Published: Sat, May 06, 2017
Health Care | By Jan Bell

FEMAIL taste-tests new caffeine bagel from Einstein Bros

FEMAIL taste-tests new caffeine bagel from Einstein Bros

In addition to offering that extra perk-up, the Espresso Buzz bagel also has 13 grams of protein, 230 calories, and only three grams of sugar.

The other two Boosted Bagels are the Cherry Chia Bagel, with cherries, chia and oats, and the Cherry Chia Ham and Swiss, with smoked ham, Swiss and butter.

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For sleep-deprived humans, drinking coffee has always been the preferred morning perk up method but now there's an onslaught of caffeinated items promising to add more pep to your step.

What if your favorite breakfast could help you wake up in the morning? Called an Espresso Buzz, it contains 32 milligrams of caffeine, which is about a third of what you'd get in a shot of espresso or an eight-ounce cup of normal coffee, according to the USDA.

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Perhaps unsurprisingly, the mere idea of the Espresso Buzz has elicited strong reactions.

Next time you wake up in the morning craving a bagel and a caffeine buzz, visit Einstein Bros.

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"We have watched the coffee category expand and adapt as Millennials converted to coffee drinkers", Kerry Coyne told Fox News. "We knew our culinary team we could deliver that same premium, hand-crafted sensory experience and has been working on developing the Espresso Buzz Bagel for over nine months". And yes, it actually does taste like coffee. People either love it, or they prefer to stick to their hot coffee and leave the espresso infusions to other people.

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