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Highest Caffeine Coffee

Coffee is one of the most favorite drinks in the world, especially among teenagers and adults. A typical cup of coffee has a caffeine level of 95mg, but the average adult body can tolerate caffeine levels of up to 400mg per day. The level of endurance is of course different for each person, yes, guys, because it really depends on age, body weight, and many other factors. Talking about coffee, it turns out that there are a number of companies that produce coffee with caffeine levels that exceed normal limits, such as the following coffee series: Oh yes, the caffeine content in all of these coffees is measured per glass, guys (12 oz or 355 ml). 1. Banned Coffee - 474mg / 355ml Banned Coffee is an American coffee brand consisting of a blend of arabica and robusta coffee beans. Banned Coffee beans are imported directly from Costa Rica, Brazil, Ethiopia, even from Sumatra! The company even claims that Banned Coffee is "the strongest, tastiest coffee in the world". Interestingly, t
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How To Separate Arabica And Robusta Beans

 The following is an article that discusses how to distinguish the types of Arabica and Robusta coffee , which have been summarized from trusted sources. 1. Location of planting Arabica coffee plants grow in areas with an altitude of 700-1700 masl. This area is considered a plateau with cool temperatures between 16-20 degrees Celsius. If the type of Arabica coffee is grown in plains less than 700 meters above sea level, the plant will be more susceptible to leaf rust disease or Hemileia Vastatrix (HV). This causes plants not to grow optimally. Meanwhile, the Robusta coffee plant can grow in lowlands, which is below 700 meters above sea level. Although there are a lot of coffee beans produced, the Robusta coffee plant is more susceptible to insect attack. This type of robusta coffee bears fruit in warmer temperatures. 2. Shape of seeds The shape of the arabica and robusta coffee beans is also different. Arabica coffee has a slightly elongated and slightly flattened bean shape. Arabica b

The Suicidal Indian Coffee King

The king of coffee in India forgot to drink coffee, was stressed until he committed suicide. On this occasion we will provide several articles relating to the discussion of the King of Indian Coffee Committing suicide. In the following, we will provide several reviews and discussions regarding the Suicide King of Indian Coffee Previously, the police were looking for V. G. Siddhartha, founder of India's largest coffee retailer Cafe Coffee Day, after missing since Monday night. He was last seen Monday night at the bridge of the coastal city of Mangaluru in southern India. Fishermen found his body floating by the beach on Wednesday morning, according to a New York Times report, July 31, 2019. Police are still investigating the cause of his death, according to senior police official Hanumantharaya. Siddhartha, whose family has been in the coffee business for 130 years, became one of the world's largest traders after opening Cafe Coffee Day in 1996, earning him the nickname "Th

Fancy Coffee Beans

The following is an article that discusses a list of the most expensive coffee beans in the world, which has been summarized from trusted sources. The trend of drinking coffee in coffee shops is increasing only. Consumers do not hesitate to pay for a cup of coffee for tens, even hundreds of thousands. Behind this price, maybe there is the price of coffee beans that are already expensive from the point of origin. The high price of coffee beans is judged by the taste factor and the complicated processing process, for example, the pride of Indonesian civet coffee beans. However, are civet coffee beans the most expensive in the world? After Kania found out, it turned out that there were still many coffee beans that were even more expensive. What are you curious about? Come on, take a peek at the world's most expensive coffee beans! Ospina Coffee Beans Ospina Coffee Beans were first discovered in the highlands of Colombia in 1835. They are usually at an altitude of 7,700 to 7,900 feet.

Papua’s Traditional Koteka Coffee

Koteka is one of the leaves that can be used by people in Papua to enlarge their genitals. On this occasion we will provide several articles related to a discussion about the Enjoyment of Papuan Koteka Coffee. Typical Papuan Koteka Coffee The names Kopi and Koteka are familiar to our ears. One is a drink, the other is clothes to cover the male genitalia of indigenous Papuans. If the two of them were together and served in a cup of coffee, what would that taste like? At Alenia Papua Coffee and Kitchen Kemang, South Jakarta, I tasted a cup of V60 Arabica Papua, on Thursday, May 3 2018. Just as it rained, the cold hugged immediately made the coffee warm until the cup was sweating as if asking to be drunk immediately. I removed the dripper before sipping the strong coffee. But first, the coffee grounds in my dripper are closer to my smell. Hmmm, the thick sour aroma sticks to the bridge of the nose. Coffee celebrities will call this coffee having a high acidity or acidity level. Indeed, th