[Homeroast] Roasted Coffee Storage
theotherjo at gmail.com
Sun May 15 19:56:30 CDT 2011
You make a clear and complete example. Thanks for keeping it simple here. So
true especially if your drinking espresso at home.
The roast develops/improves for days after roasting. How long is dependent
on two many factors, I don't even know all of them. Open storing helps this
development along. Open I mean like you describe. I have noticed drinking
and consuming as you do I have noticed serious improvements 3 day's and more
On Sun, May 15, 2011 at 8:40 AM, Steven Van Dyke <coffee at svandyke.com>wrote:
> I store my roasted coffee in mason jars. I just leave the tops a little
> bit loose and keep them in the pantry. The coffee is just fine for the 7 -
> 10 days it lasts.
> At 05:36 PM 5/13/2011, you wrote:
> Hey all.
>> I recently started roasting green coffee with a Hottop KN-8828P-2. For my
>> 1st & 2nd tries, the results are quite drinkable - very satisfying, with no
>> flames or smoke alarms!!!!
>> I've got a glass storage container with a screw top that I've been using
>> to store my coffee (always being sure that the top is loose to accomodate
>> the CO2).
>> I'd like to use Mason Jars (you know, the ones for pickels and jams) for
>> storing coffee, but I'm at a loss about how to create a one-way valve
>> through the top.
>> Any suggestions would be great!!!!
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