|ziplock bag in the dry pantry....no fridge or freezer|
|i keep mine in the refridge|
|Glass jar with plastic stopper, out of sunlight, in a cabinet. Yeah, I've heard that freezers and refrigerators dry the coffee. I buy smaller amounts so only have a week or two on hand at one time.|
|Glass jar, in the cupboard. I buy a lot, but it never lasts more than a week.|
|Refridgerator; but I don't drink coffee so I don't care what it tastes like.|
|In the cupboard in the original can.|
|Thanks! Sounds like I can keep it in the cabinet. I need more room in the refrigerator anyway!|
|I've heard that you should keep it in an airtight container in the cupboard - not in the fridge or freezer. The reason being that to keep coffee freshest you need to keep as much moisture out as possible. When you take the can out of the fridge/freezer and put it back in, moisture can accumulate in the can from condensation on the cold can in your warm kitchen. Something like that....
We keep whole coffee beans in an airtight container in the cupboard and grind just enough coffee to make a pot/a few cups at a time.
|Yeah, I forgot about the whole bean thing. I have a coffee grinder too and love the smell of freshly ground coffee. I'll have to get that thing out and buy some whole beans!|
|We get beans in big bags from Costco (of all places!). Their Columbian is quite good, and they also have Vanilla Hazelnut in whole bean.|
|Ours stays on the counter, in a tightly sealed container. I had only heard that air spoils the flavor - so anything airtight was good.|
|i have tryed coffee stored EVERYWHERE ...
humid, dry , warm , cold , cool , hot ....
and i find that the BEST coffee ...
is FROZEN ...
Put it in your freezer ...
and use SUPER cold water when making your coffee and it turns out fantastic
|I keep my beans in an airtight container in the fridge, and grind it right before brewing. If you don't grind, and like good tasting coffee... GO BUY A COFFEE GRINDER!!!! It makes a huge difference in the taste!|
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