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With its charming flavor and unique legend, Dutch coffee is a method of extracting coffee for a long time with cold water. It is believed that Dutch sailors who transported coffee from Southeast Asian colonies to Europe were designed to drink coffee on board. Dutch coffee has a unique flavor that can not be found in any other coffee. The taste and aroma vary according to the period of ripening, and it has the nickname of "coffee wine". A well-matched Dutch coffee gives a scent similar to a wine and leaves a feeling of intense as well as a properly extracted espresso.
Dutch coffee is a method of extracting coffee for a long time using cold water.
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