Einstein Bros. debuts caffeinated bagel

Einstein Bros. debuts caffeinated bagel

"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".

Einstein Bros Bagels has just started selling its "espresso buzz bagel", which contains 32mg of caffeine - around a third of the amount of a standard cup o' joe.

It comes with a somewhat obvious warning: "Drinking a caffeinated beverage with our bagel will result in higher levels of caffeine consumption". The espresso buzz features 32 milligrams of caffeine, plus 13 grams of protein.

If you aren't a morning person, right now is probably a good time to become one. According to Fox News, most tasters reported feeling more alert for a few hours afterward, although the taste itself received mixed reviews.

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Early returns on the espresso bagel? Give me cream cheese or give me death!

As if we didn't already need another reason to love our favorite morning snack, Einstein Bros.

We will take a dozen.

'I like to think I got a tiny boost, ' added Katie. Bagels hopes these caffeinated bagels will help get chronic breakfast-skippers to kill two birds with one stone and start their day with grub as well as caffeine. It hit bagel bins on May 4. The Boosted Bagels also include a "Cherry Chia" bagel and a "Savory Parm" bagel.

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