Yet another defense for dark roast coffee down the hatch. Turns out, the darker the roast, the less caffeine the coffee has. And thus the opposite is true; the lighter the roast, the more caffeine it has.
So then, what's the point? I thought it was one of those "the more it sucks, the more effective it is" situations. You're telling me lighter roast tastes better AND packs a bigger punch? How can we even defend the production of dark roast coffee??
I mean like whatever, you're allowed to like dark roast if you want a richer taste or don't need as much of a boost. And you're entitled to your unholy lifestyle, but you will be judged.
By me. A woman who drinks frappuccinos because I like my coffee as close to a milkshake while still being socially acceptable to drink at 6 am, as possible.