Thursday, 20 April 2017

Would You Drink Colourless Coffee?

it is a tricky question,

 we all know what coffee looks like but would our brains be fooled into thinking an almost clear liquid is not really coffee? after getting tired of looking for a coffee drink that had the natural flavor they loved so much but didn’t stain their teeth, David and Adam Nagy, two Slovakian brothers who like strong coffee and their teeth white, decided to create it themselves, called CLR CFF, their innovative drink is exactly what it sounds like, clear coffee, without the vowel, the Nagy brothers claim that CLR CFF is made solely from high-quality Arabica coffee beans and pure water, with no preservatives, artificial flavors, sweeteners or sugars added,

it apparently took them three months to come up with a colourless coffee that actually retains its flavors, but for now they are keeping the recipe a secret, all they are willing to say is that it is made solely through “physical processing” that involves “methods which have never been used before”, and that an additional amount of caffeine is added after the brewing process, the sad news is that the world’s first colourless coffee is currently available only in the UK and Slovakia, at a high price of £5.99 for two 200-ml clear-glass bottles, it is definitely not cheap, but it’s also not much more expensive than a quality coffee shop would charge, and I guess the wow factor somewhat justifies the price tag, You can also order a 5-pack of CLR CFF for £14.99 online, but you’ll have to wait a bit before you get to drink any of it, the company is currently running about 4 weeks behind on deliveries, and no I am not on commission and I do not worry about the staining of my teeth, I was just interested if my brain would be fooled into thinking I was drinking hot water!

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