Roasting Coffee African Style

KISS – this clip shows an easy and cheap way to build and run a home coffee roaster. The burning chaff is a bit dangerous – so donĀ“t try this at home unless you know what to do in case of fire!!!

A 3-min time-lapse coffee roasting video with deep cello roaster Justin Kagan. This professionally produced video is by filmmaker Brenda Grell.

Java Blend Coffee Roasters

A brief view of Java Blend Coffee Roasters, of Halifax Nova Scotia.

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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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