IVAN'S ZIBBY BEANS: CHOCOLATE COVERED ESPRESSO BEANS
IVAN'S ZIBBY BEANS: CHOCOLATE COVERED ESPRESSO BEANS
IVAN'S ZIBBY BEANS: CHOCOLATE COVERED ESPRESSO BEANS
IVAN'S ZIBBY BEANS: CHOCOLATE COVERED ESPRESSO BEANS

Ivan's Zibby Beans are startlingly addictive and very stimulating — so stimulating that I would like to take a minute to emphasize that each packet contains nine servings. And that is going by a very liberal, caffeine-tolerant estimation of a "serving."

If you zone out and eat the entire bag, we cannot save you.

In completely voluntary employee trials, three to five individual beans induced noticeable effects in warehouse productivity and cleanliness. We suggest a similar starting dose when acclimating to Zibby Beans.

 

Specs:

  • 3oz (nine servings) of full-flavored espresso beans
  • Aggressively caffeinated, blissfully delicious
  • Heavy duty mylar packaging, label art by Jennifer D'Aww
  • Available in Dark Chocolate and Chocolate Mocha

Allergy Info:

Manufactured in a plant that processes peanuts, tree nuts, soy, wheat (gluten), eggs, and dairy products. Contains soy lecithin as an emulsifier/stabilizer.

    IVAN'S ZIBBY BEANS: CHOCOLATE COVERED ESPRESSO BEANS

    Rated 4.9 out of 5
    77 Reviews
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    $6.99
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    $6.99

    Ivan's Zibby Beans are startlingly addictive and very stimulating — so stimulating that I would like to take a minute to emphasize that each packet contains nine servings. And that is going by a very liberal, caffeine-tolerant estimation of a "serving."

    If you zone out and eat the entire bag, we cannot save you.

    In completely voluntary employee trials, three to five individual beans induced noticeable effects in warehouse productivity and cleanliness. We suggest a similar starting dose when acclimating to Zibby Beans.

     

    Specs:

    • 3oz (nine servings) of full-flavored espresso beans
    • Aggressively caffeinated, blissfully delicious
    • Heavy duty mylar packaging, label art by Jennifer D'Aww
    • Available in Dark Chocolate and Chocolate Mocha

    Allergy Info:

    Manufactured in a plant that processes peanuts, tree nuts, soy, wheat (gluten), eggs, and dairy products. Contains soy lecithin as an emulsifier/stabilizer.

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      Rated 5 out of 5
      Review posted

      Pretty handy snack

      Don't be an idiot like me and eat the entire bag in one go. It's resealable for a reason. Tasty tho.

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      Rated 5 out of 5
      Review posted

      Beans, beans, the sugary treat

      They melted in the spring delivery heat/eat the liquid with a stick/it's gooey, delicious and thick!/or stick them in the freezer next to the meat/and enjoy your misshapened treat!

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      Rated 5 out of 5
      Review posted

      Not as Good as Pervitin. but Good Enough

      As much as I'd like pervitin to be on the market; the zibby beans are good enough substitute. Don't eat the whole bag because you might taste colors and see sounds.

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      Rated 5 out of 5
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      Gets you through that 3PM crash

      I bought two bags. One for home, the other at the office. I like to pop a small handful right after lunch and it keeps me up and amount past my usual 3 PM crash. Thank god.

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      Rated 4 out of 5
      Review posted

      Great flavor, shit package

      The zibby beans themselves were great! I thought everyone talking about how addicting they are was exaggerating, but I found myself snacking on 15 throughout the day. Caffeine doesn't really affect me much, so I wasn't bouncing off the walls thankfully.

      Now, as for the packaging, it's shit. The mylar bag is fine for keeping the beans fresh and keeping them from melting, but there's no gusset on the bottom like with the Fiery Grads, letting it fall over a lot. To make matters worse, after the third time opening the package the resealing strip came undone from the bag, making it a royal pain in the ass to open, and now there's a few breaches in the seal. I've since moved my beans to a ziploc bag.

      With a few tweaks to the packaging this could be the perfect product.

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      KommandoStore

      I'm pleased to say that we're phasing in the new gusseted bag for all of our snacks. So the Zibby Beans you got were one of the last in the flat packaging. :)