Friday, June 8, 2018

Instant coffee

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Instant coffee, also called instant coffee and ground coffee, is a beverage derived from brewed beans. Instant coffee is generally produced for commercial purposes, either through frozen drying or spray drying, and afterwards it can be rehydrated. Instant coffee in concentrated liquid form is also produced.

Examples of popular instant coffee brands are MikiCafe, Extra, Folgers, Maxwell House, Nescafé, and Starbucks VIA.

The advantage of instant coffee is the speed at which it presents (instant coffee can be dissolved in hot water), lower weight and volume in shipment when compared to coffee beans, and more durable.

Instant coffee was invented and patented in 1890 by David Strang of Invercargill, New Zealand, with patent number 3518.