Step 2: 'Ingredients'

You need a minimum of five things for this experiment:

Coffee grounds
A high precision scale (one that reads to .01 of a gram)
Citric acid (or another food grade acid)
Caffeine powder
A disposable pipette (not strictly needed)

All of these are just a google search away.
Instead of a scale, you could use caffeine tablets. Generic brand is best, less fillers. Just crush, put into water, add citric acid, and filter.
Wouldn't it just be easier to drink three cups of coffee? :D
<br> Your caffeine image is dodgy, well it's just wrong (in the bonds, and in general) use <a href="http://images.google.co.uk/images?hl=en&source=imghp&biw=1408&bih=854&q=caffeine+molecule&gbv=2&aq=2s&aqi=g2g-s1g1g-m1&aql=&oq=caffi&gs_rfai=">one of the coloured ones</a> instead.<br> Great coffee idea, but have you ever seen <a href="http://www.lileks.com/comics/coffeenerves/index.html">Mr Coffee-nerves</a>?<br> <br> L<br>
Why destroy good coffee like this? Might as well have used instant. Could have just added the pure caffeine to any beverage (except beer, it's sacred).<br><br>But really though, good, freshly roasted coffee, has plenty of caffeine, and you get more than enough in a pot, which you enjoy drinking, rather than struggle to keep down, like with instant coffee.<br><br>Should mention that I've bean roasting my own coffee beans, more than 4 years now, and probably a little over sensitive to some of your bean abuse...
Thanks for the feedback - I get that's what you get from being too jumped up on caffeine ;)<br>
<br> Ha, Coffee-Nerves...<br> <br> L<br>

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