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  1. #21
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    Coffee stays extremely fresh after being ground for a maximum of 7 days. the next 7 days is only fresh, and after that you can't call it fresh just call it coffee. and after the 3 month period its just stale.

    It typically takes 7 days for coffee to lose 10% of its POWER/FLAVOR/Oils.

    hope that helps
    good luck
    Yasar Pervaiz
    Senior Coffee Tech
    ASAP Espresso Services LLC
    espressogurus.com

  2. #22
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    Assuming we are talking whole bean roasted coffee... I find coffee is best within 2 weeks of roast. After 4-6 weeks it starts losing flavors... It all depends on the coffee, storage and roast level.

  3. #23
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    shouldnt coffee last long if kept in the right conditions? cool dry and away fro direct sunlight or heat should be able to prologn the lifespan of the beans. and do the beans taste better if you longer like wine?

 

 
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