The Best Way to Store Coffee

black-coffee_300Does your at-home drip coffee pale in comparison to the java you get at your local coffee shop? It could be the way you’re storing your ground coffee or beans.

Jonathan Rubinstein, owner of the Joe cafés, in New York City, recommends storing coffee in an airtight container in a cool, dark, dry place for up to two weeks after opening.

Be sure to skip the refrigerator or freezer for your coffee, as moisture will make the roast stale and alter its taste.

See our favorite store-bought coffees.


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