Nescafé Instant Coffee Caffeine Content - Every Nescafé Detailed!

Nescafé Instant Coffee Caffeine Content – Every Nescafé Detailed!

Instant coffee lovers want to know how much caffeine there is in their coffee. This article details the Nescafé instant coffee caffeine content for every single Nescafé drink.

The coffee conglomerate sells various different instant coffees in different countries. If we have missed something out, tell us, we will research it and add it to our list.

Be awesome, be helpful and help your fellow coffee lovers the world over to find out how much caffeine there is in their instant coffee and help us to make the most comprehensive list.

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Nescafé Classic Caffeine Content

According to the official Nescafé website, there is a 50 to 90 milligrams of caffeine per 2 grams of coffee of their classic instant coffee. Which is an average of 35 milligrams per gram of Nescafé classic instant coffee if we take 70 mg as the mid-range average.

That is a very reasonable amount of caffeine in a coffee, not too much, not too little.

Nescafé Classic Caffeine Content
Nescafé Classic

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How Much Caffeine Is In Nescafé Classic 2G

As above, there is on average 50 milligrams to 90 milligrams in a single 2 gram sachets of Nescafé classic. Taking a 70 mg mid-figure is what I assume most cups of coffee will have.

There is no explanation why the variation of 50 mg to 90 mg, which is quite a variation.

Nescafé Gold Caffeine Content

The caffeine content of Nescafé Gold is 7.8 mg of caffeine per fluid ounce. This works out at 0.25 mg per millilitre. A 360 ml (12 ounce) cup of coffee will contain 93.6 milligrams of caffeine on average.

Nescafé Gold Caffeine Content

Nescafé 3 in 1 Caffeine Content

Nescafé 3 in 1 instant coffee packets, which have instant coffee, creamer and sugar. The caffeine content is 45 mg to 65 mg per packet. The average is 50 mg.

Nescafé Azera Caffeine Content

Each 200 ml serving of Nescafé Azera Nitro has 110 mg of caffeine. It is not at all a very strong coffee as many coffees have more. 110 mg is very mid-range. The drink is very rich and creamy.

Nescafé Latte Can Caffeine Content

There is a 80 mg of caffeine in a 200 ml can of Nescafé Latte according to the Nescafé official website .

Which Nescafé Has The Most Caffeine?

The Premium Nescafé gold dark premium instant coffee, which has finely ground and expertly roasted coffee, has a strength rating of 8 is strong, intense and dark. It is also their instant coffee that has the most caffeine content. According to the company, there is 150 mg of caffeine in a 12 ounce serving.

How Long Does Caffeine Stay In Your Body?

The amount of caffeine in your body reaches its peak one hour after you drink your coffee and stays there for several hours. The half life of caffeine is 6 hours. If the coffee you have consumed has 200 mg of caffeine, the amount will peak after an hour and after 6 hours in total you will have 100 mg of caffeine and 50 mg 12 hour later.

The maximum daily limit is 400 mg per day according to various government health departments.

Final Thoughts, Frappé-Ing It All Up, Nescafé Instant Coffee Caffeine Content

The caffeine content of Nescafé instant coffee is slightly lower than other brewed coffee with regular coffee grounds but is still a reasonable amount. Caffeine stays in you system for a long time – taking up to 12 hours to reduce to a reasonable level if you have had a strong, very strong 200 mg cup of coffee as 12 hours later you will still have 50 mg of caffeine circulating around your body.

Coffee is love, it's more than love — it's a passion of mine. I've had the luck to have travelled and enjoyed the most exotic of coffee's and unique flavors, brewing methods and techniques of making the perfect coffee from Thai hill tribe coffee to Indonesian volcanic coffee, Malaysian coffee that comes in a tea bag and the array of flavors in Vietnam, from Vanilla to Orange to Coconut to Avocado to even salt coffee and the famous egg coffee. The best part of my coffee adventures is getting to mix with the locals over a nice brew and learning how they make it! I'm cited and referenced on Google Scholar for the topic of coffee.

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