Special Announcements June 17 2017, 0 Comments
When it comes to the most expensive coffee, Starbucks is taking the race to a new level. The competition is fierce and the price is high, very high. The Most Expensive Starbucks Drink Ever Recorded is $148.99 !!
As reported by SouthFloridaReporter.com, our former 5th place record holder, William E. Lewis Jr. of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, took another stab at breaking the record with his 173 shot flat white.
He even found a huge coffee cup to make his drink look rather fancy compared to the former contenders who used coolers, vases, and milk jugs.
A Venti Starbucks Flat White has 195 mg of caffeine (3 ristretto shots) and 170 extra ristretto shots would have at least 11,050 mg for a combined 11,245 mg of caffeine in total! That’s over 11 grams! See our blog on Extremely Caffeinated Coffees that are dangerous...https://nevillescoffee.com/blogs/news/extremely-high-caffenated-coffees-can-be-dangerous
When you buy coffee online beware, there is a new trend when it comes to caffeine and the extreme amounts found in some coffees. These extremely high caffeinated coffees shout in their brand proudly that they are over the top in caffeine. Their Brand Names tell the story just as well as their caffeine callouts on their packaging. Names like:
Just about all of these brands will deliver more caffeine in one serving than is recommended by Caffeine Informer and the leading health organizations as a daily safe dose. For the average adult, this is 400 mg. This is based on body weight so use our caffeine calculator to determine your safe daily dose.
Nevilles Artisan Coffee has 142 mg of caffeine per 12 ounce cup, well below the safe limits so you can have that second delicious cup, even a third.
Anyone else who consumes these ultra-caffeinated coffees could experience overdose symptoms and even severe reactions if they exceed more than one serving. So play it safe and keep in mind what your caffeine daily intake is, especially when drinking an extremely high caffeinated brand of coffee! For more information please visit:
Our coffee comes from Coffea arabica trees. The average coffee tree will produce about 1 pound of beans a year. The US drinks more coffee than any other nation, and only has two tropical regions that can grow coffee trees, Hawaii and Puerto Rico. So we import our coffee to the tune of 3.3 billion pounds a year. That means it takes 3.3 billion trees yielding 1 pound of beans a year just to cover our US coffee habit.
A Coffee Tree will yield a fruit called cherries, which when ripe resemble cranberries in shape and color. They are washed and dried and the outer flesh is removed revealing two beans per cherry. Those beans are then roasted to perfection using our proprietary recipe. We do our roasting right here in the USA.
The Most important thing is that we deliver to you USDA Organic coffee beans that are the highest quality. Additionally, we have solved the problem of the bitter after-taste in our proprietary processing. With absolutely no bitter after-taste you can really enjoy our top quality "best darn cup of coffee"!