5 Weird Ways to Get Your Caffeine

VIDEO: Two inventors claim their aerosol caffeine can have big advantages over a cup of joe.
ABCNEWS.com

Coffee lovers, is it becoming too much of an effort to rise up out of bed and drag yourself to the nearest coffee shop every morning? Here are five other ways to ingest your caffeine, minus the morning breath.

5 Weird Ways To Get Your Caffeine

PHOTO: Caffeinated Products
Sprayable Energy
Sprayable Energy

Spritz on a light mist of Sprayable Energy for the caffeine equivalent of a quarter Cuppa Joe. You'll have to keep your Starbucks rewards card a while longer, though. The company is currently raising funds on Indiegogo.com.

Could spray-on caffeine replace coffee? Hear what the inventors have to say.

5 Weird Ways To Get Your Caffeine

PHOTO: Caffeinated Products
Getty Images
Marshmallows

Ghostbusters fans can catch their AM buzz by adding a few Stay Puft marshmallows to their hot cocoa. Each fluffy cube delivers a 100 mg jolt of caffeine, about the same as a shot of espresso, according to the American Beverage Association.

5 Weird Ways To Get Your Caffeine

PHOTO: Caffeinated Products
Getty Images
Tooth Brush

Colgate applied for a patent last year for a tooth brush that hypothetically could release a dose of caffeine equivalent to half a cup of coffee. This is another one you'll have to wait for. The patent was rejected and the company has not announced whether it plans to pursue the idea further.

5 Weird Ways To Get Your Caffeine

PHOTO: Caffeinated Products
Cracker JackD/Facebook
Cracker Jack'D

Cracker Jack'D Power Bites offer quite the kick compared to the usual candy coated popcorn, peanuts and a prize. These jacked-up munchies hit you up with 70 mg of caffeine per 2-ounce package.

5 Weird Ways To Get Your Caffeine

PHOTO: Caffeinated Products
PerkyJerky.com
Perky Jerky

Perked coffee? How about Perky Jerky, the world's only caffeinated jerky, beef or otherwise. The 150 mg of caffeine per ounce buzz comes from Guarana, a little Amazonian berry commonly used in energy drinks.

Join the Discussion
You are using an outdated version of Internet Explorer. Please click here to upgrade your browser in order to comment.
blog comments powered by Disqus
Share
Copy
 
You Might Also Like...