Cafe Bustelo

Caffeine Levels

per fl. oz cup


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Café Bustelo Coffee is a Cuban-style darkly roasted coffee brand manufactured by Rowland Coffee Roasters, Inc.

The caffeine amount listed above is an estimated amount based on what's typically found in home brewed coffee.

Any home prepared coffee can vary widely because of the various ways people brew the coffee at home.

  • Amount of water used
  • Amount of ground coffee used
  • Specific roast preferred
  • Brewing type: espresso, filter, french press, pour-over etc.

The research used for the above estimated amount found home brewed coffee samples ranging from 56 mg to176 mg of caffeine per cup. 112 mg is the median amount found in a cup of home brewed coffee.

Bustelo Coffee comes in a wide range of varieties including but not limited to:

  1. Ground coffees
  2. Brick coffees
  3. K-cups
  4. Instant coffees
  5. Cold RTD Canned Coffee

They also offer decaf as an option for those who want less caffeine. 

The specific caffeine amounts associated with their complete product line is unknown at this time. 

Where To Buy Cafe Bustelo

Cafe Bustelo Espresso Coffee, Pack of 6 (10 Ounce Bricks)

Price: $24.40 $24.40Available from Amazon / Café Bustelo

Cafe Bustelo Espresso Ground Coffee Party Size ,36oz

Price: $20.06 $19.06Available from Amazon / Cafe Bustelo inc

Café Bustelo Espresso Style K-Cup Pods for Keurig K-Cup Brewers 6 boxes of 12 (72 total)

Price: $43.96 $40.99Available from Amazon / Café Bustelo

Cafe Bustelo K-cup Packs, Espresso Style, 24 Count

Price: $16.59 $16.00Available from Amazon / Café Bustelo

Bustelo Coffee Can Rglr, 10 Oz (Pack of 2)

Price: $13.78 $8.66Available from Amazon / Cafe Bustelo

Ingredients in Cafe Bustelo

Ground coffee

Sugar content: Contains no sugar.

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Caffeine Concentration

Cafe Bustelo contains 14.00 mgs of caffeine per fluid ounce (47.34mg/100 ml).

Caffeine (mg) per Ounce


Gilbert, R. M., Marshman, J. A., Schwieder, M., & Berg, R. (1976). Caffeine content of beverages as consumed. Canadian Medical Association Journal, 114(3), 205. and