Instant coffee dissolving in water

Instant coffee dissolving in water

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Caption: Instant coffee dissolving in water. Instant coffee is a dried aqueous solution of roasted coffee. The drying process produces hollow particles of low density by either spray-drying or freeze-drying. The dry powder is added to water to rehydrate it and produce coffee. Coffee, from the beans of the Coffea sp. plant, contains the stimulant drug caffeine.

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Keywords: beverage, chemical, chemistry, close-up, coffea, coffee, detail, dissolved, dissolving, dried, drink, floating, food, foods, foodstuff, foodstuffs, grains, hydration, instant coffee, nutrition, physical properties, plant product, rehydrating, solvation, water

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