The 10 Strongest Coffee Products In The World

10. Shock Coffee Triple Latte – 28.9 mg/fl. oz

Shock Coffee Triple Latte is a ready-to-drink (RTD) iced coffee drink. It is one of the most highly caffeinated iced coffee drinks available, with 231mg of caffeine per 8 fl. oz. can. It has a reputation of being one of “the best tasting pre-packaged coffee drinks on the market”. The drinks come in Triple Mocha and Triple Latte, and are advertised as “energy blends.”
10. Shock Coffee Triple Latte – 28.9 mg/fl. oz

9. Gloria Jean’s Coffee – 33 mg/fl. oz

Gloria Jean’s Coffee is a franchised coffeehouse with over 1,000 shops across 39 markets worldwide, including 460 in Australia alone. The company was bought in 2014 by the Retail Food Group for $163.5 million. Gloria Jean’s Coffees was founded by Gloria Jean Kvetko in 1979, in Chicago.
9. Gloria Jean’s Coffee – 33 mg/fl. oz

8. Nespresso Coffee Capsules – 44.4mg/fl. oz

Nespresso is the brand name of Nestl̩ Nespresso S.A. of the Nestl̩ Group Рa Swiss multinational food and beverage company in the world. Measuring by revenue, Nestl̩ is the largest food company in the world. Nespresso sells its systems worldwide, as well as the VertuoLine of machines in North America. Their machines work with their coffee capsules, which are little pods of pre-apportioned, single-use shots of ground coffee and flavorings.
8. Nespresso Coffee Capsules – 44.4mg/fl. oz

7. Peet’s Coffee Espresso – 46.7mg/fl. oz

Peet’s Coffee & Tea is a specialty coffee roaster and retailer based in the San Francisco Bay area. The company was founded in Berkeley, California in 1966 by Alfred Peet. The company is famous for its early introduction of darker roasted arabica coffees, such as French roast. The company is a household name, has over 3,800 employees and had a gross net revenue of $284.8 million in 2008.
7. Peet’s Coffee Espresso – 46.7mg/fl. oz

6. Starbucks Espresso – 50mg/fl. oz

Starbucks is the largest coffeehouse company in the world, ahead of UK rival Costa Coffee with 21,536 stores in 64 countries and territories. There are over 12,000 Starbucks in the US alone. The global chain started in Seattle in 1971 as a coffee bean roaster and retailer, before expanding rapidly. They are known for their variety of drinks, and for their big sizes, such as the 20 ounce Venti, and the 30 ounce Trenti.
6. Starbucks Espresso – 50mg/fl. oz

5. Biggby Espresso – 50mg/fl. oz

Biggby Coffee is a privately-owned coffee franchise based in East Lansing, Michigan. It was founded in 1995 as Beaner’s by Bob Fish and Mary Roszel. The founders were originally unaware that the name of their store was an ethnic slur for Hispanics, so they changed the company name in 2007 to end the controversy.
5. Biggby Espresso – 50mg/fl. oz

4. Death Wish Coffee – 55mg/fl. oz

Death Wish Coffee is a popular coffee brand that bills itself as “the strongest coffee in the world.” In a 12-ounce cup of joe, there is an average of 660mg of caffeine, or over 200% more caffeine than regular coffee drinks. Death Wish uses robusta beans, rather than the more common arabica, for dark-roasted brews.
4. Death Wish Coffee – 55mg/fl. oz

3. Chameleon Cold-Brew Coffee – 67.5mg/fl. oz

Chameleon Cold-Brew Coffee is a pre-packaged cold coffee drink sold in 32 fl. oz bottles, which contain a whopping 2160 mg of caffeine. The contents are extremely concentrated, and they’ve been cold-brewed for 16 hours prior to bottling. The nutrition label suggests consuming the bottle in eight, 40oz servings, delivering 270mg of caffeine per serving.
3. Chameleon Cold-Brew Coffee – 67.5mg/fl. oz

2. Stok Black Coffee Shots – 90.9 mg/fl. oz

Stok Black Coffee Shots are a non-dairy, creamer type shot that comes from WhiteWave Foods. WhiteWave Foods is a consumer packaged food and beverage company that manufactures, sells, and distributes plant-based food and beverages. In 2014, the company acquired Earthbound Farms, America’s largest grower of organic produce, for $600 million.
2. Stok Black Coffee Shots – 90.9 mg/fl. oz

1. Nescaf̩ Ice Java Р117.6 mg/fl. oz

Nescafé is a brand of instant coffee made by Nestlé, who first introduced their flagship powdered coffee brand in Switzerland on April 1, 1938. The company began developing an instant coffee brand in 1930, at the initiative of the Brazilian government, to help preserve the huge surplus of the annual Brazilian coffee harvest. In 1965, Nestlé introduced a freeze-dried coffee brand called “Nescafé Gold” in Europe.
1. Nescaf̩ Ice Java Р117.6 mg/fl. oz