How much Caffeine is in Caffeinated Violence.

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How much Caffeine is in Caffeinated Violence.

How much Caffeine is in Caffeinated Violence. 

We have been asked on numerous occasions “what’s the caffeine content of the Caffeinated Violence

It's not a simple question to answer as there are several factors that will determine the final amount. So, here’s the quick answer that we have come up with using one set of variables.

Using a V60 coffee dripper and 12g of ground coffee and 12 fluid ounces of water (the standard size of our takeaway cups) you get approximately 397mg of caffeine, according to Caffeine Informer that’s ‘EXTREME’   

Caffeine Content of Caffeinated Violence by Tactical Coffee.

What is Caffeine?

Caffeine is a naturally occurring compound found in plant species predominantly growing in the Tropic or Sub-Tropic regions of the world. Plants use caffeine as a natural pesticide since it is toxic to insects and other pests.

However, caffeine in small quantities has therapeutic benefits in some mammals. Early human civilizations discovered that consuming plants containing caffeine offered stimulating effects and these plants even were considered sacred in some cases.

Caffeine Facts.

Caffeine is the most widely used substance on the planet and it is also one of the most researched in regard to how it affects the human body.

Caffeine also increases stamina during exercise. Caffeine relieves post-workout muscle pain by up to 48%.

People who consume caffeine have a lower risk of suicide according to a report published with the National Library of Medicine.

Caffeine improves reaction time and logical reasoning during times when sleep isn’t possible or restricted.

Robusta coffee beans have on average 83% more caffeine than arabica beans, so making coffee with these beans will produce a cup of coffee with 83% more caffeine.

According to Coffee a Robusta Bean is 2.2% caffeine, while an arabica bean is 1.2% caffeine.

Robusta is harder to grow because it needs more rainfall and warmer temperatures, thus limiting where it can grow.

1 comment

  • Jo Carter

    Interesting article. Not the most caffeinated coffee available but that being said caffeine tastes bitter so the more caffeine the more bitter the coffee tastes. Caffeinated Violence doesn’t taste bitter at all, its a nice smooth coffee so well done guys.

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