Published: Sat, May 06, 2017
Medical | By Sammy Miller

Company debuts new way to get your caffeine fix in the morning

Company debuts new way to get your caffeine fix in the morning

Getting your caffeine fix in the morning just got a little easier. Bagels rolled out the Espresso Buzz Bagel, an espresso-imbued bagel infused with 32 milligrams of caffeine and 13 milligrams of protein. That said, some people couldn't get enough, so you'll have to get your hands on an Espresso Buzz bagel (available now in stores all across the U.S.) to judge for yourself.

The bagel has 32mg of caffeine, and is naturally sourced from both espresso and coffee-cherry flour. It made its big debut on Thursday as part of the company's new "Boosted Bagel" flavor release.

Why? Because caffeinated bagels finally exist, and they're about to take breakfast to an entirely new level full of doughy, delicious coffee-bagel bliss.

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But some coffee lovers are saying not so fast, Einstein Bros. Mayo Clinic reports that a one-ounce espresso shot typically has anywhere from 47 milligrams to 64 milligrams of caffeine, while a typical eight-ounce cup of coffee has 95 milligrams to 165 milligrams of caffeine. But the Espresso Buzz Bagel is the real attention grabber because it has the wheat for speed. In recognition of National Nurses Week, Einstein Bros.

The bagel is the brainchild of Kerry Coyne, senior vice president and head of marketing and research and development at Einstein Bros.

Einstein Bros. Bagels is dropping two other boosted bagels as well.

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