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Coffee may refer to either the beverage, coffee beans, or just the flavor. See also http://coffee.stackexchange.com/, a dedicated site for coffee. Questions *purely* about coffee can be asked there, but cooking questions involving coffee are definitely best asked here.

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We've developed a new way to flavor coffee. It's called "INBRU" and it let's you flavor any coffee - dark roast, light roast, decaf.. - in the brew basket. It's made from recycled American rice hulls … and it's pretty amazing. Inbru adds no calories or sweetness. Inbru is not a "whitener." It's simply a way to flavor coffee as you desire. You can check it out at inbru.com …
answered Sep 29 '10 by Howard