There is nothing more badass then something you put in your body with a morbid name such as Death Wish. Usually such products with wild names do not last long. Remember the energy drink labeled Cocaine? I’m no marketing wiz but I feel as if such names can either bring your brand to the top or make customers avoid it at all costs. This brings me to Deathwish Coffee. Personally, I would of never picked up a bag. I don’t need exuberant amounts of caffeine. Although there are a bunch of notes that make this coffee really enticing. They claim to be the world’s strongest coffee. On their website they claim to give a full refund if the customer did not interpret their coffee as the strongest they’ve ever had. And they claim their coffee is 100% natural.
“Death Wish Coffee hasn’t killed anybody but the company allegedly reported that they found an issue with their manufacturing process.”
Death Wish Coffee hasn’t killed anybody but the company allegedly reported that they found an issue with their manufacturing process. According to sources, a harmful toxin called botulism was found during the coffee production process. It is odd that the NY Post said boutlism was found because Botulism is actually an illness that is caused by a bacteria called Clostridium Botulinum. That is probably what they meant. What is ironic about this situation is that this is a nitro cold brew company and the potentially fatal bacteria can be destroyed by heating it up to 185 degrees Fahrenheit.
So if this is truly the strongest coffee out there, it begs one question. Could one use less Death Wish grounds for an average cup of coffee? If this bacteria issue gets sorted out we may do an experiment for our readers. Until then, happy brewing.