Published: Sat, May 06, 2017
Medical | By Dorothy Lyons

The New Way To Get Your Caffeine Fix In The Morning

The New Way To Get Your Caffeine Fix In The Morning

"Boosted" with 32 milligrams of caffeine - about a third as much as is in an 8 oz. cup of coffee - the brown "Espresso Buzz" bagel promises an extra java-like jolt in the morning. Bagels announced this week the first-ever caffeine-infused bagel.

A bagel chain in the United States has given its latest creation a shot in the arm, and Millennials are to thank - or blame. Made from both espresso and coffee-cherry flour, this carbohydrate is packed with 13 grams of protein and is flawless for getting that morning kick or curing a awful hangover. The caffeine bagel is one of three options available right now. After all, it's saving coffee drinkers' breakfasts, one bagel at a time.

Plus, the Espresso Buzz Bagel sounds like it tastes pretty damn delicious. Bagels, you can drink your coffee and eat it, too.

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As a true coffee-loving millennial with a soft spot for a delicious bagel, I definitely respect company's observations. The Espresso Buzz is joined by two other Boosted Bagels released by Einstein Bros. this week.

The company boasts its new gourmet bagel is an excellent source of iron plus a good source of magnesium.

The bagels are all part of a new line called the Boosted Bagel, which has ingredients that provide "functional benefits". If they do well, it's likely they'll end up with a permanent place in stores - just look at all the "secret menu" items that have ended up on the regular Starbucks menu.

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