Advantages of instant coffee include the speed of preparation (instant coffee dissolves quickly in hot water), and long shelf life, though instant coffee can spoil if not kept dry. The Nescafé brand, which introduced a more advanced coffee refining process, was launched in 1938. SHOW MORE
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Instant coffee is available in powder or granulated form contained in glass and plastic jars, sachets, or tins. The user controls the strength of the resulting product by adding less or more powder to the water, ranging from thin "coffee water" to very strong and concentrated syrupy coffee.
Instant coffee is also convenient for preparing iced coffee like the Greek frappé.
In some countries, such as Portugal, Spain, and India, instant coffee is commonly mixed with hot milk instead of boiling water. In other countries, such as South Korea, instant coffee commonly comes pre-mixed with non-dairy creamer and sugar and is called "coffee mix". Said to have been popularised in the UK by GIs during World War II, instant coffee still accounts for over 75 percent of coffee bought to drink in British homes, as opposed to well under 10 percent in the U.S. and France and one percent in Italy.
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