Coffee addicts who really need that caffeine kick in the morning now have a powerful new option called Death Wish Coffee, which bills itself as the world's strongest coffee with twice as much caffeine as in an average cup. A 12-ounce cup of Death Wish contains 520 milligrams of caffeine, compared to 260 milligrams in the same size cup of Starbucks coffee. The man behind Death Wish, Mike Brown, owns a coffee shop in upstate New York, and tells Yahoo! Shine he created it in response to customers asking for the strongest cup he had. He explains, "I did some research and I blended the strongest beans in the world from Indonesia, Ethiopia, and South America." That much caffeine isn't healthy for everyone, however, as recent reports about ill effects from high-caffeine energy drinks have shown. Brown acknowledges this, telling Shine, "The entire back label of the bag of coffee is a warning label. If you have medical issues like heart problems you shouldn't drink this stuff." A one-pound bag of Death Wish can be bought on its website or on Amazon.com for $19.99.
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