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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

 

 
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