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The Aroma of Coffee! [Infographic]
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Have you ever wondered why the smell of coffee is just so irresistible? A company called Compound Interest broke it down to the chemical compounds present in each cup. Check out their infographic below.
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Coffee in America!
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How America is obsessed with coffee - infographic via I Love Coffee
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Love the infographics that are educational (and about coffee!), thanks and sharing.
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NCDT 2015 Infographic: 44% of employees are "less than very satisfied" with their coffee http://fgroa.st/1FnQT2T How's your office #coffee?
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Minimalist Coffee Roaster!
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Introduction to CRF-800 of CEROFFEE
  Hi, it's CEROFFEE.   CEROFFEE is the subbrand of coffee roasting machine manufactured by CM Tech Inc.   Let me introduce CRF-800, the first product manufactured by CEROFFEE. CRF – 800 is the coffee roaster with a simple and intelligent minimalist design. ...
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Anatomy of a Coffee Bean [Infographic]
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Part of our Coffee Fundamentals: Anatomy of a coffee bean
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What is Your Coffee Personality?
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Infographic: The Multiple Personalities of Coffee. Source: http://j.mp/1oNV67j
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It's time for the first annual coffee roasting competition from Mill City Roasters! My package is coming next week, and it's time to see if I've learned anything in the past year. Head out to their site for the details, the prizes are awesome and it should be a lot of fun!
https://millcityroasters.com/roaster-news/


Mill City Roasters brings commercial quality coffee roasters to the aspiring artisan roaster. Free shipping on all products!
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As birthdays go, this one was especially nice. ^_^ =D =D =D
My coffee roasting adventures will never be the same!  =D
Thanks, +Tim Campbell! <3 <3 <3

This was the first time roasting with the new HotTop Roaster.
I ran it on "auto" just to get familiar with how it works.
I had read the entire manual to try to determine if/when I might need to tweak the roasting, mid-cycle.  First and second crack passed while I was watching the color of the beans and the next thing I knew they were being ejected at 428ºF before they were quite to the level of darkness that I wanted.

They were almost as dark as I wanted, but not quite.

I went back to re-read to see how to extend the roast, just a tad.
It turns out 428ºF is the safety cut-off temperature.  :-/

I learned that as first-crack started, I should have cut the heat by 50% to allow a more gradual temperature increase between first and second crack. That way, second crack could go off at a lower temperature and allow for the possibility of slightly darker beans with a little oil showing, and without exceeding 428ºF.  Who knew!!!  ;-)

Always learning.  =D
I'll do better the second time.  =D

#coffee #espresso   #coffeeroasting   #hottop   #hottoproaster  
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As birthdays go, this one was especially nice. ^_^ =D =D =D
My coffee roasting adventures will never be the same!  =D
Thanks, +Tim Campbell! <3 <3 <3

This was the first time roasting with the new HotTop Roaster.
I ran it on "auto" just to get familiar with how it works.
I had read the entire manual to try to determine if/when I might need to tweak the roasting, mid-cycle.  First and second crack passed while I was watching the color of the beans and the next thing I knew they were being ejected at 428ºF before they were quite to the level of darkness that I wanted.

They were almost as dark as I wanted, but not quite.

I went back to re-read to see how to extend the roast, just a tad.
It turns out 428ºF is the safety cut-off temperature.  :-/

I learned that as first-crack started, I should have cut the heat by 50% to allow a more gradual temperature increase between first and second crack. That way, second crack could go off at a lower temperature and allow for the possibility of slightly darker beans with a little oil showing, and without exceeding 428ºF.  Who knew!!!  ;-)

Always learning.  =D
I'll do better the second time.  =D

#coffee #espresso   #coffeeroasting   #hottop   #hottoproaster  
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Thanks for sharing. I have an article about that in my Inbox that I haven't gotten to yet. Think I'll make some time now that I've seen it in action!
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