What to do if ground coffee has weathered: one ingredient will help save the drink
Coffee is everyone's favorite beverage. The only problem is that it can get weathered during storage, and as a result, it loses its flavor and aroma. Fortunately, this is easy to fix.
The FoodOboz editorial team has gathered information and will tell you how to save coffee that has become weathered and tasteless.
How do you store coffee properly so that it doesn't go bad?
First of all, it's worth figuring out how to store coffee properly to avoid unpleasant consequences. The easiest way is to leave the product in its original packaging and close it with a clip.
The second way is to pour the ground coffee beans into a metal or glass container that closes tightly. In both cases, the coffee should be stored in a dark place, free of aromatic products and moisture.
How do you save coffee that has gone bad?
In this case, saving the product is easy. To do this, pour the ground coffee into a metal or glass container, and finally put a few dark chocolate cubes inside. Be sure to close the container tightly.
After doing these things, you will notice how the coffee has acquired a bright, pronounced aroma and taste in one or two days.
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