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6 Ways to Keep your Coffee Beans Looking and Tasting Fresh

This is a discussion on 6 Ways to Keep your Coffee Beans Looking and Tasting Fresh within the Coffee Beans & Espresso Beans forums, part of the Coffee Addicts category; Dark Roasted Coffee is like carbon. It will absolve anything in the air. That is the one of the reason why you should keep the ...

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    Dark Roasted Coffee is like carbon. It will absolve anything in the air. That is the one of the reason why you should keep the coffee air tight container. Also storing coffee in the refrigerator with very strong food like fish, cheese, and other things that would spoil the taste of coffee is recommended.

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    I buy only what I consume in a week, about a half-pound whole bean, and keep them in a cheap glass container (the kind with the spring clip closure thingie and rubber gasket) up in a cabinet.

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    thanks for those great tips. I am embarrassed to admit that for a long time I did store my coffee beans in the fridge/freezer
    Thanks

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    FWIW I store my beans in a mason/ball jar and vacuum the air out after I make my coffee. Then the jar is stored in a cabinet. I buy my beans from a store that gets them from a local roaster. the beans are already 1-4 weeks old at that point and it takes me about 2 weeks to go through a jar.

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    Thanks for the great advice!

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    Thanks for sharing this.

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    Yes, I also just buy what I can consume for the whole week. If I am to store it in the fridge, i try not to store anything else on it as it takes the taste of what ever is inside with it.

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    I would like to thank for your suggestions about Coffee beans. Its very helpful to all.

 

 
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