Timemore Vacuum Bean Canister


These vacuum canisters are a great accessory for any coffee lover and help to preserve the maximum flavours and aromas of your coffee.

That said, try to buy your coffee from your favourite roaster (Origin?) regularly, and always use it as fresh as possible. Grind as close as you can to when you brew.

Timemore’s vacuum seal coffee container is specifically designed for coffee storage. The pump action lid quickly creates an airtight seal, preventing further contact with air, the main cause of aging and oxidation (and therefore reduction in aroma and cup quality).

Unlike plastic containers, which stain and absorb fragrances, Timemore’s vacuum seal containers are made from stain resistant Borosilicate glass, making it easy to wash away any lingering fragrance from previously stored coffee (or tea or….).

They come in 3 sizes, the smallest will store just under 200g of beans (of course you will already have had your first cup), and the largest up to 500g of coffee.

For espresso drinkers in particular, storing coffee like this will reduce “dialing in” (grinder adjustment) to get your extraction just right. This will substantially reduce waste (if you are fanatical about the perfect cup), or having to drink less than perfect espresso.

Our single origin coffees are all packed into 250g bags straight from the roaster. For optimal freshness, if you select 1kg of a single-origin coffee, it will be shipped as 4x250g bags.  
Our blends and decaf are packed into both 250g and 1kg bags. 


  • Made from stain-resistant Borosilicate glass
  • Pump seal and easy release button
  • Stackable
  • Lids are interchangeable between sizes




  • Comes in 3 sizes: small (400ml – about 200g of coffee), medium (800ml) and large (1.2 litres – about 500g).
  • Size: all 10.8cm diameter


  • Machine wash glass part only.
  • DO NOT WASH THE LID, as it will ruin the seal.


  • 2-year limited warranty by the official importer.
  • Goood quality borosilicate glass is tough, but accidental breakage of the glass is obviously not covered.