How Strong is Death Wish Coffee? The Explosive Question Goes Viral!
Death Wish Coffee, with its production facility in Round Lake, New York has become a legit Capital Region and Upstate NY success story over the last seven + years.
The brand is booming, they sell it in just about every store in the area, and across the nation. Death Wish is more than just a cool logo and clever marketing; their coffee is really good and really strong. In fact, they claim that Death Wish "coffee has double the caffeine of an average cup of coffee, but that it also does not taste bitter or acidic."
I don't know about you, but when I say that I start my day with a cup of coffee, I mean it in every sense of the word. Before I can do any of the 3 morning S's (s*it, shower, shave) I need it hot - the darkest roast imaginable, and the size of my head to really get the engine revving.
Once the engine is revved, so am I. If you're a coffee drinker, then surely you can relate to this question, posed by a fellow coffee drinker on Reddit - asking about the strength of Death Wish Coffee, wondering if their insides can handle the ride.
Not sure what - if anything - was solved as a result of this bottom-ended question, but judging by the number of comments, they'll be no shortage of Death Wish fans, new and old, willing to compile their own data!