Here goes Tiny Tip #1. This one has to do with storing your coffee beans.
Upon receiving your Tiny House Coffee beans in the mail and opening up the familiar flat-rate USPS box, you pause to breathe in the smell of freshly roasted coffee and then you search for scissors to cut open the bag. At this point you excitedly begin to brew yourself a cup of coffee, or, you may desire to do that, but feel like it is too late in the day for another cup of coffee. You will just have to wait until tomorrow morning to taste these new beans. What do you do with your beans until then?
Sealed storage. Use a mason jar. Or another airtight, sealable container. This maintains the freshness of the beans as long as possible, which leads to a better and more flavorful cup of coffee for you to drink. Why?
Beans lose freshness because of the movement of moisture. Because of this, you want your beans to be in a stable environment. The best place is on the kitchen counter in an airtight, sealable container. If it is going to be a while before you use your new bag of beans, like more than 2-3 weeks from now, the best place to store coffee is in the freezer, because it prevents the movement of moisture.
Ultimately, buy fresh beans and in a quantity that you can keep drinking fresh.
That's my Tiny Tip for today. Hope it is helpful.