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Exploring coffee roasting experiences and insights

Welcome to our blog on coffee roastery operations and insights into roasting,
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Knowledge
6
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Heat transfer methods in coffee roasting

Explore the three basic concepts of heat transfer used in coffee roasting
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How to roast
6
min read

Handling Unique Situations When Roasting Ethiopian Natural Coffee

This post covers strategies for handling unique situations when roasting Ethiopian natural coffee, such as dealing with small green coffee screen sizes or when the first crack temperature differs from expectations.
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How to roast
7
min read

Learning About Medium Point Roasting of Colombian Washed Coffee

This article is about roasting Colombian Washed coffee, and it delves into the trial and error process and improvement methods involved.
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How to roast
8
min read

Baked defects in Ethiopian Natural Coffee Roasting

This article discusses instances of baked defects in Ethiopian Natural coffee roasting and how to improve them
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How to roast
8
min read

Designing Roasting Profiles According to Coffee Processing

This post explore roasting using three processing methods of coffees and discuss how to design roasting profiles accordingly
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Roast Profile
7
min read

Geisha Natural Coffees Roasting Reviews

In this post, we have roasted and reviewed three geisha natural coffees: Guatemala, Panama, and Bolivia Geisha Natural.
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Roast Profile
10
min read

Three Brazilian Coffee Roasting Reviews

In this post, we have roasted and reviewed three different types of green coffee: Brazil Santuario Sul SL-28 Washed Mosto, Brazil Santuario Sul Starmaya Natural Fermented, and Brazil Santa Ines Acaia Natural Fermented.
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How to roast
6
min read

Designing Profiles for Ethiopian Natural Coffee

This article explores the importance of considering the characteristics of Ethiopian natural coffee beans, forming fast and slow airflows in two batches for roasting, and comparing the results to intricately adjust the roasting profile.
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How to roast
6
min read

Designing Profiles Based on Roast Levels - Dark Roast

This post explores adjusting dark roasting profiles based on rising exhaust temperatures, emphasizing the need to consider airflow and temperature settings to prevent defects like 'baked' or 'burnt' characteristics.
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How to roast
7
min read

Designing Profiles Based on Roast Levels with Guatemalan Washed

This post aims to experiment with various profiles to understand how altering the roast point during the roasting process of Guatemala washed coffee influences its taste, seeking to find the optimal flavor.
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How to roast
8
min read

Designing a Light Roast Profile - Colombian Washed (2)

Due to the relatively low discharge temperatures in light roasting, roasting defects are more likely to occur. Therefore, defects such as underdeveloped or baked flavors should be addressed and resolved by making adjustments to the roasting profile as you continue with the batches.
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How to roast
9
min read

Designing a Light Roast Profile - Colombian Washed (1)

To understand the characteristics of unknown coffee beans, we will conduct two different roasting experiments. Through these results, we can determine which roasting profile brings out the best expression of Colombian washed coffee.
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Knowledge
6
min read

Structure of a Roasting Machine

This content focuses on the most commonly used types of roasting machines, which are the drum direct-heat roasting machine and the drum indirect-heat roasting machine.
Read post
Knowledge
8
min read

The Importance of Airflow in Coffee Roasting

Airflow is naturally formed inside the roasting machine. Airflow in the roasting machine changes with power of burner, exhaust, size of batch. Everything a roaster does during the entire roasting process, including preheating and draining, is related to changes in airflow.
Read post
Knowledge
6
min read

Understanding RoR in Coffee Roasting

Users who use roasting software in first time often ask what RoR means. It is hard to explain in one sentence clearly, so I’m going to explain in this post.
Read post
How to roast
6
min read

Handling Unique Situations When Roasting Ethiopian Natural Coffee

This post covers strategies for handling unique situations when roasting Ethiopian natural coffee, such as dealing with small green coffee screen sizes or when the first crack temperature differs from expectations.
Read post
How to roast
7
min read

Learning About Medium Point Roasting of Colombian Washed Coffee

This article is about roasting Colombian Washed coffee, and it delves into the trial and error process and improvement methods involved.
Read post
How to roast
8
min read

Baked defects in Ethiopian Natural Coffee Roasting

This article discusses instances of baked defects in Ethiopian Natural coffee roasting and how to improve them
Read post
How to roast
8
min read

Designing Roasting Profiles According to Coffee Processing

This post explore roasting using three processing methods of coffees and discuss how to design roasting profiles accordingly
Read post
How to roast
6
min read

Designing Profiles for Ethiopian Natural Coffee

This article explores the importance of considering the characteristics of Ethiopian natural coffee beans, forming fast and slow airflows in two batches for roasting, and comparing the results to intricately adjust the roasting profile.
Read post
How to roast
6
min read

Designing Profiles Based on Roast Levels - Dark Roast

This post explores adjusting dark roasting profiles based on rising exhaust temperatures, emphasizing the need to consider airflow and temperature settings to prevent defects like 'baked' or 'burnt' characteristics.
Read post
How to roast
7
min read

Designing Profiles Based on Roast Levels with Guatemalan Washed

This post aims to experiment with various profiles to understand how altering the roast point during the roasting process of Guatemala washed coffee influences its taste, seeking to find the optimal flavor.
Read post
How to roast
8
min read

Designing a Light Roast Profile - Colombian Washed (2)

Due to the relatively low discharge temperatures in light roasting, roasting defects are more likely to occur. Therefore, defects such as underdeveloped or baked flavors should be addressed and resolved by making adjustments to the roasting profile as you continue with the batches.
Read post
How to roast
9
min read

Designing a Light Roast Profile - Colombian Washed (1)

To understand the characteristics of unknown coffee beans, we will conduct two different roasting experiments. Through these results, we can determine which roasting profile brings out the best expression of Colombian washed coffee.
Read post
Roast Profile
7
min read

Geisha Natural Coffees Roasting Reviews

In this post, we have roasted and reviewed three geisha natural coffees: Guatemala, Panama, and Bolivia Geisha Natural.
Read post
Roast Profile
10
min read

Three Brazilian Coffee Roasting Reviews

In this post, we have roasted and reviewed three different types of green coffee: Brazil Santuario Sul SL-28 Washed Mosto, Brazil Santuario Sul Starmaya Natural Fermented, and Brazil Santa Ines Acaia Natural Fermented.
Read post
Knowledge
6
min read

Heat transfer methods in coffee roasting

Explore the three basic concepts of heat transfer used in coffee roasting
Read post
Knowledge
6
min read

Structure of a Roasting Machine

This content focuses on the most commonly used types of roasting machines, which are the drum direct-heat roasting machine and the drum indirect-heat roasting machine.
Read post
Knowledge
8
min read

The Importance of Airflow in Coffee Roasting

Airflow is naturally formed inside the roasting machine. Airflow in the roasting machine changes with power of burner, exhaust, size of batch. Everything a roaster does during the entire roasting process, including preheating and draining, is related to changes in airflow.
Read post
Knowledge
6
min read

Understanding RoR in Coffee Roasting

Users who use roasting software in first time often ask what RoR means. It is hard to explain in one sentence clearly, so I’m going to explain in this post.
Read post
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