Protect your precious Mystic Monk Coffee from the harmful effects of air and UV rays with our Monk Coffee Vault.The Monk Coffee Vault has a unique air-removing lid that forces out flavor destroying air and keeps your coffee fresher, longer. It is constructed from sturdy restaurant-grade 18/8 stainless steel, and has a scratch resistant finish.The Monk Vault is a must-have for any coffee drinker, and also works great for tea, sugar and many other food items. (Capacity 64 fl.oz)Holds approximately one lb of coffee.
Bodum Coffee Grinder (Black)
Bodum Coffee Grinder (White)
Bodum Electric Cordless Water Kettle - White
Bodum French Press
Bunn 100ct Coffee Filters
This is the third storage vault that we have purchased for ourselves. The last one was for Decaf coffee that we very seldom make, but like to have on hand for guests. We have also purchased some as gifts for our family. We love the look on our counter, and they are very effective in keeping the coffee beans fresh. We would highly recommend this product to everyone who loves their coffee fresh in the morning.
This airscape coffee vault is great. I'm planning on buying more for myself and Christmas gifts.
Recently received my fourth vault. I enjoy being able to have several blends of coffee on hand and not have to worry about them drying out or going stale. They are easy to clean and easy to use- a great accessory.
This is our second Coffee Vault purchased here. The first stays in our home, the second travels in our RV. In both places our coffee stays fresher longer, sealing in flavor, keeping air and moisture out. I'm sure they have paid for themselves many times over because I don't have to throw out expensive coffee that has gone stale because of improper storage.
I do like the coffee. I think my daughter likes it better than me. apparently, I like a much bolder blend. The canister is perfect.
I love the coffee vault that I recently purchased from Mystic Monk Coffee. It's all about the smell and taste of their wonderful coffee, thanks to the triple pleasure that the vault provides. First, pull up the suction lid and smell their fresh coffee inside, whether beans or already ground. Then replace the lid by pushing it down directly onto the stored coffee, removing air and keeping the coffee fresh, and enjoy smelling the stream of fragrant air expelled from the vault. And lastly, enjoy the taste and fragrance of a cup of their coffee, made from the freshest beans or already ground coffee available, thanks to the coffee vault.
So far, so good! The vault works great keeping the coffee fresh and is very convenient!
It's great. The underneath of the rim is rough; did not pierce skin but should have a smooth surface.
We love it. It is airtight and helps to maintain the coffee freshness. It was a very worthwhile purchase. We'll probably purchase another for our decaf coffee.
This Vault fits easily on our apartment countertop, matches our Mystic Monk Press-Carafe, and protects the 12 ounces ground coffee with room to spare. I can see adding more coffee to it, perhaps mixing two favorites.... The monks packed our products beautifully so that everything arrived safe and sound -- and the box got here fast! Our cat went crazy over the paper packing and won't let us get near it to recycle it. Maybe once the enticing aroma of the coffee and tea it held has dissipated....
I have one of the original vaults (black) and it has kept the grounds as fresh as when I first opened the bag.
Love my Monk Coffee Vault Storage. I used to use my vacuum seal device, but it never quite sealed properly. If you put coffee in the refrigerator or freezer it will accumulate condensation every time you take it out which is not good for the coffee. The Monk vault has a piston like device with a one way valve that you physically push down onto the surface of the coffee which forces most of the air out and also a lid that is airtight. This is the best idea I have seen for storing coffee, and this thing is heavy duty, believe me. Now my favorite coffee, Royal Rum Pecan, stays fresh much longer than it used to thanks to the Monk Coffee Vault Storage and what's the point of having good coffee it's not stored properly.
This is an amazing way to preserve coffee's flavor. I love it.
I simply love the Coffee Vault! It is a simple but very sleek and attractive container, not to mention larger than I anticipated. It looks at home on my counter right next to my coffee maker! The Vault has two lids that comes with the sturdy black container. One to compress the coffee within, creating that airtight seal, and another to cap it off. Each item is genuinely built for quality and feels like it will stand the test of time. It can hold a full bag of Mystic Monk Coffee, and when it is compressed by the inner lid I can store my coffee filters on top with room to place the second lid perfectly. I am extremely impressed with the construction and design of the Coffee Vault and will undoubtedly be purchasing another soon! One thing I hope to see in future models is a outer holder for a coffee scoop. Even if they do not, it will still be an amazing product.I highly recommend this product or any Mystic Monk merchandise because of their quality and the honesty. I have never thought I was deceived or received an inferior product. Indeed, I often recommend fellow coffee buffs and connoisseurs. They could easily charge ten to twenty dollars more and I still would feel that their items would be worth the price. By not charging so, I feel that they have gained loyal customers who will continuously come back including myself of course!
Absolutely the best option for keeping your coffee fresh once you open the bag! You hear that air being pressed out and know your coffee will be fresh until the last few beans.
Best coffee storage option I have ever found - you hear that air escaping when you press down and wow does it keep the coffee fresh. When you open the bag there's no other way to keep this coffee as fresh as the Vault. Thank you Mystic Monks!
I've used the monk coffee vault for whole bean coffee for over a year now. The coffee sure stays fresh longer this way. The one tip I have is to place the vault on a flat surface when you push down the airlock (not sure what to call it). It's easier that way.