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3 lbs. @ $19.49 ($15.59 with code)
4 lbs. @ $19.24 ($15.39 with code)
5 lbs. @ $18.99 ($15.19 with code)
6 lbs. @ $17.99 ($14.39 with code)
7 lbs. @ $17.49 ($13.99 with code)
8 lbs. @ $16.99 ($13.59 with code)
9 lbs. @ $16.49 ($13.19 with code)
10lbs.@ $15.49 ($12.39 with code)
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Buying a larger quantity, enough to
last 5 weeks, will save you lots of
money. Keeping fresh roasted, whole
bean coffee in the freezer for a
maximum of two months is
recommended to extend freshness.
This won't work for stale coffee, of
course. Doesn't do too much good
for pre-ground coffee either. Why?
CO2 diffusion. Pre-ground coffees
are technically stale. Fresh roasted,
whole bean coffee will stay fresh
at room temperature for about two
weeks max...in the freezer, about six.
Up to three pounds of a single variety
are bagged in individual one pound
bags. Larger quantities of a single
variety will be bagged in larger bags.-
- AS OF 8-14-20:
AGTRON: 75 +/-
pH: 5.56 +/- using pH 6.8 water @ 147 degrees - tested on 11-17-21
NOTES: Malt, nut
VARIETAL: Mundo Novo
Probably beginning around the mid nineteenth century when coffee became very popular, they were not roasted nearly as darkly as they are today. Why?
- Darker roasted coffees have less caffeine than lighter roasts and the delivery of that drug was, and still is, the primary reason the agricultural based economy consumed coffee.
- Coffees were bought as an unroasted dry good initially...people were not inclined to "burn" their food.
- As coffee roasts longer, it loses mass. Therefore, lighter roasts could be stretched farther.