Clear Coffee Is Now Here To Protect Your Teeth From Stains

Clear Coffee Is Now Here To Protect Your Teeth From Stains

So the one problem with coffee they still haven't solved?

Two Slovakian brothers are promising to protect coffee lovers from stained teeth with a concoction they're calling the world's "first colorless coffee drink".

The clear caffeinated java called CLR CFF is sold in bottles for just under $4 each. Like many other people we struggled with the teeth stains caused by it. According to the brothers, the coffee is made only with water, Arabica coffee beans and caffeine.

Brothers David and Adam Nagy said the coffee is safe and does not contain any chemicals or sweeteners. They mentioned that there was nothing on the market to soothe their issues, so they chose to create their own recipe.

Do you like coffee, but you hate what it stains your teeth?

The coffee is now available online (shipping to the U.S.) and at Selfridges and Whole Foods Market stores in the UK. Reporters at Metro in the United Kingdom took it for a test spin, and describe the taste as "odd but not unpleasant". "In fact, it's very drinkable".

Right now it's available in the £5.99 (about $7.50) for two 200-milliliter bottles, which is pricey, but not that much more expensive than Starbucks.

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