Coffee has been the world’s favorite beverage for over 100 years. That being said, there is an underlying major problem with the beverage that has never been solved.
Yes, we drink coffee because it is tasty, but more importantly—we drink coffee because of the caffeine in it. Caffeine has incredible positive effects—such as wiring us in and helping us concentrate—but with them come several negative effects as well. The most prevalent negative side effect is the jitters that caffeine causes. Our heart rates go up, our hands begin to shake, and some of us even develop anxiety. In fact, 80% of the 400 students and young professionals which we surveyed stated that they would consume more coffee if the caffeine’s negative side effects were not as strong.
Up until now, it was impossible to drink a lot of coffee and remain jitter-less. It was a side effect that we were willing to take on in order to enjoy hours of uninterrupted concentration. This, however, all recently changed when 2 Berkeley students founded Quokka Brew, the first jitter-less coffee to be introduced to the market. While studying for finals, both founders consumed a lot of coffee and noticed that though they were able to easily concentrate—they also suffered extreme jitters. They dedicated their lives to finding a solution afterward, and after 4 months of research, and over 1,000 trials and errors, they finally came up with the perfect solution—the world’s first-ever jitter-less espresso.
Quokka Brew’s jitter-less espresso contains 200 mg of caffeine, which is double your typical cup of joe (100 mg), but as the name suggests—it gives you no jitters. The secret formula allows you to consume 200 mg, yet feel no negative side effects. Our customers have stated that our jitter-less espresso made them feel very wired in, yet also very relaxed, which has led several of them to experience a sense of confidence.
Quokka Brew’s gourmet espresso relaxes you and wires you in at the same time—providing you with a unique experience that cannot be found anywhere else.
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