[Homeroast] storage right after roast

Frank Parth fparth at projectauditors.com
Fri Aug 15 16:11:17 CDT 2014


Jason,
Sounds right. 

Frank


On Aug 15, 2014, at 7:27 AM, Jason Schmedeman <schmedz at gmail.com> wrote:

> Frank- 
> 
> I think you're referring to the Airscape (by Planetary Designs). I've used one and it seems to work well for storing beans.
> 
> Jason
> 
> On Aug 15, 2014, at 2:14 AM, Frank Parth <fparth at projectauditors.com> wrote:
> 
> Once the roast has rested for a day or so, you want to keep exposure to oxygen as small as possible. Someone (and I’m traveling right now and don’t recall exactly who) sells a canister with an internal lid you can push down to the top of the beans to keep out as much oxygen as possible. My roasts seem to last longer when I use this instead of just a closed-lid container. 
> 
> When I get back to California I’ll look it up and give you the name.
> 
> Frank Parth
> 
> 
>> On Aug 15, 2014, at 7:12 AM, Clark Barclay <pedestriancoffee at gmail.com> wrote:
>> 
>> Hi Fellow Coffee Nerds,
>> I just bought the West Bend Air Popper from SM, and LOVING it.
>> 
>> I'm wondering if I can get your opinions on storage. I know this was
>> already discussed on here, but, I have a couple more specific questions.
>> 
>> I know not to seal right after roasting, but is storing in a coffee bag
>> with a CO2 vent a good idea right after roasting? If so, paper or plastic?
>> Does the porousness of paper help or hurt?
>> 
>> Is sealing in a canister a good idea after the rest period?
>> 
>> Right now, I've been storing in a coffee mug (I only roast 2 oz at a time)
>> right after roasting, which is totally uncovered, and noticed the aroma
>> seems to escape, after 24 hrs., I transfer it into a sealed jar, but it
>> still seems to lose aroma...maybe it's just my roasting skills that needs
>> sharpening...I'm still figuring this whole home roast thing out!
>> 
>> Thanks,
>> Clark
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Past member Project Management Institute Board of Directors

CEO/President - Project Auditors LLC
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