Black Insomnia Black Hydro Water

Aug 7, 2017

Category: Vices

The same brand responsible for dethroning Deathwish Coffee as the most caffeinated java in the world is back with a brand new drink; the Black Insomnia Black Hydro.

Don’t let the name scare you off. In a rare moment of self restraint Black Insomnia has turned down the heat in terms of caffeine content. Kinda. With only about 100 mg of the stuff, this new, clear drink is about as caffeinated as a bottle of Club Mate or a common energy drink (and only about 5mg stronger than a regular cup of coffee). This makes the smartly designed clear bottle of caffeinated mineral water an ideal pick for those looking for a little jolt to get them through the second half of the day. And with a 7.5pH level, it’s just about as easy to stomach as a cool glass of water. Right now they’re available in 12 packs of 500ml bottles.

Purchase: $25

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