I'm about to blow your mind. Are you sitting down? How's your blood pressure? I don't want to accidentally send you to the hospital, so you better be in mint condition. I'm serious. This is your final warning.
Two genius brothers (probably gods in disguise) created something called Clear Coffee. Yup. You read it right. This transparent beverage is made of roasted Arabica coffee beans, water, and caffeine. It's a low-calorie drink that contains zero preservatives, sweeteners, stabilizers, and sugars.
The best part? It tastes like a potent cold brew. I love cold brew because you get the blast of flavor without the bitter aftertaste. But what kind of person would sample this strange nectar? A lovable klutz. That's who.
Maybe you want to keep your pearly whites, well, white. Maybe you're tired of spilling coffee all over your shirt. Well, Clear Coffee is the solution to all your coffee-related problems. In other words, you can get your caffeine fix without the unnecessary hassle.
So, I believe this futurustic looking drink is a real game changer, but I want to know what the Internet thinks. Do they love it? Are they rioting? Sigh. I'm opening a can of worms, aren't I?
Some people are SUPER into it
Thankfully, most people are open-minded. The majority seems to love the idea of coffee that doesn't stain your teeth or clothes. It's a really unique take on such a traditional drink. But what of the skeptics and rabble-rousers? After all, the Internet is chock-full of them.
Unleash the skeptics!
A healthy dose of skepticism goes a long way. I mean, we live in a society where fake news spreads like wildfire. But, for me, I see no harm in stepping outside your comfort zone and trying something new. Maybe Clear Coffee will be your new favorite beverage.
Where can I get it?
As of right now, U.S. customers can order Clear Coffee from the main website. I placed an order this morning and was surprised when I received a near-immediate response from one of the co-founders. Cool, right? A two-pack will cost you about $6.33 (US dollars), which is a bit expensive, but if you're serious about coffee, then I say go for it.