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Chilling beans in Indonesia: the key to the perfect coffee

New processing technique creates richer aroma, taste, claims Japanese company

Key Coffee's new technology matures coffee cherries at near-freezing temperatures before removing their outer skin and pulp.

TOKYO -- A Japanese coffee company has developed a technique it promises will soon deliver a richer, better-tasting brew -- and given a whole new meaning to the term "iced coffee" in the process.

Key Coffee claims that chilling whole coffee cherries right after harvest leads to enhanced taste and aroma in the roasted beans.

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