Starbucks Will Start Selling Keurig Coffee Pods With Double The Caffeine


Sometimes, a regular cup of coffee doesn’t quite cut it. You stayed up too late, woke up too early, or you’re just wiped because it’s still January and 2020 feels like it’s already lasted 20 years. We’re all exhausted, all the time, and could certainly use a potent new pick-me-up. So it’s a good thing, then, that Starbucks will start selling extra-caffeinated coffee.

It’s true: Come February, you’ll be able to pick up some seriously supercharged Starbucks. Available in K-Cup format—that’s Starbucks lingo for the little coffee pods that Keurig machines use—the brew will allegedly have double the caffeine as a standard Starbucks black coffee K-Cup.

And that’s not the only supercharged Starbucks offering on the horizon. In other news, the company is also releasing cold brew concentrate. Now, you won’t want to drink this stuff straight; that’s all the bite of a cup of cold brew condensed into one bitter beverage. Rather, mix it with ice water, and you’ll find yourself with a ready-made cup of cold brew. The concentrate will be available in two flavors: Signature Black and Caramel Dolce.

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