Does anyone know of studies on different types of effects of caffeine from different coffees?
I've noticed that different coffees give different type of "buzz". When I make myself an espresso from Tarraz˙ coffee from Costa Rica, it feels different than when I make myself some coffee from Ethiopia.
Does anyone have like a study of such types of caffeine? Do you know of anything like this?
They are all the same type of caffeine. It's a chemical, it's all the same. That being said, different beans and different roasts have a different amount of caffeine. And I have no clue if there is theobromine or theophylline in coffee like there is also in chocolate and tea.
Read this.. hope it helps ;) Click Here (www.businessinsider.com) Thrillist.com conducted a survey and you can see its inforgraphic on the link. It shows various levels of caffine in coffee of various chains.
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