September 6, 2011

SToK Caffeinated Black Coffee Shots Pack a Punch

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It's been awhile since SToK came out with their caffeine coffee shots, but now we're finding them all over the place. Packed with 40 Mg of caffeine per serving which is equivalent to a shot of espresso, these coffee shots put more caffeine in your coffee. The SToK coffee shot comes in a creamer-like container for portion control, and these are not for use by children under age 18, pregnant women or the caffeine-sensitive. We've recently had the pleasure of adding a SToK coffee shot to a few of our cups of single serve coffee, and can safely say they do pack a punch.

At SToK Caffeinated Black Coffee Shots Single-Serve Packages

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Posted by Jay Brewer at September 6, 2011 8:14 AM

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You can also throw a shot into a can of Coca-Cola and create your own version of Coke Blak. With 1 shot, it's a lighter coffee flavor than the real deal. With 2 shots, it's pretty darn close, but you'd be packing a whopping 110-120Mg (approx) of caffeine in 1 can since Coke itself already has about 30Mg of caffeine by default.


Posted by: SH at October 4, 2011 10:10 AM
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