Freshness of ground coffee - Page 2

Discuss flavors, brew temperatures, blending, and cupping notes.
BaristaMcBob (original poster)

#11: Post by BaristaMcBob (original poster) »

Thanks for the many suggestions. I don't normally plan to use pre-ground coffee, but I have a situation where dinner guests will want "coffee" not "espresso" and I'm SOL due to the nature of my grinder. So for this one evening, I'll dust off my Chemex.

So, sounds like I should freeze what I don't plan to use within the next couple of days. Would you guys agree?

erik82

#12: Post by erik82 »

Just buy a manual grinder to do pourover and you'll also have a grinder for roadtrips. Trying to fix the downsides of pre-ground coffee is useless because it'll never work well.
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