Caffeine in Drinks

Maxwell House Coffee

Calculate your maximum dose for this coffee.

Maxwell House Coffee is one of the most popular brands of home brewed coffee in the USA.

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: filter, french press, pour over etc.

The research used for the above-estimated amount found home brewed coffee samples ranging from 56 mg to 176 mg of caffeine per cup. 112 mg is the median amount found in a cup of home brewed coffee. 

Where To Buy

Maxwell House The Original Roast Medium Roast Ground Coffee (30.6 oz Canister)
Amazon.com Price $6.28 ($0.21 / Ounce)
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Maxwell House The Original Roast Ground Coffee, 42.5oz (pack of 6)
Amazon.com Price $71.32 ($0.28 / Ounce)
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Maxwell House 100% Colombian Medium Roast Ground Coffee (24.5 oz Canister)
Amazon.com Price $7.86 ($0.32 / Ounce)
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Ingredients in Maxwell House Coffee

Ground Arabica Coffee And Water

Is Maxwell House Coffee high in caffeine?

Maxwell House Coffee contains 14.00 mg of caffeine per fl oz (47.34 mg per 100 ml). A 8 fl oz cup has a total of 112 mg of caffeine.

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Total Caffeine (mg)

Sources

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