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Keep beans airtight and cool
Your beans’ greatest enemies are oxygen, moisture, heat, and light.
To preserve your beans’ fresh roasted flavor as long as possible, store them in an opaque, air-tight container at room temperature.
Keep your beans in a dark and cool location. A cabinet near the oven is often too warm, and so is a spot on the kitchen counter that gets strong afternoon sun.
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Coffee’s retail packaging is generally not ideal for long-term storage. If possible, invest in storage canisters with an airtight seal.
Keep the coffee airtight. If the bag can be resealed, then make sure it is kept that way. If the bag can’t be completely resealed, transfer the coffee to an airtight container, such as a plastic tub with a lid of one designed specifically for storing coffee.
Keep the coffee in a dark place. Light rapidly accelerates the staling of coffee, especially sunlight. If you keep your coffee in a clear container, place it inside a cardboard box.
Keep it dry. If you can’t keep it in an airtight container, then at least avoid placing it in a humid environment
Buy the right amount
Coffee begins to lose freshness almost immediately after roasting. Try to buy smaller batches of freshly roasted coffee more frequently – enough for one or two weeks.
Exposure to air is bad for your beans. If you prefer to keep your beans in an accessible and/or attractive container, it may be a good good idea to divide your coffee supply into several smaller portions, with the larger, unused portion in an air-tight container.
This is especially important when buying pre-ground coffee, because of the increased exposure to oxygen. If you buy whole beans, grind the amount you need immediately before brewing.
Freshness is critical to a quality cup of coffee.
Experts agree that coffee should be consumed as quickly as possible after it is roasted, especially once the original packaging seal has been broken. While there are different views on whether or not coffee should be frozen or refrigerated, the main consideration is that coffee absorbs moisture – and odors, and tastes – from the air around it. Most home storage containers still let in small amounts of oxygen.
Which is why food stored a long time in the freezer can suffer freezer burn. Therefore, if you do refrigerate or freeze your beans, be sure to use a truly airtight container. If you choose to freeze your coffee, quickly remove as much as you need for no more than a week at a time, and return the rest to the freezer before any condensation forms on the frozen coffee.
Exposure to oxygen ruins a coffee’s taste much quicker when the coffee is ground. Therefore, we recommend that you either buy small quantities of ground coffee or buy whole bean coffee and ground your own. Try to only grind about as much as you are going to use to help keep your coffee tasting fresh.
Don’t Throw Out Your Stale Beans
In a perfect world, you’d buy freshly roasted whole bean coffee in small enough amounts so that you’d finish the bag before it begins to lose flavor. But since that’s so often not the case, you can use stale beans for a special type of brew: cold brew. Using fresh coffee for cold brew is kind of a waste. You can use old coffee, and it’ll taste just as good.
Golden rules for fresh coffee
• Buy coffee that has a clear roast date on the packaging
Try to buy within 2 weeks of roasting
• Buy enough coffee for a couple of weeks at a time
• Buy whole beans and grind them yourself at home
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