Clear coffee is a thing, and it looks like the morning drink of the future

If you like your coffee strong and you need at least one (or five) cups to get you through the day, there’s one downside that doesn’t involve feeling super shaky: stained teeth. There may be a solution to this and DON’T WORRY — it doesn’t involve cutting back on your daily fix. Clear coffee could be your futuristic morning drink, thanks to CLR CFF, a transparent coffee created by two brothers who understand the struggle to keep your teeth white without giving up that much-needed caffeine.

The clear coffee is created by treating “high-quality Arabica coffee beans” with “methods which have never been used before,” according to Delish. There’s no need to add sugar or milk to this pure coffee drink — so it’s pretty convenient, too.

"We are heavy coffee drinkers. Like many other people we struggled with the teeth stains caused by it," co-founder David Nagy told The Evening Standard. "There was nothing on the market that would suit our needs so we decided to create our own recipe."

The clear coffee looks like a bottle of water, but it’s a “potent cold brew,” according to The Standard. Nagy assured the outlet that each bottle is big enough to last a full day and, based on his track record as a caffeine devotee, I trust his judgement.

"Because of the hectic lifestyle, we wanted to make a refreshing ready-to-drink coffee which provides the boost, but is low in calories," Nagy explained.

But wait, it gets better — if you love coffee libations, CLR CFF is already being used by mixologists.

You’ll have to shell out £5.99 ($7.50) for two 200-ml bottles — but if each lasts for a full day and you typically run to your local coffee shop multiple times, you’ll probably break even. Plus, your pearly whites will thank you.