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And about the coffee: I’m a trained coffee tester and know quite a bit about how coffee is produced. Coffee and tea have the same molecule and this molecule is hydrosoluble. Which means it gets into the water when coffee is made. So it’s not the size of the cup that counts, but how much coffee was used to make it, and importantly, how much time water traveled through the coffee to get the caffeine out. Therefore a cup of soluble coffee will have more caffeine in it than an espresso, because simply put, all of the coffee is still in there and will never go away.
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