Published: Sat, May 06, 2017
Medical | By Ismael Lynch

Einstein Bros. debuts caffeinated bagel

Einstein Bros. debuts caffeinated bagel

Caffeine addicts have a new way to get their fix, thanks to the Espresso Buzz Bagel.

Perhaps unsurprisingly, the mere idea of the Espresso Buzz has elicited strong reactions. The bagel, with 32 milligrams of caffeine and 13 grams of protein, is "an excellent source of iron and good source of magnesium, " according to the Colorado-based bagel maker. 'I think I would eat again, perhaps with a sweet cream cheese to balance out the bitter aftertaste.

As if we didn't already need another reason to love our favorite morning snack, Einstein Bros. The brand is also recognizing National Nurses Week by giving a free Espresso Buzz bagel and schmear to any nurse who stops by a store location on Thursday, May 11.

'I like to think I got a tiny boost, ' added Katie.

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Stop what you're doing and listen up: a restaurant just came up with caffeinated bagels.

Why? Because caffeinated bagels finally exist, and they're about to take breakfast to an entirely new level full of doughy, delicious coffee-bagel bliss.

The company believes their new bagel will prove to be a hit among millennials who have "converted to coffee drinkers".

The bagels are all part of a new line called the Boosted Bagel, which has ingredients that provide "functional benefits". 'It doesn't taste like your run-of-the-mill blueberry bagel either.

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