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Direct Method: The direct process of decaffeinating coffee involves the use of certain chemical solvents, to absorb the caffeine present in the coffee beans. Methylene chloride and ethyl acetate are two types of chemical solvents, that can be used for this process. The coffee beans are initially steamed for 30 minutes, before the actual process starts. After steaming, these beans are soaked in any of these solvents for about 10 hours. Then the caffeine content solvent and the coffee beans are separated and the steps are repeated, until maximum percentage of caffeine is removed from the coffee beans. When ethyl acetate is used as a solvent, the process is called naturally decaffeinated coffee process, since, ethyl acetate is found naturally in certain fruits. But the ethyl acetate used as solvent for the process is artificially produced.
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Since then, the frapp has gained immense popularity, serving as the prime breakfast drink for many Greeks. Affectionately called the 'National Drink of Greece', the Greeks have taken it with them wherever they went, spreading its popularity even more.
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