"Vacu Vin Vacuum Coffee and Tea Saver; Keeping it fresh in a vacuum since 1986…"
Bernd Schneider came up with the idea for the Vacuum Wine Saver and together with his brother John, an engineer, he developed a device to preserve opened bottles of wine.
In 1986 Vacu Vin was founded to manufacture and distribute the Vacuum Wine Saver, soon to be followed by the introduction of many other innovative products including the Vacu Vin Vacuum Coffee and Tea Saver.
Production and assembly is mainly based in the Netherlands and takes place under ISO-standards, which assures all Vacu Vin's customers of high quality products.
Once exposed to the air, ground coffee quickly loses its flavor and aroma. The Vacu Vin Vacuum Coffee Saver features a vacuum pump that extracts air, creating an airtight seal to maintain freshness. The 43 fl oz canister is made of heavy duty tinted plastic to reduce the damaging affects of light on the coffee as well. Refill canisters are available without the black vacuum pump in 43 fl oz and 22 fl oz capacities.
As a coffee lover, I always take the proper steps to make sure that my coffee stays fresh. There are several steps that you can take to ensure that you get the longest life out of your coffee. In this video we will cover how to store your coffee along with some useful tools that will help keep your beans fresh.