World’s first colorless coffee promises not to stain your teeth

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LONDON — Finally, a way to enjoy your coffee without staining your teeth.

A British-based company says it has come out with the first colorless coffee on the market.

The company says the coffee, called CLRCFF, is made from Arabica beans and pure water by using what it says are “methods which have never been used before.”

It can be bought in London or online. A two-pack of 200-milliliter bottles costs $7.50.

The website warns delivery could take up to four weeks because of a “huge amount of orders.”

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