If you're like me, you drink coffee everyday. You depend on your morning cup to get your day started. The last thing you want is a bitter brew that ruins your experience
You may need proper coffee storage techniques to keep the taste of your coffee always at it's best. Have you ever heard that coffee is like wine? It's true. Just like wine, coffee's flavor comes from many different things. Things like the part of the world it comes from, the altitude at which it grows, the style of roast, how it's stored, and ground and finally, how it's brewed. I know, it's a lot to consider! That's why so many people don't want to be bothered with all that, they just want their coffee fix.
I don't blame you, I was the same way before I discovered how much more I enjoyed my coffee when I made just a few changes in how I stored my coffee.
Proper coffee storage is abundant with misconceptions and poor practices.
So, in an effort to help you get more enjoyment out of you coffee experience, I have prepared some fast facts on how best to store your coffee beans and ground coffee correctly; in order to maintain maximum freshness and flavor. Plus a few things to avoid when storing your coffee.