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Will Instant Coffee Dissolve in Cold Water?

Will Instant Coffee Dissolve in Cold Water?

JD JD
2 minute read

The answer is, yes, instant coffee does dissolve in cold water. In fact, because our coffee is brewed as a cold brew before the instant process, it dissolves instantly in cold water. So if you’re looking for convenience, instant coffee is a good option. If you're looking for convenience and quality, House of Word Coffee is a great option.

How great is it to be able to have a cold brew in seconds? Normally, you have to grind, load and steep your coffee for at least 16 hours for a decent brew. All this while spending large amounts of money on buckets, filters, grinders and not to mention all the space these tools require. Add to this all the cleanup and we probably wouldn't make more than 10 of these! The tools would be stowed away and left to collect dust. There is no better option for homemade cold brew than a pouch of House of Word Coffee, cold water and ice. 

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House of Word Coffee is 100% Arabica coffee made with a proprietary instant cold brew process. The ground coffee is brewed first as a cold brew: slow steeped in cold water, filtered and clarified, and then dehydrated for an instant cup that is much smoother than a traditional instant brew.  our full-bodied, medium-roast coffee boasts notes of chocolate and caramel.

Using only premium beans sourced from the ecologically sensitive regions of Kodagu and Chikmagalur districts of Karnataka, within the Western Ghats of South India, House of Word coffee is sourced from one of the world's unique biodiversity hotspots. Coffee contributes significantly to sustain the unique biodiversity and is also responsible for the socio-economic development in the region.

So, will instant coffee dissolve in cold water? Absolutely!

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