Why does coffee with milk put fuzz on your teeth?

Answer Maybe because milk makes your mouth all yacky anyway and coffee is a diuretic so you dehydrate as well, double whammy.

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Does drinking coffee with a lot of milk really lower the caffeine content?

You are absolutely right. Pretty smart. The only way to lower the caffeine is to limit the amount of coffee. So, pour a half cup of coffee and fill the rest with warm milk. Cafe au lait. Ole!