Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Keep Your Coffee Fresh Longer

Article Written By:
MacKenzie Nachtrieb

Whether you're a coffee aficionado or a novice, you most likely understand how important it is to use FRESH coffee in all forms of brewing - espresso, drip, iced, etc. But not everyone knows exactly HOW to keep their coffee freshest.

As soon as the coffee beans are exposed to oxygen they immediately start to breakdown, and oil residue will start to compromise the flavor of your coffee. Ground coffee goes bad even quicker, so DO NOT grind your beans until you're ready to use them!

Things to keep in mind: 

1. Decrease air movement
2. Limit temperature fluctuations
3. Avoid exposure to light.

We are now selling these Airscape canisters which, as the diagram shows, force air out and lock in freshness!

They are available in small (32 oz.), large (64 oz.) and black or stainless!

This item is suitable for not only coffee but all sorts of food like tea, flour, sugar, cereal, spices, walnuts, fresh fruit and even pet food!

The inner lid is equipped with a special valve, which forces air out of the canister and thus creating an airtight environment.

- Restaurant grade 18/8 stainless steel with enamel paint finish
- Durable construction
- Order & taste resistant
- BPA free
- Non toxic
- Hand wash recommended


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