Coffee vapes are now a thing, and experts worry they could get never-smokers hooked on e-cigs

Sam Mellish / In Pictures via Getty Images A new coffee vape purports to be a novel way for coffee-lovers to fuel up on caffeine, without having to drink it. It's not clear whether this coffee vape, which the company behind it says is "extracted from real coffee," has enough caffeine to deliver an effective jolt.  Experts say that in addition to potentially causing lung harm, coffee vapes may be nothing more than a flavor-fueled way to get people hooked on vaping other substances, including nicotine. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. If you don't have time for a cup of coffee, just inhale it.  A new vaporizer billed as delivering "coffee you can breathe" is showing up on Facebook ads, and coffee-lovers are curious about how it might feel to vape their daily caffeine. See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: How Juul went from a $38 billion darling to uncertain future and FDA investigationSee Also:Target just released its Black Friday ad. Here's how 'The Target Effect' gets customers to spend more money than they were expecting.The best bras of 2019The best tote bags of 2019