Bagels rolled out the Espresso Buzz Bagel, an espresso-imbued bagel infused with 32 milligrams of caffeine and 13 milligrams of protein. Meanwhile, another taste-tester at Fox thought it would ideal paired with a cup of coffee - so if you can never seem to get enough caffeine, this is probably the flawless bagel for you.
"Every bite of our Espresso Buzz Bagel gives you a tasty dose of bold flavor, caffeine and one-of-a-kind benefits", the site reads.
Einstein Bros. Bagels unleashes Thursday its Expresso Buzz Bagel in select locations.
Content Preview This content is exclusive for Optimum, Time Warner and Comcast customers with access to News 12. Mayo Clinic reports that a one-ounce espresso shot typically has anywhere from 47 milligrams to 64 milligrams of caffeine, while a typical eight-ounce cup of coffee has 95 milligrams to 165 milligrams of caffeine.
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The new bagels have been nine months in development. Bagels. There's its cousin, the Espresso Buzz Bagel & Bacon, with brown sugar thick-cut bacon, cheddar and butter.
Early reviews of the bagel have some saying it's like eating "chewy coffee" and that it's "insanely bitter." So, maybe it's just an acquired taste. Bagels. and part of a new rollout of a line of "Boosted Bagels".
Apparently, the bagel is made with espresso, coffee-cherry flour and added protein derived from cocoa, creating the ideal breakfast for anything with a craving for bitter coffee with a touch of sweetness.