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    In addition for you to achieve that perfect cup, always make sure your storage procedures are correct.

    Like what we all know, coffee is considered fresh produce so keeping it fresh should be your primary concern.

    Let's just say that coffee has "enemies": moisture, oxygen, heat and light. When you store your beans, keep these away as much as possible for your coffee to stay fresh. Using super air-tight containers and keeping them in a dry cool place are standard.


    Quote Originally Posted by pbmac
    good point...will take that into consideration as I persue that perfect cup
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