Caffeine &

Coffee

The active ingredient in coffee is caffeine. Caffeine can be found in tea and coffee and is a stimulant of the central nervous system. It takes about 45 minutes for caffeine to absorb into the bloodstream after initial consumption. Once absorbed, your body will be impacted with the sense of alertness and energy.

Most Americans drink on average more than 200 milligrams of caffeine every day. That’s two cups of coffee or six cans of soda. Americans get their daily intake of caffeine from coffee but make sure to consult with your doctor to find out what caffeine levels are healthy for you.

Teasia coffee beans have different levels of caffeine which may be dependent on different brewing techniques, amount of coffee beans brewed will all effect your morning cup of joe. See below for general ranges of caffeine brew techniques:

Brewing Techniques Range Average
Drip or Filter 115-175 mg 145 mg
French Press or Plunger 80-135 mg 107.5 mg
Percolated or Brewed in Coffee Maker 64-272 mg 200 mg
Boiled or Cowboy Coffee 160-240 mg 200 mg