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Coffee Roasting is an Art and a Science

Coffee roasting is an art and a science, which is probably why my creative/analytical mind likes it so much.

I love this info-graphic.  Coffee roasters have their jargon, such as "full city", "first crack", etc.  This info-graphic helps explain what they mean.

Gourmet Coffee Roasting Infographic Shade Grown and Fresh Roasted Coffee Beans and Ground Coffee

What the heck is roasting type? - I Love Coffee

What the heck is roasting type?

Kitchen 101: Coffee – Roasting & Brewing

Roasting Coffee - How to Roast and Differentiate Coffee at Home. A Kitchen 101 article on coffee - from raw bean to cup

Coffee Infographic: Comparing Your Single Origin Beans

Coffee Infographic: Comparing Your Single Origin Beans

This is a guest post and cool coffee infographic from Adams & Russell Wholesale Coffee Roasters. Have you ever found it a struggle to easily compare single origin coffee beans when looking for . (Pour Over Coffee Vs French Press)

The Quick Reference Guide to Coffee Roast Styles

Different coffee roast styles have different taste qualities including acidity, aroma and complexity. Here is a quick reference to different coffee roast styles.

Coffee Roasts Guide to Great #Coffee from your favorite #Coffeelover

How To Select The Best Types of Coffee Beans for Brewing Coffee at Home - check out our stock to see if we sell your favorite beans!

10 things you may not know about coffee. I'm a coffee roaster and barista. If you guys like this, I'll do an AMA. - Imgur

10 things you may not know about coffee. I'm a coffee roaster and barista. If you guys like this, I'll do an AMA.

10 things you may not know about coffee. I'm a coffee roaster and barista. If you guys like this, I'll do an AMA. - Imgur

thedjournalguidetocoffee: “ So, where we left off: the green coffee beans are spinning happily in a heated steel drum. At about 165°C, or about four minutes after starting, the beans have lost most of their water content and are turning from green to...

thedjournalguidetocoffee: “ So, where we left off: the green coffee beans are spinning happily in a heated steel drum. At about or about four minutes after starting, the beans have lost most of their water content and are turning from green to.

What a unique way to roast coffee beans! This is the perfect way to make the most delicious cup of coffee ever!

How to Roast Coffee Beans {On a Budget

Check out this tutorial for how to roast your own coffee beans in an unconventional, budget-friendly way! (No expensive coffee roaster needed!) Make the freshest, most delicious cup of coffee you've ever tasted using this method.