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Friis 16-Ounce Coffee Vault, Stainless Steel
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- The Coffee Vault-Coffee Savor keeps your coffee fresh
- One Year of Friis Freshness Valves included, to vent freshness damaging CO2 gases
- Maintain Rich, Full Coffee Flavor
- Air-Tight Storage
- Stores up to 16-Ounce of whole or ground Coffee
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Full flavor starts with fresh coffee. The Friis Coffee Vault - Coffee Savor blocks out light and air to seal in flavor. The Friis Freshness Valve vents away continuous CO2 gases that are a result of the roasting process. Stored in a cool, dry place, your coffee stays rich and full of flavor. Simply put, the Friis Coffee Vault - Coffee Savor keeps your coffee fresh longer. The Friis Coffee Vault - Coffee Savor model features a 64 fluid -Ounce. stainless steel base with an all black BPA free polymer lid. It measures 7-1/2-InchH by 5-InchD. It holds 16-Ounce (1 pound) of coffee beans. Also included is a measuring spoon, one year supply of Friis freshness valves, getting started instructions and the Art of Flavor booklet. INCLUDES: Free One Year Supply of Friis Freshness Valves.
Top customer reviews
The problem I have with it is that is rusts, the container is stainless steel but the mechanisms keeping the lid attached are not and they rust, a lot.
I live in So Cal, where we have a "dry heat" as they say, but even living here this thing rusted to the point of fugliness.
We still use it, but I am very disappointed in the rusting that has happened, I don't know when it started, I have very poor eyesight, but it had to have started a while ago for it to look like this now.
All in all I don't hate it, but I am not happy with it either.
Then a bit of googling led me to the website of a coffee expert who tried in vain for months to get Friis to tell him if they have any evidence that CO2 is harmful to coffee (since that's the whole basis of their pitch) and he got nothing but vague marketing replies. Google up Friis Coffee Review Randy Glass to read the whole sad tale.