Has anyone died drinking Death wish Coffee (world’s strongest coffee)?

Has anyone died drinking Death wish Coffee (world’s strongest coffee)?

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  1. It’s really just a marketing gimmick where every product has a “extreme” badass version. I’ve got to hand it to them, they found a great way to stand out from the pack, and people are reviewing the coffee favorably! They just blend a lot of robusta beans to up the caffeine content and roast it lighter to maximize the caffeine, it’s not a special magical bean.

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  2. The LD50 for caffeine is ~175mg/kg body mass. Meaning that on average, a 200lb man would need to consume 35,000 mg of caffeine to die. Death Wish coffee apparently contains around 50mg/oz, so to die you’d need to drink 700oz. A typical “cup” of coffee is 20oz, so that’s 35 cups. Caffeine has a half life of 4–6 hours, so you’d need to be drinking fairly quickly to actually get enough caffeine built up to trigger death. Of course, some people might get there faster (the LD50 is just an average, after all). But given that Caffeine triggers a number of other uncomfortable effects in the body long before death, it would take a fairly significant investment in the process to actually die from drinking coffee.

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