Cool your coffee faster by removing the drum.
Need a little help with your Bullet R1? We are here for you.
Sign up for this roasting basics class. It's going to be a lot of fun.
Listen in and share with a friend that needs a little motivation getting started with roasting on their own.
For some people who roast their own coffee, off-the-shelf home coffee roasting appliances don't cut it.
A thermometer can help you establish a more consistent roasting routine. Adding a thermometer to your air popper measures the temperature of the forced air heat flow after it has passed through the beans.
What You Need: A gas oven. A perforated pan, a vegetable steamer, or a stainless steel wire mesh collander.
Do you really need a thermometer clip? Well, not really, but if the dial face is moving around while you are cranking, it makes it hard to read.
When I started roasting with an air popper, I found that timing the roasts was difficult.
Sweet Maria's customer jumps into his own coffee business
Miniature versions of those commercial roasters you always fantasize about using.
Air roasters are put in the same category because of the hot air thing but they are all different. There's at least one here that fits your needs.
Tom steps through the basics of roasting on a popcorn popper - using the popper he found in the thrift store for $3 in the previous video.
Tom demonstrates roasting in a popcorn popper.