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Black Insomnia High Caffeine Coffee Beans – Classic Flavour, 453g I Whole Roasted Espresso Coffee Beans I Strongest Coffee in the World for Maximum Energy I 100% Robusta Coffee Beans I Low acid

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Your average off-the-shelf coffee contains—ding ding ding! You guessed it—an average amount of caffeine. There’s not much to say here—when you find yourself putting on a second pot of coffee, then a third, and still feeling like you might fall asleep at your desk, there’s a good chance you’re drinking average coffee. Some coffees available at the grocery store contain more caffeine than your average off-the-shelf coffee, but that might not mean much overall. In some of the worst cases of this, a specialty coffee may advertise a higher caffeine content per serving, then direct you to cram twice as many grounds into your filter. Or they might inflate the “serving size,” thereby making a single serving technically contain more caffeine, while you could get a similar jolt by just downing more coffee. Do you love indulging in a relaxing cup of high caffeine coffee after dinner, but find it hard to fall asleep? Or do you love the taste of melatonin, but find it hard to stay awake afterward? You're not alone.

When it comes to combining melatonin and caffeine, in the immortal words of Dexter Holland and his offspring: "You gotta keep 'em separated." But if you're insistent on screwing up your sleep schedule, here's what happens when you ingest melatonin and caffeine at the same time: What Happens When You Take Melatonin and Caffeine at the Same Time? The robusta bean and caffeine is not hidden by the other beans but rather complimented resulting in a well-balanced flavour – now that is true craftsmanship”, states Sean referring to Gerald’s expert coffee roasting abilities. “Gerald is cooking with flavours and has to repeat the exact blend with each batch so we have to test every lot for its caffeine content. We have an agreement that if the batch is below 16900mg of caffeine, then we won’t use it, but Gerald has never missed the mark.” If you want to drink coffee to finish some work or studying and take melatonin to sleep, make sure to space them out by at least a few hours. If you need to sleep after drinking coffee, here are 16 safe ways to help yourself doze off.The main reason why caffeine will always win in a battle against melatonin is that caffeine is a natural psychoactive substance, and melatonin is not. Caffeine is capable of boosting your energy, mood, and focus, while melatonin is just a boring hormone that your body boringly produces. Caffeine and melatonin have a minor interaction. Basically, the caffeine in the coffee will handily cancel out the effect of the melatonin, and you'll just end up wide awake, staring at the popcorn texture on the ceiling, 11 cents worth of sleeping aid poorer. Which is fine, really. I don't know what you're supposed to do with 11 cents. For that matter, caffeine also takes longer to leave your body than melatonin. The half-life of caffeine is about 5 hours, while the half-life of melatonin is only about 30 minutes. So if you're trying to sleep and you've got caffeine and melatonin coursing through your veins, the caffeine is going to win every time. Caffeine is a potent stimulant that keeps you awake and alert, and makes you feel energized and focused. Melatonin is a gentle hormone that makes you feel a little sleepy. There are coffee companies out there that specialize in strong coffee, which many people read as “highly caffeinated.” Strength is one of those words that means a lot of different things to a lot of different people, and most coffee companies are just fine with this—which explains why a lot of people out there understandably confuse tasting stronger as being stronger in terms of caffeine content.

To sum up: don't drink strong coffee at night and take melatonin expecting to be able to sleep, unless you're prepared to stay awake all night being productive instead. Or, you know, if you're a rat. Drinking a cup of coffee slowly lets your body take its time processing the caffeine. You’ll feel your energy level slowly ramping up—gently. When it comes to caffeine content, not all coffee is equal. And that includes K-Cups and Nespresso pods . In fact, some of the most popular K-Cup and coffee pod brands have surprisingly low levels of caffeine —so we're here to set the record straight, and help you avoid a disappointing cup of coffee. How much caffeine is there in different types of coffee? What kind has the least caffeine? More importantly, which kind contains the most caffeine? Read on (or, let’s be honest, skim on) to find the answer. Grocery Store Coffees: Around 50-100 milligrams of CaffeineCarefully selected and roasted blend of the highest quality Arabica and Robusta beans ensure bold flavor without tasting burnt or bitter.

Be wary out there if someone hands you a cup of coffee and says, “Be careful, it’s strong.” They may not be kidding.If you need a big, short term energy and productivity boost and aren’t worried about staying energized for a longer period—by all means, slam that coffee down. The placebo effect can be great at first, but it rarely lasts when it comes to drinking coffee day after day. “Strong” Coffee Companies: 300+ milligrams of Caffeine Keep your coffee game strong and try a cup of Joe at one of these other great Coffee Shops in Cape Town. And then, when you’ve had too much caffeine (if that’s even possible?!) swing past The Tea Bar on Long Street for a smoothing cuppa. While you there, you might also want to try a bit to eat at one of these Top Brunch Spots in Cape Town.

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