Coffee brews are getting stronger –and coffee brands can you give enough (or more) of the recommended caffeine intake in just one cup.
Death Wish coffee
Most blends brewed from Arabica beans, Death Wish uses robusta beans that contain 200 percent more caffeine –and is billed as the world’s strongest cup of coffee available commercially.
Starbucks Venti Coffee
The leading coffee chain sells many high-caffeine beverages but its brewed coffee really packs a punch. Keep in mind that depending on brewing times and other factors, the amount of caffeine in a single cup can vary –but just one cup of this has more caffeine than what the FDA recommends.
Dunkin’ Donuts Large Coffee with Turbo Shot
A large cup just isn’t enough, Dunkin’ Donuts patrons can add a signature Turbo Shot to their brew. Turbo coffee is a medium-roasted ground coffee with slightly more caffeine than its original blend. Mix the two, and you’ll be good to go all day.
Shock Coffee Triple Latte
Each can of this pre-packaged coffee drink contains three shots of espresso but caffeine amounts can vary from pack to pack. For chocolate lovers, a mocha version is also available.
Biggby Red Eye (brewed coffee with espresso)
This drink will certainly help with those red eyes. Biggby Red Eye is espresso combined with normal drip coffee, and can really get your motor running. The growing Midwest franchise carries several heart-pumping varieties, so you don’t have to choose just one.
Peet’s Brewed Coffee
Peet’s has a reputation for making strong tasting coffee from its deep-roast process. But despite the taste, its medium roasts actually contain more caffeine. This medium-bodied blend is a top seller at this national coffee house chain.
Panera Frozen Mocha
Creamy sweet coffee drinks may not always be as caffeinated as their less-adorned counterparts, but don’t be fooled by Panera’s Frozen Mocha. This drink will definitely keep you awake.
Starbucks Grande Caffè Americano
Americanos are a mix of espresso blended with water, and Starbucks Grande size contains 3 full shots.