Mar 08 , 2019

6 Tips for Storing Ground Coffee

Ground coffee in a metal spoon on a top of glass jar, shallow depth of field

It’s no surprise that freshly ground coffee beans yield a better cup. But on hectic mornings, grinding beans is a step many of us are willing to skip. That’s where pre-ground coffee enters the picture. This convenient staple makes it possible to get our caffeine fix in mere minutes. And, when stored correctly, it tastes almost as good as the fresh stuff. That’s why we found the best methods for storing ground coffee. We’ll cover everything from storage spots to the best containers—and much more. Next, make your own pour-over coffee maker, here’s how.

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