By Erika Owen
September 06, 2016
Australian Coffee
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If you feel like staying up for multiple days straight, or just adding “tasted world's strongest coffee” to your resume, head to Adelaide, Australia.

The Viscous Cafe is spreading the news of their “world's strongest coffee” all around the globe, according to Mashable.

Accurately named “Ass Kicker,” one cup of this caffeine rocket has the same amount of the good stuff as 80 cups of regular coffee. However, word has it that cafe owner Steve Benington has taken the recipe down a notch. The recipe is meant to be sipped, the desired effect being that it keeps you riding on the caffeine high much longer than the coffee you'll find in your office kitchen.

The drink has five grams of caffeine. A fatal dose for a healthy adult is 18 grams.

But, just to be safe, the menu item does come with a warning: “Caution: Persons with high blood pressure and/or heart condition(s) drink at own risk!”

To properly enjoy this brew, plan on sipping over the span of three to four hours.

Erika Owen is the Senior Audience Engagement Editor at Travel + Leisure. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram at @erikaraeowen.