would be the strongest coffee types: RISTRETTO.

Death Wish Coffee is not dangerous when consumed in moderation but when consumed in excess it could be harmful to your health.

Death Wish Coffee was created by Mike Brown.

Mike Brown, the founder and owner of Death Wish Coffee, a blend with twice the amount of caffeine of most coffees, won a contest for small business owners who wanted to advertise during the Super Bowl.

Death Wish Coffee is a coffee brand based in the United States.

Their coffee is primarily sold online, but can also be found in grocery stores across the United States.

Death Wish Coffee was introduced in 2012.

The company bills its coffee as the “world's strongest,” and credits the blend of beans and the roasting process it uses for the coffee's caffeine content, which is 59 milligrams per fluid ounce.

A typical cup of coffee has 12 to 16 milligrams of caffeine per fluid ounce.

Using a unique roasting technique of time and temperature variation, Death Wish is slowly roasted to a dark roast.

This makes for a low-acidity blend that's double the strength as your average Coffee.

Death Wish Coffee, while intensely caffeinated, is also surprisingly delicious.

It's dark, smooth, and not bitter.

You may find it dangerously drinkable! Even better, these beans are certified Fair Trade and organic.

Death Wish Coffee can be ground to an espresso grind and used in an espresso machine.

This brings out many wonderful dark cherry, mocha, and almond flavors that you may not taste when brewing with conventional methods.

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