Roast Your Own Single Serve Coffee
We know everyone who visits here is in search of a single cup of perfect coffee and often times we forget that it doesn't just have to be coffee pods, K-Cups or even Nespresso Coffee Capsules. Sometimes here at SingleServeCoffee.com we take out our Eco-Pad reuseable coffee filter, K-Cup Reuseable Coffee Filter or our Aeropress and get some fresh roasted coffee at our local Whole Foods. It's a nice change and you feel really empowered to see what amount of coffee works and what method has different tastes and textures.
We have recently been introduced by friends to home roasting using a hot air popcorn popper. There is a great series of photos on Flickr that’ll explain and show you how to roast your own coffee with this method. We think this might be a nice addition to our coffee exploration here at Single Serve Coffee. Check out the photo expose and see what you think. We think we're up for it.
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Posted by Jay Brewer at May 4, 2006 7:51 AM
If you find that roasting your own coffee is something that you really want to do, you should check out the Zach and Dani home roaster. I've been using it for over a year, and it's been great. It's held up well to my bi-monthly roasts, and even better... no smoke at all. It also has all the controls so that you aren't forced to guess at the roast times, etc. You find the setting you like, set it and forget it. It works really well for city to full city roasts. A link to my review was actually posted here a while back: http://www.kitchencontraptions.com/archives/000738.php