If you’re caffeine-sensitive or just trying to cut down, your coffee-shop options can be limited. So what if you could simply remove the caffeine from your favourite brew?
Seattle-based Decafino is aiming to solve this problem with a Kickstarter campaign. It’s a straightforward concept: slip a teabag-like pouch in your brewed coffee, and a few minutes later you have a decaffeinated drink.
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