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says this method produces a drink with less caffeine than traditional hot-brewed coffee; another says it actually contains more caffeine. On the one hand, there's the heat in the traditional method … . On the other hand, the beans are in contact with the water for twelve hours in the cold method. It seems as if the caffeine content could be identical? While the beans used will, of course, alter the outcome, does anyone know for certain if cold-brewed coffee has more or less caffeine than hot-brewed? …
asked Jul 18 '10 by goblinbox