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Coffee that is brewed with hot water produces a more acidic and lighter coffee, while coffee brewed with cold water produces a less acidic and stronger coffee. This is because the slower extraction process of cold brew leaves more minerals and oils behind in the bean for a richer taste, while espresso does not take as long to extract all chemicals from the bean creating a sharper flavor. Cold brewing preserves natural flavors and removes bitterness after just 12-24 hours which leads to better tasting coffee than traditional methods.
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