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The Coffee Roaster's Handbook - with FREE Adrano Green Beans

The essential coffee roasting guide for new roasters! Len has written 156 pages covering everything from the origins and evolution of coffee to practical guidelines for roasting and blending, Free shipping!

Roasting equipment essentials

Explore helpful info about at-home and commercial equipment, from air-popper-style roasters to large drum roasters, and other important tools like thermometers, afterburners, and beyond.

A brief history of coffee

Learn all about the origins of coffee, including primitive roasting methods, its introduction to worldwide trade markets, and its evolution to today.

Quick reference guide

Features an illustrated guide to roasting with a small or large drum roaster, from start to finish.

Now with a FREE pound of our most Award-Winning green unroasted beans, Brazil Volcano Coffee's Adrano! These are our most foolproof beans for roasting, as they have delicious taste profiles in every range from Light to French Roast.

Learn and roast! Great combination and great gift!

You receive the printed copy of the book and 1 pound of Adrano unroasted beans with roasting tips, or you can select the Roasting Book with 3 pounds of Adrano beans and save $10!

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  1. 5 Star Review Get it here from the source

    This is a really nice guide to roasting coffee with anything from amateur to professional grade equipment, and includes helpful guides on how coffee is grown, cupping procedures, and so on, without being overly preachy. Get it here on the site, and score some extra beans compared with those other online mega-sites...

    Posted by on Nov 30th 2020


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The Araku Valley of India

India's coffee tradition goes back 400 years or more, when a variety called Kent was first established in the Southern Hills. Arabicas predominated until the blight of 1870, when growers needed to hybridize to resistant varieties. The resultant strains had genes from Liberica and other unique, resistant species. Learn more and browse India's Araku Valley coffees here.

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