It’s one of those questions I’ve always wondered about. And maybe you have too. Just how do they extract caffeine from coffee beans? In the first episode of a new Mental Floss series, “Big Questions,” a guy named Craig, rocking a tight t shirt, gives us some answers. If I’m guessing right, the video relies fairly heavily on this Scientific American article from 1999. It helps demystify the process a little more.

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  • Viku Gonchar says:

    Decaf coffee making process is not an easy process. There has to present a good set of skills coming from the roasters and the video proves it.

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