April 14, 2017

Clear Coffee from Arabica Coffee Beans. Possible?

Slovakian brothers created clear coffee. David and Adam Nagy, founders of the company CLR CFF, spent three months making clear colored coffee from freshly roasted Arabica beans. Creators have not revealed how they managed to produce a liquid as clear as water. So this is not like the white coffee as we know it in Lebanon as "ahwe bayda or cafe blanc"


They say that the reason they developed it to avoid staining their teeth. The production method is based on physical processing and doesn’t include any chemicals,” they say. 

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