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Now, use a wooden or metallic spoon to mix the beans well, so that the flavor spreads uniformly. Secure the lid of the container and store in a cool, dry place. Take out the required amount of flavored coffee beans only, as this ensures that the remaining ones stay fresh.
Never store beans or ground coffee in the refrigerator or freezer. Both the Specialty Coffee Association of America and the National Coffee Association of USA recommend storing whole coffee beans in an airtight container in a cool, dry location (in a cabinet). Never freeze or refrigerate the beans. Roasted coffee beans contain volatile flavor oils and essences that can crystallize in cold temperatures. Once crystallized, they can no longer contribute to coffee flavor or taste.
Fact: This is a myth, because if you want fresh coffee every time, then you should place your coffee beans in an airtight container, and store them in the kitchen cabinet. Storing coffee beans in the freezer is not a good idea, because the very low temperature can adversely affect their quality, making them dry. Another reason you should avoid keeping the coffee beans in the refrigerator, is that coffee beans readily absorb odors from the immediate environment. So, if you're keeping them next to onions, then you know what flavor to expect from your cup of coffee! It is highly recommended that you do not store your coffee for more than two weeks.
The Germans love to have their afternoon coffee with cake, called Kaffee & Kuchen, it is also a means to welcome guests, and spend time with family and friends. Historically, the Viennese coffee houses were often used by writers and intellectuals as places of meetings and contemplating and were central in shaping the culture of both, Austria and Germany. Coffee houses were so popular, that Johann Sebastian Bach even composed a mini-opera, called Coffee Cantata, which tells the story of a girl's addiction to coffee.
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