Decaffeination

Decaffeination is the act of eliminating caffeine from coffee beans, cocoa, tea leaves and other caffeine-containing products. In spite of removal of the majority of caffeine, many decaffeinated beverages still have around 1– 2% of the initial caffeine staying in them, and research study has found that certain decaffeinated coffee beverages can include around 20% of the original caffeine. In the […] This dictionary word firstly appeared at The Dictionary of Coffee Terms, a website publishes and maintains a free online coffee and espresso related Dictionary.

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