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An interview on channel 12 news about our roasting house and the way we handle our products and why we buy them from who we buy them from

We use our sample coffee roaster to try out a recently arrived batch of Dominican Gold. This video is a little old, and the roaster has since seen some modifications. We were shooting for Full City + on this roast, and as you can here at the end may have hit just past it.

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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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