Fresh&Easy Coffee Roaster tour – Caffe Calabria

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.

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.

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Coffee Randy talks about the roasting process and equipment used at Kona King Coffee Farms to make their amazing estate grown coffees.

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