Coffee maker/grinder with freezable hopper?

just_a_bean

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ive been reading a lot of reviews on coffee makers lately. i found the krups km7000 and in a lot of the reviews people mention that it would be nice if it had freezable hoppers. but i have yet to find a machine that has freezable hoppers...

is there a coffee maker (grind and brew style) that has freezable hoppers?

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just_a_bean

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CCafe said:
Haven't heard the term freezable. Your not inquiring about taking the hopper off and storing it in the freezer are you?

yes, i am...
 

shadow745

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Why freeze anything coffee related? I think somebody got their wires crossed..... I wouldn't even store beans in the freezer, let alone anything like a hopper that is far from airtight. Later!
 

CCafe

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shadow745 said:
Why freeze anything coffee related? I think somebody got their wires crossed..... I wouldn't even store beans in the freezer, let alone anything like a hopper that is far from airtight. Later!

About what I was feeling too.

You want your coffee fresh, I wouldn't let it sit around more then 2 weeks. There are a few here that say after a month to ditch it, unless your Ed then he'll drink anything.

Coffee should be stored in a cool dry place, that doesn't mean in the freezer. The freezer will just kill your coffee that much faster.
 

caffe biscotto

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CCafe said:
You want your coffee fresh, I wouldn't let it sit around more then 2 weeks. There are a few here that say after a month to ditch it, unless your Ed then he'll drink anything.
Yep yep! Send me your terrible two week old beans.
... no flavored or decafs though. :D
 
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