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An Investigation of the Shelf Life of Cold Brew Coffee and the Influence of Extraction Temperature Using Chemical Microbial and Sensory Analysis

  title={An Investigation of the Shelf Life of Cold Brew Coffee and the Influence of Extraction Temperature Using Chemical Microbial and Sensory Analysis},
  author={Samuel Nicholas Lopane},
Cold brew coffee is a product with rapidly growing market share – it offers the potential for high quality, a unique flavor profile, a position within the growing specialty coffee world, and RTD (ready-to-drink) convenience. However, there is little published information around the exact chemical and microbial characteristics of cold brew to verify producers’ claims and allow for an accurate prediction of shelf life. This study examined the shelf-life of cold and hot water extraction coffees… 

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