Buy green coffee beans, then roast them at home with the Nesco coffee roaster. Demonstration from the 2008 Home & Housewares Show in Chicago. Interview by Ann Volkwein for Cooking.com.
Video 2 – Second Batch: I’m a customer of Sweet Maria’s in CA, I recently ordered a large amount of green coffee beans and a Behmor 1600. In this video I am roasting a 1 pound batch of the Sweet Maria’s Moka Kadir Blend. This is a blend of coffee beans designed for espresso. Information quoted from Tom at Sweet Maria’s in CA: (www.sweetmarias.com) Suggested roast Full City+, or Darker. Prime Attribute: Bold Intensity / Fruity, earthy, rustic sweetness, spice The coffee is described as: “huge body, strong bittersweet chocolate roast-taste, and intense fruited aromatics” Also of note: ” And I hate to say it but we find the occasional small rock in this coffee. Be sure to cull through the green and the roasted carefully.” So, I will be double checking through this coffee before I put it in my grinder, I don’t want to find a stone when I hear it ripping up the burrs on my grinder.
Roast your own coffee at home on the cheap. This short 6 minute video will take you through the entire process from start to finish. Using a roaster and a per lb bag of green coffee beans. Creating the best tasting cup of coffee you have ever enjoyed.
Take a journey with a coffee bean to the town of Padua, Italy, where we see the roasting process in action and the boutique roaster Vescovi Coffee, and remember “If its not Vescovi, then I’m Offee”
Sorry about the low light, the iphone really doesn’t do well indoors. West Bend The Poppery 1500w, unmodified. 50 degrees. First crack at around 3:30, second crack at about 6:30. Awesome! This salad spinner was a gift that was just going to get donated, but now I’m glad I got it. I realized after I was done that drilling some vent holes in the top will speed up the cooling even more. I’ll post a comment about how that works out.
Here is a 1-minute video showing about 10 lbs. of specialty coffee in the cooling tray. Through trial and error, and experimentation, we learn how that particular coffee wants to be roasted. We are looking for the sweet spot in that bean. Coffees from different regions, farms, and plant varieties have subtle but distinct differences in flavor, aroma, body, and finish. Through the craft of coffee roasting, we roast each coffee so that its full potential is realized.
Do it yourself, high speed sample coffee roaster
Coffee Randy talks about the roasting process and equipment used at Kona King Coffee Farms to make their amazing estate grown coffees.
Roast you own coffee at home with the I-Coffee roaster. Green coffee beans keep for over a year, roasted beans keep for a few weeks and ground coffee only keeps for a few seconds! This is why freshly roasted (and ground) beans are so important to making world class espresso. Roast your own and Taste the Difference. The I-coffee roaster is made in Korea to a very high standard and is now available at www.sorrentinacoffee.com
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