"World's Strongest Coffee" now available in US

Extreme caffeine now available across the US

As reported by Newser, Black Insomnia has a reason to bill itself as "The World's Strongest Coffee".

So just one 6-ounce cup of Black Insomnia gets you nearly to the daily recommended maximum. The South African coffee claims to be the world's strongest, packing a whopping 700 milligrams of caffeine per 12-ounce serving, which makes it four times stronger than the average cup of coffee.

Could you (or someone you know) handle Black Insomnia Coffee? Just past year, Viscous Coffee in Adelaide, Australia, claimed it's "A** Kicker" coffee had half the lethal dose of caffeine with 50 times more than a regular cup of coffee.

But Black Insomnia, as it is called, is not for the faint of heart.

The company was launched in Cape Town, South Africa, in 2016 by Sean Kristafor, who had a vision of "rebooting" the coffee industry.

He says side effects of that much caffeine... But it all depends on how a person brews the beans, of course. "The most serious effect would be cardiac arrhythmia (irregular heartbeat)", she said. A single cup of the stuff Grub Street describes as "a bag of caffeine...under the guise of being coffee" contains 702 milligrams of caffeine, ; the daily limit recommended by the US Food and Drug Administration is 400 mg.

Death Wish said they were "not scared" about the competition from these "new kids on the block".

Both coffees are available for sale on Amazon, which could not be reached for comment. But for items like coffee beans, the FDA counts caffeine, not as a nutrient, but rather a natural chemical. An independent lab in Switzerland reportedly confirmed that Black Insomnia's beans are 6.3% stronger than the beans from Death Wish.

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