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Old 01-13-2013, 12:27 PM
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Freeze-dried instant coffee properly vacuum sealed in it's original jar can last decades. I read of an account of a guy who found a jar that was over 20 years old and he claimed it tasted like new. Years ago, my mother-in-law made me a cup of instant coffee (she had no other coffee in the house), and it tasted like typical instant. But I later found out that the jar she used has been opened for over 5 years. Being a non-coffee drinker, she just had it around for guests.

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