Instant Coffee Was Invented By a Brilliant Man


The prefix ‘instant’ means “occurring without delay; immediate.” Instant coffee happens to be prepared using hot water, so it is not an entirely accurate term. 

It might also make you think of coffee that has been instantized, which is a form of freeze-drying coffee and has nothing to do with the word ‘instant.’

Most of us like coffee and we like it to be made readily available everywhere. But, while we love having our choice between a variety of drinks and flavors at cafes, there is one thing we all hate- waiting for your order. 

And that’s where instant coffee comes in! It was invented by a man who was tired of waiting for coffee and decided to expedite the process. Lucky for us, as we do not have to stand in long lines at cafes now!

To make instant coffee stronger, simply add more powder to the water you’ve used. You can also try using less water if it is too strong for your taste. Another way to make your instant coffee stronger is by using less water when mixing. 

You may also want to consider purchasing a travel mug, which will hold in the heat of the drink better.

Maybe you’ve never even heard of an instant coffee maker before! But they’ve been around since 1903 when someone named Satori Kato created one for his Seattle-based company, which eventually became the Tassimo brand.

Instant coffee was invented by a brilliant man who wanted to make good coffee easily accessible to the majority of people. He was frustrated about how it took time and effort to make a cup of coffee, but he knew that only the wealthy could afford to make good coffee at home. 

He never intended his invention for commercial use, but after years of making instant, drinkable coffee powder, he sold his invention to Nestle.

And, poof! Nestle produces many of the best instant coffees in the world!

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