- Jun 8, 2009
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Because drinking or eating caffeine is too slow, and snorting caffeine is still frowned upon by polite society: a Harvard biomedical engineering professor, David A. Edwards, has just launched Le Whif, a line of chocolate and coffee products that you can consume just by breathing them in, nationwide.
Chocolate Le Whif sounds innocuous enough, if too good to be true: Switched writes that while it has the taste of chocolate, its a zero-calorie treat. The evil, yet more deeply intriguing, of the two Le Whifs, at least to us, has got to be the Coffee Le Whif. Forget the flavor of coffee: Each hit delivers 100 milligrams of caffeine as much as a cup of espresso.
According to the Harvard Crimson, over the past nine months, Le Whif has sold more than 60,000 tubes, and its nationwide debut entails producing roughly 100,000 tubes a week starting in April. By far the most absurd pull quote in the article:
Le Whifs global operations manager Thomas D. Hadfield 08 said that the company plans to launch new flavors this year and hopes to produce an inhalable three-course meal in the indefinite future.
Le Whif - Breathable Coffee - This Can't End Badly | Geekosystem
AND ZERO CALORIE CHOCOLATE!!!!