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Clear Coffee That Won’t Stain Your Teeth Is NOW Here!

In the past, it would have been safe to say that whoever discovered the magical elixir of life known to us as coffee, was probably the best person in the whole world.

After all we're quite certain that not many people out there can get through a day at work without slamming at least one cup of liquid caffeine, and if you can well then your will power is certainly stronger ours.

But we've probably all also noticed the one flaw that coffee has, and that is that it's rich, brown colour stains everything in it's path.

Whether it's our teeth or our favourite shirt that cops the brown tinge, it's definitely not ideal and can be super embarrassing.

That is until now! Because some genius out there (the newest winner of the best person in the whole world) has invented, wait for it... CLEAR COFFEE!

That's right, this game changing drink was announced by CLR CFF and it is apparently an exact replica in taste to a potent cold brew coffee, but it is completely transparent.

The master minds behind this invention are two brothers from the Uk, who treated "high-quality arabica coffee beans" with "methods which have never been used before."

One of the brothers, David Nagy, spoke to the Evening Standard about the invention saying, "We are heavy coffee drinkers. 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."

Not only can you save your teeth from stains during the day, but now your after five drink can keep your pearly whites, well white as well, with bartenders in the U.K starting to use the invention in their coffee flavoured cocktails.

At the moment the concoction is available in the U.K for about $7.50 Australian, which will get you two two-hundred millilitre bottles, which is definitely cheaper than paying for whitening toothpaste to fix the stain problem.

So what do you think? Is this the new fad soy latte?

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