Good espresso bean storage is the key to a great and fresh flavor. There are a few different methods for storing them.

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The key to espresso bean storage is to order smaller amounts. A month-long supply tends to be the sweet spot.

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An air-tight container such as a jar in a dark and out of sunlight spot is ideal for storing espresso beans.

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Avoiding a hot and humid place is also recommended. This included keeping them away from the stove, toaster, or whatever kind of heat sources you have in your kitchen.

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A common misconception is that you should be keeping your beans in the refrigerator, but doing so has consequences since the beans are hygroscopic.

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Refrigerating

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If this option is chosen, you should double-check that the container you are using is air-tight and that you transfer them quickly out of and into the fridge.

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Freezing espresso beans will lock in the flavor and allow individuals to take small amounts as needed. The key is to take the amount needed quickly!

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