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#1

Vintage Shaver
Seattle, WA
Sacrilege - coming soon right here where I live.

https://atomocoffee.com/

https://b-townblog.com/2020/08/11/led-by...to-market/
John
#2

Administrator
Philadelphia, PA
can't say that I've ever heard of molecular coffee..interesting!
Tu ne cede malis, sed contra audentior ito.
#3

Super Moderator
San Diego, Cal., USA
I don't think I'll have to worry about this for a while.
#4

Posting Freak
Canada
(This post was last modified: 08-12-2020, 03:36 AM by celestino. Edited 1 time in total.)
Good thing I don't drink coffee.   Big Grin
Celestino
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#5
Classic case of fixing the unbroken. Just help high quality coffee producers navigate inconveniences a little.
#6

Super Moderator
Sounds like instant coffee - another product of modern science.  I'll stick with the real bean. Big Grin

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#7
Only the real thing for me. Preferably roasted by my own hands. It will be interesting to see if they can actually label it as coffee as they seem to think they can.

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#8

Super Moderator
San Diego, Cal., USA
(08-12-2020, 06:02 PM)CincyDawg Wrote: Only the real thing for me. Preferably roasted by my own hands. It will be interesting to see if they can actually label it as coffee as they seem to think they can.

I was wondering the same thing. Confused2

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#9

Member
Central Maine
Since I don't drink coffee regularly I'd try a cup knowing that it wasn't really coffee. It might get rid of the most annoying characteristic of coffee drinking for me. It contains a diuretic that is most annoying. Caffeine? When I need that I drink a caffeinated beverage, like Uptime (when I can get it), the one for folks in ketosis, or I take a caffeine tablet.
#10

Geezer
New Brunswick, Canada
(This post was last modified: 08-23-2020, 04:29 AM by John Rose. Edited 1 time in total.)
Quote:Atomo sources pits, seeds, stems, and leaves from local US farmers – upcycling plant material typically thrown away – and giving it a second life as a molecular coffee ingredient. Some examples of plants we have worked with are watermelon seeds and sunflower seed husks, though we are still working on our final formula. 95% of our ingredients (by weight) are from upcycled sustainable plants.
Sounds . . . vague. 
And mildly disturbing.
"Soylent Brown"?

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Do you have to brew it with micellar water?  Confused


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