March 24, 2010

Le Whif Breathable Coffee - Inhale Your Single Serve Coffee One Hit at a Time


Why drink your coffee when you can inhale it? Well thanks to the creative engineering by Harvard professor David Edwards, coffee drinkers can now breathe their morning cup of coffee using Le Whif.


How does it work? Users place one end of the stick, which is about the size of a lipstick tube, to their lips, then inhale gently. 'Whiffers' intake about 100 milligrams of caffeine (which is equivalent to a small cup of espresso) and less than a single calorie with each Le Whif.

There isn't that many different coffee Whifs to enjoy just yet, but they expect to add more in the future. The sticks do come in three additional flavors--chocolate, raspberry chocolate, and mint chocolate--and, according to Le Whif's global operations manager the company is working on 'an inhalable three-course meal. Sounds like Wonka magic to us.

Via Huffington Post

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Posted by Jay Brewer at March 24, 2010 7:43 AM
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Makes perfect sense that some caffeine injection system with tastes-like-dirt dust would be featured as "coffee" on a site that promotes pod coffee systems as "quality"...

Posted by: brian at March 31, 2010 11:05 AM
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