Anyone who consumes excess amounts of coffee (a.k.a. pretty much every college student ever), knows that you eventually need more and more caffeine in order to feel that same productive, getting shit done-level coffee buzz. And while Starbucks has previously been our go-to cup of joe, this coffee brand that's claiming to be the world's strongest just may be what our coffee-addicted selves have been looking for.
Food & Wine reports that South African coffee brand Black Insomnia is now available in the United States for the first time - and if you're thinking it's just another bag of coffee beans, well, not quite. Black Insomnia claims that its coffee is the most caffeinated in the world - ringing in at 702 milligrams per 12 ounce cup. For comparison, the average 12 ounce cup of black coffee is somewhere around 105 milligrams. Yes, you read that right: this stuff is seven times the amount of caffeine you're probably drinking on the reg.
Black Insomnia definitely isn't for the faint of heart, though - especially when, as Mashable reports, the average recommended amount of caffeine per day for an adult is 400 milligrams. But if anyone can take on Black Insomnia, honestly, it's probably a college student. (But seriously, moderation is likely key here.)
Like pretty much everything else we buy (guilty), Black Insomnia is available on Amazon for $19.99 a bag in the event that you're planning any all-nighters in the near future.