New Soylent Product Wants to Stop You from Enjoying Breakfast

New Soylent Product Wants to Stop You from Enjoying Breakfast

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Ariel Knutson
Aug 9, 2016
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Soylent, the meal replacement drink that came out of Silicon Valley, announced a new product offering today: Coffiest. This new beverage wants to help you replace your breakfast and morning cup of coffee. The drink is comprised of Soylent 2.0 and an added 150 mg of caffeine (a small cup at Starbucks is 260 mg).

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CEO and Founder Rob Rhinehart of Solyent says of the drink: "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!"

Yeah, I'm just not convinced that this thing will taste as great as my favorite breakfast sandwich and morning cup of coffee. In fact, the day that I enthusiastically choose this sad-looking beverage over these things is the day that I've officially lost my tastebuds. But hey, cheers to the future!

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The breakfast replacement is currently available on the Soylent website. If you're in the United States of Canada you get a whole case of Coffiest for $39.

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