Coffee Roasting

Roasting is a critical step in the coffee-making process that determines the final flavor and aroma of the coffee. It is the process of transforming green coffee beans into roasted coffee, which can be brewed into a delicious cup of coffee.

Main types of coffee roasters:

  1. Drum roasters: These are the most common type of roaster, where coffee beans are roasted in a rotating drum. The drum is heated to high temperatures, and the beans are agitated to ensure even roasting.

  2. Fluid bed roasters (Ours): These roasters use hot air to roast the coffee beans, which is blown through a bed of coffee beans, suspending them in the air.

  3. Hybrid roasters: These roasters combine elements of both drum and fluid bed roasters. They use a combination of hot air and a rotating drum to roast the coffee beans.


A good roast is crucial to achieving a high-quality cup of coffee. It is the roast that brings out the unique characteristics of each coffee bean, such as its flavor, aroma, and body. A good roast requires careful monitoring of the roasting process, such as the temperature and time, to ensure that the beans are roasted to perfection.

Different types of coffee require different roasting profiles, and the roasting process should be adjusted to bring out the best in each type of coffee. For example, light roasts are best for delicate and floral coffee, while dark roasts are ideal for bold and rich flavors.

We believe that roasting is an art form that requires skill and expertise to achieve the perfect roast. We take pride in our roasting process, using only the best coffee beans and carefully monitoring the roasting process to ensure that each cup of coffee is of the highest quality.


Are fluid bed roasters better?

A popular question among coffee enthusiasts is whether fluid bed roasters are superior for achieving the perfect roast. Air roasting, a technique employed by fluid bed roasters, is often considered to be the optimal method for unlocking a coffee bean’s true potential.

Air roasting offers several advantages, including the efficient removal of chaff – the thin, papery skin that can burn during roasting, resulting in a bitter or sour taste. Additionally, fluid bed roasters provide an even, consistent roast, ensuring that each bean is heated uniformly.

However, as with many aspects of the coffee industry, the ultimate answer to this question is subjective. Taste preferences vary from person to person, and what one individual perceives as the perfect roast might not suit the palate of another. So, while fluid bed roasters certainly offer a unique roasting experience, it’s essential to remember that the best coffee is the one that matches your personal preferences.


Different roast profiles


  1. Light Roast: Beans are roasted for a shorter period, resulting in a lighter color and bright, fruity, and acidic notes. The coffee retains more of its original flavors, showcasing the beans’ origin and terroir.

  2. Medium Roast: Roasted slightly longer than light roasts, medium-roasted beans exhibit a balanced flavor profile, featuring both the beans’ origin characteristics and the roasting process’s influence. Expect a medium body, mild acidity, and subtle caramelized sweetness.

  3. Dark Roast: Beans are roasted for an extended period, developing a dark color and bold, robust flavors. These roasts emphasize the roasting process’s impact, with pronounced bitterness, smoky notes, and a full body. The origin flavors of the beans become less distinct in dark roasts.


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