Friis coffee canister

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The Friis Coffee Vault – Coffee Savor blocks out light and air to seal in flavour. 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.

The Friis Coffee Vault – Coffee Savor model features a stainless steel base with an all black BPA-free polymer lid.  It holds up to 600 grams of coffee.

The integrity of the one way valve deteriorates with time, to ensure optimal performance you should replace every 2 months. To help you remember, it has a helpful date wheel on the lid. This rotating wheel is designed to help you set a monthly reminder to replace your valve on the appropriate day.

What is the Friis™ Coffee Savor™?

The Friis Coffee Savor is the world’s first coffee storage canister with a freshness valve that preserves the rich, full flavor of coffee.

What makes the Friis Coffee Savor unique?

Until now, there has not been a coffee storage canister that eliminates each of the four causes of flavour loss in whole bean and ground coffee—CO2 gases, moisture, light and air. The Friis Coffee Savor releases trapped carbon dioxide gases and blocks out moisture, light and air that destroy the flavour of coffee.

Why would someone want to purchase the Friis Coffee Savor?

Most coffee drinkers don’t realise the way they currently store their coffee actually is shortening its shelf life, causing the bitter and stale taste they despise. The Friis Coffee Savor is the world’s most effective coffee storage canister, preserving the premium taste discerning coffee drinkers desire.

How does the Friis Freshness Valve™ work?

The patented Friis Freshness Valve is the key to eliminating trapped CO2 gas. The valve is constructed with a unique filter that allows carbon dioxide gas to pass through without allowing oxygen or other gases back in. This one-way valve removes the trapped gas that breaks down and destroys coffee flavor over time.

Doesn’t a vacuum canister do a good job of sealing out oxygen?

Yes, it does a good job of preventing oxidation, but it also seals in the carbon dioxide gases that are constantly coming from roasted beans or grounds. When you trap CO2 in with your coffee, it breaks down the flavour you love. The Friis Coffee Savor not only prevents oxygen from getting in, but it lets the CO2 out. It is the only canister designed to take care of the four external factors that break down and destroy the original flavour that coffee drinkers desire.

Who should purchase the Coffee Savor?

Every coffee drinker should own a Friis Coffee Savor because it will extend their coffee’s shelf life and preserve the rich, full flavour; and it will save them money by not having to throw away stale beans and grounds.

How does the Friis Freshness Valve™ work?

The patented Friis Freshness Valve is the key to eliminating trapped CO2 gas. The valve is constructed with a unique filter that allows carbon dioxide gas to pass through without allowing oxygen or other gases back in. This one-way valve removes the trapped gas that breaks down and destroys coffee flavor over time.

How long does the Freshness Valve work?

It is recommended the Friis Freshness Valve contained in the Coffee Savor canister be replaced every 2 months. Consumers will receive a one-year supply of Freshness Valves for free with the purchase of a Friis Coffee Savor.

What is the Coffee Savor made of?

The Coffee Savor lid is constructed with a food-safe, BPA-free polymer. The Coffee Savor base is constructed of food-safe stainless steel, or the same BPA-free polymer.

Is the Coffee Savor dishwasher safe?

No. The best way to clean your coffee savor is with a damp paper towel. Please thoroughly dry the Coffee Savor before storing coffee. Any moisture in the canister will degrade the coffee flavour.

What comes with the Friis Coffee Savor?

In addition to the Coffee Savor, consumers will receive a one-year supply of replacement Freshness Valves, a measuring spoon, an Art of Flavour booklet and instructional guide.

Why does coffee lose its flavor so quickly?

All forms of coffee, both whole bean and ground, have been roasted. The roasting process caramelizes the sugars in coffee beans and forms essential oils. These sugars and essential oils give coffee its varying flavour and aroma profiles. After roasting, four external factors break down and destroy the original flavour coffee drinkers love—CO2 gases, moisture, light and air. The key to rich, full-flavoured coffee is limiting the effects of these external forces through proper storage.

Why not store coffee in the refrigerator or freezer?

Each time you take coffee out of the fridge, you create condensation in your coffee, which causes it to spoil and lose flavour much faster.

How do you pronounce Friis?

It’s easy to pronounce: “freece.”

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