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Made from Arabica beans and water, Clr Cff is free from chemicals, preservatives, artificial flavors, and sweeteners.
Caffeine is the most widely consumed drug in the world. And where do most people get their hit of it? That’s right, from coffee. The beverage is what persuades most people to leave their beds in the morning and embark on another day of work or errands. Unfortunately, a downside accompanies the consumption of the beverage: stained teeth.
Fortunately for coffee lovers everywhere, a clear version of the beloved drink has been invented. Not only is Clr Cff packed with caffeine, it is guaranteed to keep one’s pearly whites stain-free. As Mashable reports, the clear coffee (the first in the world!) was founded by brothers Adam and David Nagy.
The drink is made from Arabica beans and water and is produced using a secretive method “which has never been used before.”
Though the new product might make one apprehensive, the brothers guarantee that the drink is free from chemicals, preservatives, artificial flavors, and sweeteners.
The Nagy brothers were inspired to develop the product as they are self-proclaimed “heavy coffee drinkers.” David explained to the Evening Standard:
It took three months of trial and error, but the duo eventually succeeded in making a clear coffee which reportedly tastes like cold brew-style coffee. Each bottle contains about 100 mg of caffeine, which is just slightly more than a conventional cup.
The clear coffee – which is best served chilled – is presently available on shelves at Whole Food Markets and Selfridges & Co in London. We expect the product will soon be available worldwide, however. After all, coffee is great, but being able to drink the beverage and maintain white teeth is even better.
Two brothers created Clr Cff, the world’s first clear coffee.
With 100 mg of caffeine per bottle, it will keep one energized but won’t stain teeth.
Clr Cff is presently available in London…
…but we expect it will be available internationally soon.
If you are a heavy coffee drinker and one day decide to cut back and stop drinking coffee entirely, chances are you’ll experience some pretty bad headaches. In this video, the folks from SciShow tell you exactly why this is happening.
I normally drink about ten cups of coffee per day but today I decided to cut back and haven’t had any caffeine but now my head hurts and I don’t know why do YOU know why!?
If the head on my beer did that I would have to quit drinking!
Caffeine has some interesting effects on your brain, but that doesn’t mean it doesn’t have some health benefits, too. Here’s how our two favorite caffeinated beverages affect your health.