How do I remove the bitter taste from coffee?

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To remove bitterness from coffee, add a little salt to it. This neutralises the bitter taste. You can also remove bitterness by brewing your coffee with a little salt and water. When filtered, there is no taste of salt or bitterness at all. Consider cleaning your machines since left over grinds may have accumulated leaving your coffee bitter.
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