Saturday, July 28, 2007

"DreamRoast" New Homebuilt Coffee Roaster for Roasting Beans



This is my newest 1kg electric coffee roaster.
Click on the title of this post to link to more pics and descriptions

11 comments:

Roger said...

Where are you in your project of making available your 1kg roater? I read somewhere that you have some plans inthe future, either to sell it or...

I live in Costa Rica and would love to build/have one like yours?

Phillip said...

Congratulations on a sweet setup. I've been roasting BM/TO for a couple of years but have only used a standard TO. The biggest problem is the thermostat cutting in just when 1st starts; stalling the roast. I'm interested in your mods to the TO if you're happy to share? phijoa at gmail dot com.

Anonymous said...

You are my hero, that is an amazing set up. I just purchased some green from Sweet Maria's and am planning on doing my first roast sometime this wk. Thanks for the inspiration.

I found your blog through your coffeegeek profile. Where in Mass are you located? I live in Chicopee.

Adam

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Farmroast said...

Adam Thanks,I'm in Amherst! Good luck roasting. Pm me from cgeek and let me know how it went. Ed

Anonymous said...

Ed,
Its nice to know that there is another local coffeegeek. I will absolutely let you know how it goes. I think I am going to try DB/HG set up; however, I have a spare bread machine that may later find its way into service.

Adam

Anonymous said...

hi Ed,
ur blog is wonderful! i'm an espresso newbie. may i ask how you built that amazing home bean roast unit? or where i can get more info about it. it looks great! i'm also very curious how to get those lovely green coffee beans. you are so organized! thank you. Steve from Portland, Oregon
gmpdx@hotmail.com

dk said...

Hi Ed,
Found your blog spot while researching coffee roasters. Still trying to find one we can afford. I am in West Africa trying to develop a coffee project here. I want to buy coffee from the farmers at a increase in price from them and raost it locally for consumtion. No one is roasting locally grown coffee in Ghana. I've been getting good response about the flavor of the beans, but just roasting them on top of the stove doesn't cut it. Any idea or help you can give me? Can you come to Africa and build one for us? Thanks dk

Farmroast said...

dk
Please tell me more about your project and I will see if I can help.
Ed

Farmroast said...

dk
Can contact me at farmroast@gmail.com
Ed

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