Freshen Up Your Sips with These 6 Proven Tips
We all know that a warm cup of coffee in a trusty Beast Tumbler in the morning is an absolute must to kickstart our day; but what about the not-so-welcome side effect – coffee breath?
Cover your mouth no more, because we've brewed up a list of tried-and-true ways to banish that coffee breath for good.
Grab your favorite coffee tumbler and get ready to learn how to keep your mornings smelling fresh with our top six tips for destroying coffee breath.
Sip and Swish
After savoring your morning coffee, don't forget the follow-up act: a refreshing glass of water. Sipping water immediately after coffee can be a game-changer in your quest to banish coffee breath.
Not only does it help wash away lingering coffee residue, but it also prevents your mouth from drying out, which can intensify bad breath. Remember to swish the water around in your mouth for a few seconds to ensure it reaches all the nooks and crannies.
Chew Sugar-Free Gum or Mints
It may be obvious, but keeping sugar-free gum or mints on hand can be your secret weapon against coffee breath. The trick is here to make sure they're sugar-free to avoid introducing new odors and potential dental issues.
These little heroes not only provide a burst of minty freshness but also stimulate saliva production. Saliva is your body's natural defense against bad breath, as it helps rinse away coffee particles and keeps your mouth moist and odor-free.
Tongue Scraper Magic
Did you know that a significant portion of coffee breath originates from the residue on your tongue's surface? That's where a tongue scraper comes to the rescue.
Investing in a tongue scraper can be a game-changer in your battle against coffee breath, and the best part is they’re pretty cheap and easy to use. Just gently scrape your tongue's surface to remove any leftover coffee and other debris to instantly improve your breath's freshness.
The Power of Mouthwash
Don't underestimate the power of a good mouthwash. Opt for an alcohol-free mouthwash with antibacterial properties to kill odor-causing bacteria and neutralize coffee odors.
Also, make sure to choose a mouthwash flavor that compliments coffee's aroma. That way, you're not just masking the scent, but effectively neutralizing it.
Opt for Lighter Roasts
Dealing with stubborn coffee breath that just won’t go away? Consider switching to lighter coffee roasts. Lighter roasts tend to have a milder flavor profile and can be gentler on your taste buds and your breath. While it won't eliminate coffee breath entirely, it can certainly help reduce its intensity.
When you're in need of a quick breath freshener, consider reaching for a healthy snack. Alkaline foods like apples, celery, and especially watermelon can work wonders in neutralizing coffee odors and providing a pleasant burst of freshness. Plus, they offer the added benefit of being good for your overall health.
10 oz Mini Beast Tumbler
Just like a bigger Beast - just mini
Available in 12 color options
Reusable Stainless Steel
• Available in three sizes and three colors
• Keeps your drinks hot or cold all day long
• Sweat-proof exterior and leak-proof lid
• Made from 18/8 stainless steel, BPA-free