Clear coffee is now a reality thanks to the makers of CLR CFF. Two brothers in the U.K. invented it […]
Clear coffee is now a reality thanks to the makers of CLR CFF.
Two brothers in the U.K. invented it by treating “high-quality Arabica coffee beans” with “methods which have never been used before.”
According to, the coffee is made with only the highest quality fresh roasted Arabica coffee beans with no preservatives, stabilizers, sugar or sweeteners
«We are heavy coffee drinkers,» cofounder David Nagy told The Evening Standard. «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.»
They’re keeping their production process top-secret.
Right now it’s available in the U.K. at £5.99 (about $7.50) for two 200-ml bottles.