i-Roast 2 Arrives for Review - Roast Your Own Single Serve Coffee
We've been trying to get into the home coffee roasting game for quite awhile here at Single Serve Coffee, and we're really excited to finally have our own i-Roast 2 in the house for some coffee roasting fun. We've got two sets of GREEN - yes GREEN unroasted Columbian coffee beans to start with, and we'll be testing out the i-Roast 2 over the next week or so.
Now, some would say that Single Serve Coffee and home roast really don't go hand and hand, and we say to them - NO WAY! We've actually been drinking lots of home roasted coffee from the Single Serve Coffee staffers for over a year now. We use the My K-Cup Reusable filter with our Keurig brewers, and various ground coffee accessories in our coffee pod brewers including the Perfect Pod maker with the coffee we've received, and it's always amazing.
We'll have a full review of the i-Roast 2 very soon, and directions on how you can start home roasting your own Single Serve Coffee, and what you'll need to be successful.
Do you have any experience as a Single Serve Coffee reader roasting your own coffee? If so - sound off in the comments and let us know things we should and shouldn't try.
i-Roast 2 Features:
- Roasts and Cools in less than 20 Minutes
- Up to 10 programmable memory functions
- Up to 5 stages
- Roasts up to 1 cup (150 grams / 5.3 oz) of beans
- Roasts enough beans to produce up to 24 cups of coffee
- Programmable roast profiles from light to French and anything in between
- Patented temperature control to give you consistent personalized roasting performance
- 2 Preset Automatic Roasting Curves for slower and faster roasts
- Glass Roasting chamber allows clear visibility, during every stage of the roast
- Double Filtration Chaff collection that also disassembles for easy cleaning
- Built in 4 minute cooling cycle
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Posted by Jay Brewer at May 22, 2008 10:00 AM