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Behmor Home Coffee Roaster Overview

Guide to roasting coffee at home with the Behmor 1600 home coffee roaster.

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    Coffee Roaster-800N Connoisseur

    Roasting with an 800N Connoisseur

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      Mighty Good

      Artisan Roaster David Myers from the Mighty Good Coffee Roasting Co. of Ann Arbor goes behind the beans.

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        I machined the drum from 303 steel which is corrosion resistant up to 1500 deg. The stainless wire mesh on the drum door allows the chaff to fall out. Inside the drum are two agitator fins that run the full length of the drum to insure even roasting of the beans.

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          Swing’s Coffee Roasters

          The oldest coffee roaster (and possibly oldest coffee shop) in Washington, DC www.thomasmichaelcorcoran.com

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            Coffee Roaster Cooler

            You want to cool it fast. This goes from roast temp to room temp in less than 15 seconds and removes the chaff. The roast looks a bit uneven. Actually it is quite even and is a light roast — just until first crack is over. Roaster is propane, homemade powered by a Tormek. Cooler is a wood shop dust collector. Roast time is 13-16 minutes with 32 ounces by volume of greens.

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              Planet bean roasting facility video. This is how we roast our gourmet fair trade organic coffee in Guelph, Ontario Canada. Fresh roasted coffee is the only coffee. Don’t settle for stale, tasteless supermarket coffee!

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                Coffee roasting at home

                Home roasting has a lot of fun. Fresh coffee is on the way when the roasted bean have 24 hours resting. Make a perfect cup of Cappu or Latte to refresh the taste bud….Bravo!!!

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                  Nesco Pro CB-101PRP Coffee Roaster

                  Unboxing roaster, washing roaster and then roasting coffee.

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                    A quick interview with coffee buyers Scott Merle and Stephany Dybeck during their recent visit to the farm at Finca El Valle in Antigua, Guatemala. Feb 25, 2008.

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