This is a question we often get asked, so we thought it might be a good one to clear up for you in a blog.
So how should you store your roasted coffee?
It's simple, just keep your coffee in the original bag we packed it in! This bag has been designed with a one way valve to allow any gases from the coffee to escape, and blocks gas from entering which limits the ageing process of the coffee. To keep your coffee as fresh as possible, make sure you keep the seal on the bag closed securely after squeezing as much air from the bag as possible before sealing.
We recommend to store the bag in the pantry or somewhere that is away from direct sunlight and is fairly temperature stable. Be careful of keeping your coffee too close to your coffee machine as they can generate lots of heat, which can affect your coffee.
It's best to avoid storing too much coffee in the hopper of your coffee grinder, as most are not particularly airtight and the coffee can lose freshness much faster than normal. We recommend only storing enough coffee in the hopper for a day or 2 at a time.
If you have any more questions about storing your coffee, feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org