Soylent’s new product ‘Coffiest’ marketed as ‘balanced breakfast and your morning coffee’

Soylent’s new product ‘Coffiest’ marketed as ‘balanced breakfast and your morning coffee’

Previously this week, Soylent came up with its latest product, Coffiest, marketed as ‘a balanced breakfast and your morning coffee’.

The idea about Soylent came into the mind of the founder Rob Rhinehart when he realized that food is inefficient and dumb.

The latest drink isn’t a legitimate meal replacement. The products don’t work out quite well for writers. In fact, scientists have disputed numerous claims made by Rhinehart regarding the nutritional richness of the product.

Soylent seems to be a fun emblem of some strange quasi-dystopian technofuture where people are half-machine and don’t consume actual food. It’s much like a liquid version of the Snowpiercer’s bug bars.

Alike any good tech company, Soylent has been innovating and punting fresh products at ignorant consumers. The most recent one Coffiest is the third product in the lineup of the company, standing next to the flagship Soylent 2.0 liquid food and Soylent 2.0 in powdered form. The taste of the latest liquid food is much like a chalky, less sweet version of the packed Frappuccinos.

The product doesn’t taste good. The taste of regular Soylent is much like thick, chalky soy milk, but addition of coffee into it actually shows up how synthetic the flavor is.

A single bottle of Coffiest has 400 calories. As per the mentioned ingredients of the product, the liquid food has delicious things, including Soy Protein, Alkalized Cocoa Powder, Maltodextrin, Isomaltulose, Natural Coffee Flavor, Oat Fiber, Canola Oil, Tricalcium Phosphate, High Oleic Algal Oil, Coffee powder, Isolate, Natural and Artificial Flavors, Isomaltooligosaccharide, Soy Lecithin, Potassium Chloride, Gellan Gum, Magnesium Phosphate, Salt, Choline Chloride, L-theanine and around fifteen more chemicals.

The cost of monthly supply of the product is $117. It means roughly $3.25 per bottle, slightly pocket friendly than purchasing a latte daily. Moreover, the product is vegan and nut-free, but has soy in it.

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