May 21, 2004, Newsletter Issue #3: How Much Coffee to Grind

Tip of the Week

HOW MUCH COFFEE TO GRIND

When you grind your coffee beans, grind just enough to brew right away. It`s often tempting to grind enough beans to last for two or three days. The trouble is, as soon as the beans are ground, you start to lose flavor. Much of the flavor of coffee is found in its aromatic oils. As soon as coffee is ground, those oils are exposed to the air and start to dissipate. So if you truly love your coffee, grind for immediate use only.

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That`s it for this week.

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