You can drink coffee while you are pregnant, although it is recommended to limit the amount of caffeine you consume to around 200mg – which is about the equivalent of two mugs of coffee. Drinking more than this while pregnant could increase the risk of miscarriage, or having a baby with a low birth weight. Ultimately, the decision to consume caffeine is up to you, but you can cut down by switching to decaffeinated drinks and having smaller cups of coffee.
This could be due to many reasons:
- We regularly search through social media, coffee reviews and blogs, Google maps and other various sources to find cafes & roasters we’d love to share with the world. We spend a lot of time trying to add new listings and ensuring existing listings have accurate information. This is a painstaking process, but we love coffee, so we do it!
- Someone loves your cafe, and thought it was an injustice to the world that you were not listed. Congratulations!
Caffeine content in different types of coffee can vary. A standard cup of coffee (around 8oz) will contain an average of 94.8mg of caffeine. An Espresso on the other hand will have an average of 63mg of caffeine, and a standard latte will contain an average of 77mg of caffeine. The caffeine content depends on the size, strength and type of coffee you are consuming.