As the world of coffee evolves, more and more experiments become mainstream in fact freezing coffee is one of these that has and will continue to revolutionising the way we enjoy our favourite brew.
Freezing roasted coffee is breaking down the barriers of time to ensure that stale coffee becomes a thing of the past.
The issue with drinking coffee that is years old is that when exposed to variables such as Oxygen, Light, Moisture and Temperature your coffee will go stale and when brewed will result in a lacklustre and flat taste with very little vibrance or flavour.
By freezing coffee in single dose tubes or vacuum sealing you can minimise the contact with these variables and extend your coffees peek freshness for years to come.
How Freezing Coffee Actually WorksRemoving oxygen and freezing to preserve is nothing new, in fact for centuries humans have been burying their meats and dairy and chances are your biscuits and potato chips are nitro-flushed. Freezing coffee beans works the same way, it stops cellular activity in the coffee particles completely.
By being able to preserve coffees freshness and extend it's lifespan you open up a world of possibilities for coffee lovers, enabling them to savour remarkable flavours that would otherwise be lost to time.