Why do they put nitrogen in coffee?

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Since nitrogen doesn’t dissolve in water until it is pressurized, it forms very small bubbles, which do not change the taste of the coffee but do affect the texture. It becomes creamy, which some coffee drinkers seemed to love. The taste and texture spurred the marketing of the stuff by Stumptown Coffee Roasters.
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