Air-Tight Coffee Container for Beans or Grounds, 16 oz.

Air-Tight Coffee Container for Beans or Grounds, 16 oz.

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This 16-ounce, vacuum-sealed coffee storage container by Planetary Design forces air out and locks freshness in. If you’re not like some of our more enthusiastic fans, who can plow through a whole one-pound bag within a week or two, getting a good coffee storage container will allow you to relish each cup over the span of a longer period of time. Prevent your beans from going stale so that you can continue to enjoy the smooth flavors of our artisanal blends. That way, you won’t feel rushed to consume something that’s worth taking the time to savor.

  • Keeps coffee fresh
  • Holds an entire one pound bag of coffee. 
  • Durable, restaurant-grade stainless steel is easy to clean.
  • Expertly designed to look great on any counter. 

Tips for Keeping Death Wish Coffee Fresh

There are many methods for storing your coffee, but a lot of restaurants and coffeehouses choose to go with this strategy: First, get a vacuum-sealed coffee canister that can keep the coffee away from moisture, air, heat, and light. The beans should stay dry and cool in order to stay fresher for longer. This Planetary Design airtight coffee container is the best, most restaurant-worthy option because it forces air out when the lid locks in place and blocks out ultraviolet light.

Next, buy the whole bean version of your favorite coffee. Whole beans generally keep longer, and grinding them fresh can be a really wonderful, great-smelling way to wake up. For those who really care about their coffee, buying, storing, and grinding whole beans is often the way to go. Of course, you can use this product as either a coffee bean storage container or a coffee ground container; it’s entirely up to your preference.

Put a whole pound of our Death Wish Coffee or Valhalla Java Odinforce Blend into this coffee container and savor every cup for weeks to come!

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