Caffeine: The Fuel of Innovation
November 10th, 2015 | Rachel Tepper, Operations Manager
Nitrogen, oxygen, hydrogen and carbon. From those four simple elements we get the invigorating caffeine molecule. And it’s been helping great minds for a long time. Composer Ludwig Van Beethoven liked his coffee brewed with exactly 60 beans per cup. President Teddy Roosevelt is said to have gulped a gallon a day. While we don’t recommend drinking that much in one day, we do approve of downing stimulating information.