Caffeinated bagels now exist, you fiends

Posted May 06, 2017

It's believed to be the world's first caffeinated bagel, and it's the brainchild of the bagel chain Einstein Bros. "We hope the nation's almost four million nurses take us up on our offer for a free Espresso Buzz Bagel and shmear to jumpstart their day or give them a boost after a long night on the job".

A bagel chain in Colorado has invented a caffeinated bagel to kill two birds with one stone: breakfast and coffee at the same time. The bagels each contain 32 milligrams of caffeine, which is about a third of the amount found in an eight-ounce cup of coffee. So, the bagel isn't necessarily going to wake you up as well as the contents of your ever-present coffee thermos, but then again, it's not meant to.

Plus, the Espresso Buzz Bagel sounds like it tastes pretty damn delicious.

'I noticed I had more energy in the hours afterwards, but I can't really tell whether that was due to the caffeine in the bagel, or just the overwhelming number of carbs I consumed for lunch, ' said Charlie. Basically, it's meant for the hipster coffee drinkers.

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As a true coffee-loving millennial with a soft spot for a delicious bagel, I definitely respect company's observations.

Einstein chose to launch its bagels as part of the National Nurses Week campaign, and will give any nurse visiting its shop a free Espresso Buzz Bagel and schmear.

The company boasts its new gourmet bagel is an excellent source of iron plus good source of magnesium.

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