A large fraction of the world drinks coffee to wake up in the morning. Brushing your teeth is also a morning ritual. Why not combine the two activities?
Power Toothpaste lays claim as the first caffeinated toothpaste. “Get a rush while you brush!” is their slogan.
One tube of Power Toothpaste contains the equivalent of 90 cups of coffee.
Here are some more important details about Power Toothpaste.
- Power Toothpaste is made in entirely in America, in FDA and CGMP-compliant facilities.
- Power eliminates morning grogginess. Power kicks into gear immediately, blasting away morning fog in a manner of minutes.
- Power doesn’t deliver a megablast of caffeine, but provides a subtle buzz, increasing focus and alertness, all without a crash.
- Regular coffee drinkers who use our toothpaste still enjoy their morning cup of coffee – the difference is they feel great as they are getting ready and don’t find themselves staring anxiously at a coffee machine, waiting for it to slowly finish brewing.
- Power beats plaque and tartar buildup the same as the leading brands. Not to mention that Power whitens your teeth, compared to coffee which stains and darkens.
Go Cubes: Chewable Coffee
Nootrobox recently launched this product. Go Cubes combine the jolt of coffee with the relaxing properties of green tea.
One serving delivers 100 mg of caffeine. Nootrobox states:
But it’s more than just coffee. Through Nootrobox’s R&D, we’ve reduced the jitteriness of caffeine and added nootropics for a well-rounded, steady and focused feel.
Which Go Cube ingredients purportedly take the edge off of caffeine? Nootrobox elaborates that each serving also contains:
- 200 mg L-theanine
- 20 mg Vitamin B3
- 2 mg Vitamin B6
- 6 mpg Vitamin B12
- 250 mg Glucurono-lactone
- 250 mg Inositol
- 400 mcg Folic Acid
We normally think of instant coffee as a last resort. Sudden Coffee defies this expectation with their high-end instant coffee.
Here’s what Chris Messina has to say about Sudden Coffee:
The New York Times calls it Instant Coffee You’ll Actually Want to Drink and I’d have to agree. As a coffee snob, Kalle knows his shit — he’s literally the 9th best coffee taster and 9th best barista in the world.
I’ve been taking Sudden with me on trips and love it — it saves me from overroasted, charcoal-like coffee found at megabrands around the world, packs light, and most importantly, tastes great.
Neurogum launched in 2015 after a successful IndieGoGo campaign that generated over 20,000 dollars.
NeuroGum is similar to Nootrobox’s Chewable Coffee. It contains:
- 40 mg Caffeine
- 60 mg L-theanine
- 30% DV Vitamin B6
- 100% DV Vitamin B12
One of the NeuroGum founder’s describes their thought process that led to the development of NeuroGum on /r/nootropics:
Nearly two years ago, my brother (best friend) and I began working on NeuroGum, the first sugar-free caffeine + L-theanine nootropic gum. We saw all these other companies charging exorbitant amounts of money simply encapsulating caffeine and L-theanine, and we began brainstorming ways of creating an alternative that was delicious, affordable, and also portable. Beyond that, we wanted a way of making nootropics more accessible to the average consumer.
So we borrowed some money and began experimenting by putting caffeine and L-theanine into a gum base. Of course, that first iteration tasted terrible and it crumbled apart. After a few unsuccessful attempts, we finally began working with a certified gum chemist, and over a dozen iterations later, we finally found a way of cold compressing caffeine, l-theanine, vitamin B6, and vitamin B12.
Death Wish Coffee
Death Wish Coffee markets itself as the “world’s strongest coffee.”
Here’s the founder’s pitch:
Death Wish Coffee is the strongest, highest-caffeine coffee available, with a resulting buzz that blows other coffees out of the water.
And because we’ve taken the time to source fair-trade, USDA-certified organic coffee beans and refine our roasting techniques, we’ve created a high-caffeine coffee with low acidity that tastes good, too. Enjoy the smoothest, most robust flavors that are fresh and bold while you sip a beverage powerful enough to wake up Odin himself from his centuries-long nap.
Downsides? It’s on the pricier end of the spectrum. A one-pound bag sells for $19.99. It’s also unclear how much more caffeine DeathWish coffee contains compared with convention coffee.