I use wide mouth canning jars and a Foodsaver vacuum packer to store and keep the green beans fresh. Qt jars hold 1 1/2 pounds of green beans. When packed the jars are labeled and dated. The jars are then stored in a cool dark place. I use a dead freezer. Keeps a good stable environment. For small amounts a dead mini-fridge would work well too.
This looks like a great way to store the coffee. How long do you think the beans can be stored this way?
This has been an experiment in storage I've been doing for a few years now. This year as a test I submitted a 2008 Panama Gesha in the H-B home roasting competition to see if age would show with a world class judge. He was actually surprised that he couldn't find any signs of age in the entry. The upper video in my 3/6/11 post at the 5min22sec point has Tom speaking about it.
It's still a test in progress but does show promise. Will it work for all coffees and for how long is still in question.
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