ECM Senior Member Joined: 11 Oct 2003 Posts: 476 Location: Halifax, Nova Scotia Canada Expertise: I like coffee
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Posted Sun Feb 10, 2013, 7:45am Subject: Freezer Stored Espresso - PLEASE DLETE THIS POST
Never mind.... I have the answers I need.
Iím probably not posting this under the right category.
Last night I was watching some of the videos that the Seattle Coffee Crew has put out. One in particular caught my interest: ďTesting Freezer Stored Coffee Beans.Ē Recently I ordered 3Lbís of espresso beans from a vender thinking that I could freeze some of it.
In watching this video Iím beginning to think that freezing espresso blends may not be a good idea: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=umTmRVirhe4
Has anyone tried to use espresso beans that were frozen? If so, what were your experiences or recommendations on doing it? Do you just have to grind much finer?
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