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Coffiest

by Theresa Christine Johnson on 08/11/2016 | 3 Minute Read

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Coffiest is coffee, but better. Instead of leaving you to put together a breakfast in the morning, Coffiest does the work for you, combining the nutrients you need and the coffee and caffeine you crave.

Designed in-house at Soylent, the beverage is part coffee, part soylent—the convenient and nutritious beverage that could very well be the food of the future. The company is a pioneer in food technology that aims to expand access to quality nutrition. Not only does Coffiest make breakfast a no-brainer, but for every case of Coffiest (and their newest Soylent Bars) Soylent also donates $0.25 to the World Food Programme, the largest humanitarian agency fighting hunger worldwide.

“Coffiest includes approximately 150 mg of caffeine per bottle to kickstart the morning. Coffiest is now available for convenient online ordering at www.soylent.com in the U.S. and Canada.”

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Soylent CEO and Founder Rob Rhinehart states, “Breakfast sets the tone for the entire day, but busy people all too often skip it entirely. Now with Coffiest you can get the nutrition your body needs enhanced with caffeine and l-theanine as mild nootropics. It also tastes great!”

“Made with real coffee, each bottle of Coffiest offers a comprehensive nutritional profile with the added benefits of a caffeinated beverage and rich coffee flavor. Coffiest also includes 75 mg of L-theanine per bottle to promote relaxation without drowsiness and works in concert with caffeine to boost cognitive performance. Coffiest, like its predecessors, is designed from the ground-up to provide the vitamins, minerals, fats, carbohydrates, and protein that the body needs - all in a convenient, ready-to-drink package. Each bottle of Coffiest contains 20 percent of the daily recommended values for all essential vitamins and minerals and a macronutrient profile of 47 percent calories from lipids, 33 percent calories from carbohydrates and 20 percent calories from protein.”

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Coffiest adopts the same minimalist approach that regular Soylent has, featuring a bottle that is black on top and white on the bottom. This reflects that coffee flavor the beverage has but the nutritional qualities that Soylent strives to put into their products. The colorblock design is bold and straightforward, and a minimal amount of text keeps the bottle looking sleek and modern.

“In addition to Coffiest’s debut, Soylent will introduce a new product category with Soylent Bar. Soylent Bar offers the same complete nutrition, but in a lighter, more portable form factor. With only 250 calories, Soylent Bar makes an excellent snack or small meal, with a macronutrient breakdown of 38 percent calories from lipids, 43 percent calories from carbohydrates, and 19 percent calories from protein in each bar, providing one eighth of an average adult’s recommended dietary needs.”

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Designed by Soylent

Country: United States

City: Los Angeles, CA

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