Robusta Coffee Caffeine Content

If you love a rich, robust flavor with a bit of a bite to it, then Robusta Coffee may be just what you are looking for. Long regarded as an inferior variety of coffee, Robusta can now be found in finer blends and brews.

Robusta coffee beans have more caffeine than Arabica beans. Thus, if you make coffee with robusta beans, the coffee will be 83% stronger than if you make it with Arabica beans. Robusta beans have proven to be a great substitute for Arabica beans. Robusta’s strong, bold and earthy flavor produces a coffee that is much more suited for some of your favorite espresso drinks than Arabica beans are. The bean is also less expensive than its counterpart, making it a great option for home brews and cafés alike.

Does Robusta Coffee have caffeine?

Robusta Coffee contains 265mg of caffeine per 8 fl oz cup and 33.12mg of caffeine per fl oz (112mg per 100ml).

Serving sizeCaffeine AmountCaffeine strength
100ml112 mgHIGH
8 fl oz cup265 mgEXTREME
12 fl oz cup397.5 mgEXTREME
Robusta Coffee Caffeine information

How Much Caffeine is in a Robusta Coffee?

  • Caffeine Amount: 265 mg
  • Caffeine strength: EXTREME
  • Calories: 0cal
  • Serving size: 8 fl oz cup

Robusta Coffee Caffeine by Brewing Method

  • Robusta Drip or Filter: 265 mg per 8 fl oz
  • Robusta Brewed: 198 mg per 8 fl oz
  • Robusta Espresso: 141 mg per shot

Compare caffeine in Robusta Vs. other coffees

CoffeesServing SizeCaffeine
Robusta Coffee8 fl oz265mg
Caffe Mocha12 fl oz152mg
Instant Coffee8 fl oz57mg
Decaf Coffee8 fl oz6mg
Turkish Coffee2 fl oz50mg

Ingredients in Robusta Coffee

  • Water
  • Ground Robusta Coffee Beans
  • Robusta is an important part of the world’s coffee market. In fact, it accounts for almost half of global production. Most of this comes from countries such as Kenya and Guatemala.
  • Robusta is grown as a cash crop, and the majority of its farmers depend on the income generated from this crop. This helps them to feed their families and also makes sure that they do not starve.
  • Robusta is often blended with arabica beans, but there is some evidence that this process may be harmful to consumers.

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