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    I've been told by several Roasters that if the coffee is still vacuumed sealed, it's good up to one year! If it's been opened, up to 3 weeks for maximum freshness.

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    How the coffee is packed is very important to preserve it.

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    I'm going to say 7 day's for best taste! I'm picky.
    I'm a web nerd for a Coffee Roaster Automation Company in Michigan. Let's talk green beans!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TEAMCOFFEE View Post
    How the coffee is packed is very important to preserve it.
    what kind of packaging would be best for preserving the coffee? also would it be the same for ground or roasted beans?
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    Just kind of curious.... As we all know, most of instant coffee is often packaged in vacuum sealed jars and many ground coffees also.
    but for roasted beans, the preferred method of packaging is valve-sealed bag.
    is this valve bag better than vacuum bag for roasted beans?
    which one will actually taste better within 15 days and which one will last longer (preserving the flavors longer)????
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    What is the best temperature to storage roasted bean coffee? Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by TEAMCOFFEE View Post
    What is the best temperature to storage roasted bean coffee? Thanks
    Cool and dark place in a opaque container. Beans hate sun light and high temp, nor humidity. so probably 60F to 65 should be perfect.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ensoluna View Post
    Cool and dark place in a opaque container. Beans hate sun light and high temp, nor humidity. so probably 60F to 65 should be perfect.
    Thanks ensoluna!

 

 
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