The Washington Times - March 21, 2013, 11:43AM

For those who can’t stay awake as the politicians drone on and on, it’s “Death Wish Coffee,” which contains 780 mg of caffeine - about three times as much as the typical brew.

It’s organic, features Robusta coffee beans exclusively roasted very dark - and ground very fine, the maker says. The beans are priced at a rather intense $20 a pound.


“You will not find this coffee at your local diner or at your sissy Starbucks,” the New York-based company says, calling it “the world’s strongest coffee,” and offering the warning, “Try at your own risk.”

Fans say the brew is better than energy drinks. “This coffee is misnamed: instead of ‘Death Wish’ it should be called ‘Resurrection.’ It’s brought my life back to life,” wrote one avid convert.

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