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Do you need the world's strongest coffee?

Because here it is. It’s three times the strength of normal coffee and called ‘Death Wish’.

SO THERE YOU are at your desk in the morning, and it feels like this:

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So you have the strongest cup of coffee you can make. But working is still a bit like this:

Your coffee clearly isn’t working. Step forward, Death Wish Coffee:

deathwishcoffee.com

It’s billed as “the world’s strongest coffee”, with 200 per cent more caffeine than the cup of joe in your average coffee shop.

The extra caffeine comes from the selection of the right beans, according to the Death Wish website – which says strong-tasting coffee isn’t always actually the most caffeinated:

Darker roast coffee beans have less caffeine than lighter roasted coffee beans. (The longer and darker you roast the coffee bean the more caffeine gets pulled/cooked out) Therefore, by roasting an Arabica coffee bean to a dark roast you have a coffee that is strong in flavor but not very strong in caffeine content.

The website includes testimonials including:

Thank you for making me shake so much that I can barely type this. I FEEL ALIVE!!! I should go run. Or build a house. PUSH-UPS! No. This fridge needs to be moved. I’m gonna find the biggest guy on the camp and fight him!!!

and

oh baby jesus the motor gets in over drive

So you can say goodbye to this:

And you’ll just be at your desk like this:

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Enjoy!

They ship to every country in the world “except Brazil”, for some reason.

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