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Clear coffee is here to save our teeth

Why this strange new trend might catch on.

By Katie Jones
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From Espresso Tonics to Matcha Lattes, there's a strange new world of coffee out there, and things just got even more weird.

Someone has invented the world's first clear coffee drink, and despite its similarity to a bottle of water, the brand's website promises it has been made from "high quality Arabica coffee beans" using "methods which have never been used before".

So, what's the point of drinking a clear cup of joe? Well, aside from adding a kick to cocktails, there is some logic behind it.

Slovakian David Nagy founded CLR CFF with his brother Adam when they were living in London, The Evening Standard reports. They were inspired to create the colourless drink after they got fed up with the major downside that comes with all-day coffee drinking.

"We are heavy coffee drinkers," Nagy told the newspaper. "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.”

As well as offering a caffeine fix that can be enjoyed on-the-go, the brand also prides itself on its unique formula which is free from preservatives, artificial flavours and stabilisers. A healthy ready-made coffee which protects our pearly whites? It might be worth a try, although it could become a pricey habit.

A two-pack costs approximately $10, and one bottle is said to last all day. Protecting that perfect smile doesn't come cheap.

Images: CLR CFF

Via: Cosmopolitan UK