July 18, 2007

Summertime is time for Home Roasting

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If you are craving the best aroma and the finest freshness from your coffee, then you need to check out home roasting. With few exceptions you can not get fresher coffee, and believe it or not, it is not that hard to create excellent blends using a home roaster.

Summertime is a great time to get into home roasting, because you can do it outdoors, letting the roaster vent free to the wind, and enjoy the fruits of your labor without any issue of getting smoke indoors.

I reviewed the iRoast Home Roaster and thought it was really a great machine. With its pre-programed roaster times, and an easy supply of artisan quality green coffee available online, it makes for a fast way to get started on the new hobby. In short order I was roasting an excellent drip coffee and a very good espresso blend. If you're really into your coffee, home roasting is a great way to investigate bringing your passion to a new level.

Read More at my iRoast 2 Home Roaster Review

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Posted by Scott Martin at July 18, 2007 6:29 AM
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