Is The World Ready For Clear Coffee?

To be honest, I’m someone who practically needs to be hooked up to an intravenous drip of caffeine to enable me to function as a human being. Because of the barrels full of coffee I knock back throughout the day I’ve come to accept that coffee is staining the crap out of my teeth and there’s little I can do about it, or so I thought.

I always thought coffee staining my teeth was an acceptable trade off when this elixir from God allows me not to be tired, cranky, and a raging looney to everyone around me. So when I stumbled across the world’s first clear coffee my teeth and I could hardly contain ourselves.

Clear Coffee is exactly what it sounds like; it’s coffee that looks like water. Made from high-quality Arabica beans and filtered water, brothers Brothers David and Adam Nagy have used a processing method that has (apparently) never been seen in the world of coffee before to make the coffee crystal clear.

The two brothers started CLR CFF that produces Clear Coffee in Slovakia because they saw a market for it. While coffee purists may be rightfully skeptical, David Nagy from CLR CFF claims that it tastes just like any other black coffee and contains the same amount of caffeine as a regular cappuccino. If this watered down coffee looks like its’ not going to give you a jolt in the morning don’t worry because there’s 50mg of caffeine per 100 ml, and it comes in 200ml bottles, I’ll let you do the math.

Before you go running out the door to grab a bottle, there’s a catch. Clear Coffee (CLR CFF) is currently only available online and in a handful of specialized stores throughout the United Kingdom. So for those of you across the pond or around the globe, your pearly whites will have to wait some time for this stain free coffee.

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