The World of Caffeine: The Science and Culture of the World's Most Popular Drug

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appendix b

Supplementary Tables

Table 1. Caffeine Content of Foods and Beverages

Food or Beverage

Mg of Caffeine

COFFEE (6-oz cup)

Drip

130-180

Percolated

75-150

Espresso (1.5 to 2 oz)

100

Instant

50-130

Decaffeinated

2-6

TEA (6-oz cup)

1 minute brew

10-40

3 minute brew

20-55

5 minute brew

25-100

Instant

15-35

Canned iced tea (12 oz)

55-90

CHOCOLATE PRODUCT

Hot chocolate, from mix (6 oz)

10

Chocolate milk (6 oz)

4

Milk chocolate (1 oz)

6

Dark chocolate (1 oz)

20

Baking chocolate (1 oz)

35

M&M's (1.75 oz)

15

Hershey's Candy Bar (1.58 oz)

12

Hershey's Special Dark Bar (1.3 oz)

36

MISCELLANEOUS FOODS

Dannon Coffee Yogurt (100 ml)

25

Cocoa Puffs breakfast cereal (100 g)

2

Häagen Dazs Coffee Ice Cream (½ cup)

32

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • Part 1 - Caffeine in History 1
  • 1 - Coffee 3
  • 2 - Tea 27
  • 3 - Cacao 41
  • Part 2 - Europe Wakes Up to Caffeine 51
  • 4 - Monks and Men-At-Arms 53
  • 5 - The Caffeine Trade Supplants the Spice Trade 61
  • 6 - The Late Adopters 83
  • 7 - Judgements of History 95
  • 8 - Postscript 125
  • Part 3 - The Culture of Caffeine 129
  • 9 - Islands of Caffeine (1) 133
  • 10 - Island of Caffeine (2) 147
  • 11 - The Endless Simmes 181
  • 12 - Caffeine Culture and Le Fin De Millénaire 197
  • Part 4 - The Natural History of Caffeine 213
  • 13 - Caffeine in the Laboratory 215
  • 14 - Caffeine and the Plant Kingdom 235
  • Part 5 - Caffeine and Health 267
  • 15 - Caffeine and the Body 269
  • 16 - Thinking Over Caffeine 291
  • 17 - Caffeine Dependence Intoxication and Toxicity 303
  • Appendix A 321
  • Appendix B 327
  • Appendix C 332
  • Appendix D 342
  • Notes 345
  • References 373
  • Index 381
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