Buying Whole Bean Coffee Can Save You A Lot Of Money

A great cup of coffee is no longer just for visitors to local coffee shops. Instead, save your money and choose to brew your own cup of joy at home that's just as good, if not better, than what you can get at your local store. And it all starts with whole bean coffee.

The key to a great cup of joy at home is without a doubt having gourmet coffee beans at your disposal. Now, there are two ways to buy this delicacy. You can buy whole bean coffee online as it is already roasted, or you can buy green coffee beans and then roast them yourself at home.

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An important factor to keep in mind is that as soon as the beans are roasted, they begin to lose their freshness. That's why, although you may be tempted, refrain from buying coffee beans at your local supermarket.

These types of beans have been roasted off-site and need to be trucked to your local grocery store location. Even under the most ideal conditions, by the time it arrives at your local store, the beans may already be 5 days old.

Once roasted, its true flavor only lasts between 7 days and up to three weeks, depending on the type of coffee beans you buy. And again, at your local grocery store, you don't know how long that bag of beans has been on the shelf before you buy it.

Instead, to really get the best out of your cup of coffee, you should consider buying your whole bean coffee from a roaster that literally "cooks to order. Many online retailers take your order, roast the coffee beans, and then immediately package and ship it to you so you receive the freshest beans available.

Once they've arrived at your house, you can use a home grinder to grind the amounts you need when you're ready to make a delicious cup of coffee.