Whether you’re looking for impressive gifts, delightful stocking stuffers or coffee to accompany your holiday get together, we have it all. Here’s our pick of gifts for the holidays.

  1. Airscape. Keep your coffee fresh! The lid removes and locks out air to preserve and protect the freshness and flavor. Holds one-pound whole bean coffee.
  2. World of Coffee Gift Set. Tour the coffee growing region of the world one cup at a time. Includes 4-6 oz. packs of the world’s premier single origin coffee. Sets are available in whole bean and ground coffee.
  3. Holiday Cheer gift set. Perfect for a hostess gift or a coworker appreciation gift. Includes 5 single pot packs of our holiday flavored coffee.
  4. Chemex. A piece of art! Great for entertaining and highlighting the brightness of a coffee. No wonder this piece is part of the Museum of Modern Art’s display in Architecture & Design.
  5. Roaster’s Choice Coffee Subscription. Features flavorful single origins, limited offerings, and outstanding micro lot coffees in a 3-,6-, 12-month subscription. Each month of the tour we will ship one pound of coffee chosen by our expert roasters.
  6. Baratza Virtuoso+ Grinder. Nothing tastes better than fresh ground coffee. You have the ability to preset the digital timer for grinding, LED backlit grounds bin to dose ground coffee and this grinder is built to last.
  7. Travel mug. Take your Red Cedar coffee with you wherever you go. Made of double-walled stainless-steel features a spill-proof, lockable lid to keep hot drinks hot (or cold drinks cold) for hours.
  8. Costa Rica Finca Pie San. A microlot from one of our direct trade coffee producers in Costa Rica. We’ve been roasting coffee from the La Lia Micromill since 2015 and are really pleased with this year’s crop. Processed as a red honey this coffee has fruitier notes compared to Finca Dragon (also processed at the La Lia Micromill).
  9. Desk Press. These travel French presses give you the option to brew and drink coffee on the go. The brü-stop plate locks in place once the plunger is pressed and separates the brewed coffee from the coffee grounds. No more worrying about over-extracted French press coffee!
  10. Gift Certificates. Let your recipient choose their gift.

You’ve taken the time to select your coffee and now you’ve brought them home. Now how do you store your coffee?

Here are four helpful tips for storing your coffee beans.

The original packaging does a pretty good job keeping your coffee beans fresh.
When you purchase coffee from Red Cedar Coffee Co. you will notice a little one-way valve on the front of your bag. This valve releases gas from the coffee beans while keeping oxygen out of the bag. The foil bag protects the coffee beans from moisture and light. It’s always best to open one bag of coffee at a time.

Grind your coffee right before you brew.
To maximize the lifetime and flavors of your coffee you will want to grind your coffee right before brewing it. Coffee grinding releases gases and aromas which are important when you brew coffee.

Keep your coffee at room temperature.
Coffee beans can be sensitive to temperature, moisture and air. Keep your coffee away from spices as coffee can quickly absorb odors. We suggest keeping your coffee beans at room temperature out of direct sunlight.

Airtight containers are coffee’s best friend.
The best way to keep your coffee fresh is to remove the air from your storage container. Our Tasting Room has a selection of Airscape containers. We love that the Airscape container has an inner lid with air-valve that forces air out and locks freshness in. The Airscape works great for both whole bean and ground coffee which makes us love it even more.

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Our Tasting Room stocks two models of Airscape containers: a ceramic version with bamboo lid and a stainless-steel version.