Ed's Coffee Library

and Other Thoughts and Findings

By Ed Chen on 2015 29 August

How To Store Your Green Coffee Beans

I just read an article that compared three kinds of storage of green beans, storage in hermetically sealed bags, storage in sealed bags injected with CO2, and your standard jute bags. It turns out to keep your green beans fresh, you should keep them in hermetically sealed bags, with a small injection of CO2. Otherwise after a year, your coffee will probably go bad.

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