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How much caffeine actually is in coffee?

The short answer is that an average cup of brewed coffee contains around 95 mg of caffeine while for any espresso or espresso based drink it is 63 mg for a single shot and 125 mg for a double shot. To put that in context, health experts recommend that people shouldn’t exceed more than 400 – 600 mg of caffeine per day.


Does decaf coffee truly have no caffeine?

The truth is, decaf coffee does actually contain caffeine, however, it is much less than a regular cup of coffee. The decaffeinating process of coffee removes up to 97% of caffeine content. This leaves a small percentage of caffeine in decaf beans. According to USDA regulations and guidelines, decaf coffee should not exceed 0.10% of caffeine.


Does decaffeinated coffee still have caffeine in it?

So, although the name suggests that there is no caffeine, decaffeinated coffee still has some caffeine content. One cup of decaf coffee contains about 2 milligrams of caffeine. However, most people drink more than one cup of coffee in a day, so this amount of caffeine can still equal to around 10% of your regular intake.


What has more caffeine, drip coffee or espresso?

  • Beverage Size – are we comparing a cup at 4oz, 5oz, 12oz or 24oz?
  • Blends – many roaster create their own blends of various beans each with subtle difference in caffeine content
  • Bean Type – is the blend 100% arabica, robusta or both?
  • Grind – was the coffee prepared with a fine grind, ultra fine grind, coarse, etc? …


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