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People Are Losing Their Minds Over Clear Coffee

Coffee as we know it is about it change. A new company is releasing clear coffee, which offers your caffeine fix, without the teeth-staining color. Dubbed CLR CFF, this new beverage is the first of its kind created by two brothers who were sick of their caffeine habit staining their teeth. (The struggle is real.)

This revolutionary concoction is made with "high-quality Arabica coffee beans" treated using "methods which have never been used before" , Delish reports. Not only that, but the drink is free of preservatives, sugars, artificial flavors, and stabilizers making it a healthy grab-and-go drink of choice. "We are heavy coffee drinkers," co-founder David Nagy told The Evening Standard. "Like many other people we struggled with the teeth stains caused by it. There was nothing on the market that would suit our needs so we decided to create our own recipe."

He added, "Because of the hectic lifestyle we lead we wanted to make a refreshing ready-to-drink coffee which provides the boost but is low in calories." While it seems concerning that the beverage looks like a bottle of water, don't be fooled. The drink took over three months to perfect and apparently tastes like a "potent cold brew," according to The Evening Standard. Not to mention it comes in a bottle large enough to sip on throughout the day.

 

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The UK's Metro tried it as well but didn't give it the best reviews. One staffer said: "Imagine making coffee and then forgetting to wash it out. The next day, you add cold water to get the very last dregs of flavor out of the wet beans—and that's what this tastes like."

Another said, "It would taste delicious with a splash of rum."

Either way, at £5.99 for two 200-ml bottles, CLR CFF is definitely not easy on your wallet—not to mention it isn't even available in the US. But because of its supposed caffeine kick, healthy ingredients, and non-teeth-staining qualities, we sure hope it makes it's way across the pond sometime soon.

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