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Black Gold - Organic Black Gold Blend - FRESH ROASTED Coffee (1lb or 5lb) Multiple grind types to select from.

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Black Gold - Organic Black Gold Blend - FRESH ROASTED Coffee (1lb or 5lb) Multiple grind types to select from.

The Fair Trade Organic Black Gold Blend is a complex blend of coffee with notes of nuts, chocolate, and some fruit. It is a medium to full bodied coffee with a bright acidity. This coffee can stand on its own or as a complement to dinner or dessert.

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Available in 1 lb or 5 lbs

Grind type: 

* Whole Beans: Un-ground whole coffee beans that you grind yourself.
The best choice for "just roasted" freshness.
*Electric Perc: A medium-coarse grind is generally recommended. This grind size allows for a controlled extraction, striking a balance between imparting flavors from the coffee grounds and avoiding excessive bitterness.
*Coarse: Sea salt consistency, coarse grinds have a texture similar to coarse sea salt. This grind size is best suited for cold brew brewing because it allows for a slow extraction process over an extended period, resulting in a smooth, less acidic coffee. Using a coarse grind for cold brew results in a sweeter, more subtle coffee.
*Drip (Cone): A medium-fine grind suitable for brewers that use Cone Shaped coffee filters, Moka Pots, Pour Overs (for slower extraction), Siphon, etc..
*Auto Drip (Flat): A medium grind for regular and automatic drip coffee machines.
*Fine: A semi-fine grind better suited for some home espresso machines, and some k-cup style inserts.
*Espresso Coarse: A coarse grind will infuse at a slower rate and your brewed coffee will have a clear flavor - plus you won’t find grinds in your cup!
*Espresso Fine: A fine grind suitable for espresso machines, and Aeropress.


How to Store Ground Coffee

Storing Coffee in the Freezer

  • Storing Future-Use Coffee Beans in the Freezer - You can store whole coffee beans in the freezer for up to a month if you do not use/disturb them within that period. Before freezing your coffee beans, divide them into small portions in airtight bags. Defrost frozen coffee beans on a shelf away from heat, light, and moisture. Grind and brew your coffee beans within two weeks of thawing them.
  • Storing Daily-Use Coffee Beans in the Freezer - Never store the coffee you use daily in the freezer. When you store daily-use coffee in the freezer, you expose it to fluctuating temperatures, which produce moisture. Moisture changes the cell structure of coffee and damages its aroma and flavor.

How Long Does Coffee Last?

Whole coffee beans stay fresh for two to three weeks before their quality and flavor reduce. Pre-ground coffee holds its peak freshness for approximately 30 minutes.

Coffee beans are the seeds of small cherries that grow on coffee plants, so you should approach coffee bean freshness with the same mindset you would any other plant product. Just like you wouldn’t cut pineapple and serve it to guests three months later, you shouldn’t grind coffee and serve it to guests months later either.

For optimum freshness, store ground coffee in a nontransparent, airtight container. Place the container of ground coffee on a pantry shelf away from heat, light, and moisture.