No. A shot of espresso has about 80-100 mg of caffeine, whereas a cup of regular coffee has 100-135 mg. Since the servings of espresso are generally much smaller than coffee, the content of caffeine per mL is often higher than a cup of coffee, but between a shot of espresso and a cup of coffee, the coffee has more.
A typical 28-gram serving of a milk chocolate bar has about as much caffeine as a cup of decaffeinated coffee, although dark chocolate has about the same caffeine as coffee by weight. Some dark chocolate currently in production contains as much as 160 mg per 100 g - which is double the caffeine content of the highest caffeinated drip coffee by weight.
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