What is slow roasting coffee beans?
The slow roasting process develops the essential oils of the coffee beans. It protects the surface of the beans from burning out and infuse coffee with flavorful contents. We need to heat up the coffee roaster machine before pouring the beans into it. When the beans are fed into the roaster the temperature suddenly decreases.
Should you roast your coffee beans at home?
Roasting your coffee beans at home can help you have more control over the flavor of your beans. Buying unroasted beans can also help you save a bit of money since you’re doing some of the process yourself. To begin with, roasting at home will let you make your coffee just the way you like.
What is roast coffee?
Roasting is a heat process that turns coffee into the fragrant, dark brown beans we know and love. Why roast? Roasting brings out the aroma and flavor that is locked inside the green coffee beans. Beans are stored green, a state in which they can be kept without loss of quality or taste.
How hard is it to learn to roast coffee?
Learning to roast isn’t easy. For a start, choosing a profile based on the coffee’s origin, altitude, and more is a lot to figure out. Get it wrong, and your beans might just burn or bake. How hard or soft your beans are (in other words your bean density) will also impact this.