Viter Energy Mints are breath mints the size of a standard mint. The mints come in multiple flavors with a touch of menthol for a strong kick. They're strong, so if you don't like strong mints then you'll probably not like our mints! They're round and they sit comfortably in your mouth.
Each mint is 900 milligrams by weight and contains 40 milligrams of caffeine. Each tin contains 20 mints. That's almost 10 cups of coffee's worth of caffeine in each tin of mints!
One mint has roughly 1/2 the amount of caffeine as a standard 8 ounce cup of brewed coffee. One mint also contains approximately 1/2 the amount of caffeine as in a standard sized energy drink.
When we started Viter Energy, we wanted to know: How much caffeine do we really need?
We did a lot of research on the optimal amount of caffeine for increased performance.
We made Viter Energy Mints with two things in mind: It had to give people energy & it had to taste good.
This is tough because caffeine is naturally bitter. So, the more caffeine per mint the harder it becomes to make the mint taste good.
So even though everyone has a different tolerance level for caffeine and different taste preferences, we aimed for one mint to have enough caffeine to provide a small amount of energy for the average person while still tasting good to most people.
With these mints, you need less caffeine than you think.
When you're eating a mint, it dissolves in your mouth. The caffeine then gets absorbed into your body via your mouth, and not through your stomach as it does when you consume a caffeinated beverage like coffee or tea.
This absorption is called sublingual, and because of this you'll feel the caffeine from the mints faster than you feel the caffeine from a beverage. Also, you'll find that you won't need as much caffeine as you think you need to feel a boost.
Depending on your caffeine tolerance, most people feel the caffeine from 1-3 mints eaten within an hour.
Caffeine has been known to give a whole heap of benefits - from giving that first jolt in the morning to keeping high concentration and perky vibe throughout the day.
Coffee may be the most popular, but it can also come from caffeine mints and pills, chocolate (beverage and milk bars alike), cake, yogurt, and tea!
Yes - tea. That seemingly innocuous cup of tea can give you that much needed boost.
It’s such a healthy, delicious drink and there are many ways to drink it. But just the same, tea could give you your daily caffeine fix without the jitters.
Ever wondered how to get the best bang for the cup? Of coffee at least.
What if I tell you that the best way you can stay awake after drinking coffee is to get some shut-eye?
Ironic as it sounds, it's how you can recharge and make the most out of your tall cup of cappuccino, or a shot of espresso.
In fact, coffee naps are a thing. If you take caffeine before you snooze in the afternoon or whenever, when you wake up you'll feel less groggy, experts say.
The effect comes by getting the benefit of the sleep, add to that the stimulating benefits of caffeine when you wake up. Both caffeine and sleep alleviate tiredness, so the double whammy works well together.
If you’re one of the many coffee-drinkers who regularly drink a cup of joe for that morning jolt, then you must’ve wondered at one point:
When’s the ideal time to drink coffee? How many minutes before caffeine kicks in?
Those are valid questions. In fact, caffeine’s nothing like Popeye’s spinach that works the moment he pops in that can of power. It takes some time before it goes into full gear.
So the million dollar question is - how long does it take for caffeine to work?
That’s exactly what we’re going to find out in this article.
How do you like your coffee?
Rich, bold, smooth, with an extra punch that lasts you through the day?
Sounds like you like your coffee strong. (High five!)
But wait - what does strong even mean?
How do you make it?
How do you keep your strong coffee fresh?
This article will show you through the answers to these very important questions many java lovers ask.