Coffee doesn't expire like perishable foods but can lose taste, aroma, texture over time. 

Roasted beans or sealed coffee packs can stay fresh and aromatic for years. 

Transfer coffee to airtight containers to minimize air exposure, preserving taste and richness. 

Store coffee in opaque containers to protect it from light, which can degrade flavors. 

Keep coffee in a cool, dark place away from heat and sunlight to maintain quality. 

Moisture can deteriorate coffee flavor, so store it in a dry environment, avoiding the fridge or freezer. 

Coffee can absorb odors; avoid storing near strong-smelling items like spices. 

Whole coffee beans are preferable; grind just before brewing for fresher taste. 

Avoid storing coffee near appliances generating heat, like stoves, to maintain freshness. 

Smart storage practices ensure a longer shelf life and a delightful coffee experience.