Dark Roasts have less caffeine than light roasts.
There you have it: Coffee Non-Fact Debunked.
There is a common belief among people that the darker the roast, the more intense the coffee, and therefore; the more caffeine that is in it.
The longer a coffee is roasted, therefore the darker it gets, the less caffeine that is actually left in the coffee. Most of the caffeine is essentially cooked out of the coffee in the process of roasting.
Along with this, it is important to note that chocolate-covered espresso beans actually would have less caffeine content than simply chocolate-covered coffee beans.
Stop ordering the light roast because you ‘want less caffeine’. That’s a terrible move.
Heed this advice.
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