Chocolate Covered Espresso Beans
- Caffeine Amount7 mg
- Caffeine strengthLOW
- Serving size1 bean
Chocolate covered espresso (coffee) beans are a popular candy that contains natural caffeine.
Espresso beans are just coffee beans that have been darkly roasted. The caffeine content in coffee beans can vary depending on many factors and including the chocolate, 7 mg is the average amount you could expect to find.
Chocolate covered espresso beans range between 5-10 mg for milk chocolate covered and 6-11 mg for dark chocolate covered.
However, the USDA database has an entry of 134 mg caffeine for just 10 chocolate-covered beans (16.8 g). This seems very high (13.4 mg caffeine per bean).
While this may not seem like a lot of caffeine, these little candies are quite addictive and it's easy to eat a lot of them in one sitting, so beware.
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Ingredients in Chocolate Covered Espresso BeansEspresso Roasted Arabica Coffee Beans, Milk Chocolate, And Confectioner's Glaze.
How Does It Compare With Other Foods?
Caffeine (mg) per Item
Sourceshttps://www.caffeineinformer.com/caffeine-content/coffee-beans USDA DB: https://fdc.nal.usda.gov/
Other references. Last updated on 24 Feb 2021.
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