August 12, 2008

STOK Coffee Shots - Add Caffeine to Your Single Serve Coffee

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With a typical cup of single serve coffee only providing you a modest 90-150 mg boost of caffeine in the morning, it's no wonder STOK has invented the black coffee shot. Pronounced "STOKE", these coffee shots add another 40 Mg of caffeine per serving, which is equivalent to a shot of espresso. It comes in a creamer-like container for portion control, and they recommend a limit of 2 servings per day. They are also not for use by children under age 18, pregnant women or the caffeine-sensitive.

Apparently these are available at several of our local grocers, and we'll see if we can drum a few up. They also have "SWEET" shot besides the black coffee shot (pictured above).

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Posted by Jay Brewer at August 12, 2008 6:32 AM

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can you fing stok black coffee shots in stores


Posted by: cathy at October 22, 2013 9:06 AM

I haven't been able to purchase stoke In 2 weeks. Our local grocers Shelfs have been empty. Night shift workers depend on it! Texas city Texas 77591


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