Good source of info for all you caffeine fiends: look no further than here
. The Energyfiend
website has full specs and risk levels of 548 different caffeinated beverages and drink additives.
FWIW, when I feel the rare need for a "chemical assist," this is my drug of choice:
40mg per 8 oz. vs the 100-110mg a cup of freshly brewed coffee averages. If you haven't become too desensitized to the effects of caffeine due to excess consumption, you'll find this mild beverage provides plenty of 'lift.' And if you are desensitized, bite the bullet and put yourself through a self-detoxing regimen
first, then give Morning Thunder a try. Works the charm once you do. And you'll probably live longer because of it.
Note: Just for the record, I'm a totally unrepentant coffee lover. And I do try to drink decaf even if it does
IMO taste inferior to "regular bean" no matter what they try to tell you.(Blindfold tests have confirmed regular coffee drinkers can
taste the difference - and overwhelmingly prefer the unprocessed grind.) However, when push come to shove, high-test
is just fine by me. "Any port in a storm" as the saying goes.
Or as TooMuchCoffeeMan
so aptly puts it:Wrigley Making Caffeinated Gum - New Alert Energy Caffeine Gum