We create delicious products through fermentation. Our product: Beanless coffee, crafted to conserve. As in: Forbes, Fast Company, NYT, Wired, TechCrunch, Food Entreprenuer Minus produces coffee using 94% less water than traditional coffee, 91% less GHG emissions, and shorter supply chains. Minus was developed by a team of coffee-obsessed, planet-loving scientists. How did they do this exactly? They subtracted the beans, kept the caffeine, and dialed up the flavor through a precise fermentation process. Minus is dangerously smooth and consciously created; even the most discerning coffee snobs won't believe it's beanless.Something looks off?