Caffeine addicts have a new way to get their fix, thanks to the Espresso Buzz Bagel.
Fans submitting messages receive a coupon for a free Boosted Bagel and shmear with purchase and will be entered for a chance to win one free bagel with shmear from Einstein Bros. The bagel - aptly named "Espresso Buzz" - reportedly contains approximately 32 milligrams of caffeine, roughly a third of the amount you'd find in an eight-ounce cup of the regular stuff.
So basically, you'll be able to wake up in the morning, skip the coffee and head straight for the bagel.
On the first count, at least, the consensus among FEMAIL taste-testers seems to be "yes".
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'I noticed I had more energy in the hours afterwards, but I can't really tell whether that was due to the caffeine in the bagel, or just the overwhelming number of carbs I consumed for lunch, ' said Charlie.
Early returns on the espresso bagel? People either love it, or they prefer to stick to their hot coffee and leave the espresso infusions to other people. Basically, it's meant for the hipster coffee drinkers.
The company also introduced a Savory Parm Bagel and a Cherry Chia Bagel as part of its new line of Boosted Bagels. In the meantime, one thing is clear: We live in the future, folks, and that means methods of caffeine consumption are only going to get weirder from here on out.