Introducing "Clear Coffee" To Avoid Coffee-Stained Teeth. Enter Our Starbucks #CoffeeGiveaway!

SheSpeaksTeam By SheSpeaksTeam 04.19.17

If your coffee habit has you checking out all of the latest advancements in teeth whitening technology, then a new endeavor to take the color out of coffee might entice you. A new product called Clr Cff is - you guessed it - as clear as water. But somehow it still manages to be made with genuine coffee beans and a nice kick of caffeine.

How would you like your coffee - with milk, sugar or added flavors? Enter below to win a $25 Starbucks gift card so you can have your coffee any way you like (other than clear!)

Mashable reports about the clear coffee beverage created by brothers Adam and David Nagy that promises not to stain teeth. How did the Nagy brothers take the color out of coffee? They aren’t saying, but they do promise there are no preservatives, artificial flavours, sweeteners, or stabilisers.

The Clr Cff website lists Arabica coffee beans and pure water as ingredients and boasts, “If you are looking for a refreshing coffee but you want to keep your smile white, then Clear Coffee is perfect for you!” The makers of Clr Cff also say that their product is the first clear coffee beverage in the world made with the help of “methods which have never been used before.”

Though traditional coffee drinkers may scoff at drinking cold clear coffee out of a glass bottle, the benefits of sipping a stainless brew just may encourage some of us to give it a try. Unfortunately, shoppers in the U.S. may have to wait a while to try Clr Cff as it is currently only available in the U.K. and Slovakia.

How do you like your coffee - with milk, sugar, or with added flavors? Would you like to try it clear? Tell us for the chance to win a $25 Starbucks gift card.

There are two ways to enter:

Simply comment below and tell us how you drink your coffee and what you think about Clr Cff.


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*One lucky commenter or Tweeter will be chosen at random to receive a $25 Starbucks gift card. Giveaway is open through May 7th, 2017 to U.S. residents at least 18 years of age. Entrants must be a member of SheSpeaks. If you are not a member, click here to join. Winner will be notified by email.

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  • joannie631 By joannie631


  • ooster1 By ooster1

    I drink my coffee with cream and sugar as I do not like the bitterness of it. Clear coffee sounds like an interesting idea.

  • Ladybug3186 By Ladybug3186

    I love it creamy but not to sweet... Clr coffee looks amazing. Especially for someone like me who has certain health issues that make coffee drinking difficult.

  • mokitty87 By mokitty87

    Coffee with cream and sugar, and occasionally a macchiato

  • redhead90 By redhead90

    I'd try it but there is something special about a strong cup of coffee

  • Jpratt9165 By Jpratt9165

    Cream, 2 sugars, dash of cold water. I drink coffee all day long.

  • Jonesy12739 By Jonesy12739

    I always drink my coffee with a splash of creamer. Clear coffee is a genius idea to not worry about the awful coffee stained teeth!

  • January By January

    I like mine with sugar and a flavored creamer it's the best

  • This_is_Kammie By This_is_Kammie

    I typically drink my coffee with cream and a little sugar. I honestly don't know what to think about clear coffee....

  • PTrenny By PTrenny

    I like my coffee with a spoonful of hot cocoa. I think Clr Cff is so unique and would love to try them one day.

  • PTrenny By PTrenny

  • obeezer By obeezer

    I add flavored non-dairy creamer (coconut milk or almond milk) to my coffee.

  • dotbabejules By dotbabejules

    Please pick me. Sounds amazing.

  • Robjazpatriciatam By Robjazpatriciatam

    Coffee without color sounds interesting but I wonder if it taste good. I think this will throw coffee drinkers Off as for me I would try it!

  • CheeseBear386 By CheeseBear386

    I like my coffee with lots of chocolate! I think clear coffee would be interesting to try ... but I don't know if it could beat a java chip frappucino!

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