Roasting Coffee

Coffee Chaff

Coffee Chaff is the dried skin on a coffee bean. One of the good point of zenraost is it’s easy to remove chaff without any electric devices, only with your blowing. There is a lot of ingenuity in the size of two holes to remove chaff easily. So, How do you reuse it? I use …

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How to roast coffee

How to roast coffee at home

How to roast coffee at home Put fresh coffee beans in your Zenroast, and hold it over an open flame. Shake it, to avoid burning the beans. Beans turn light brown, begin to smoke slightly, and start smelling more like coffee. After about 5 minutes, your beans should begin to produce a rather loud popping …

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Introducing zenroast

Simple and minimum coffee roaster

This is very traditional tool, once used for roasting tea leaves, sesame seeds, etc in Japan. It also roasts coffee beans to perfection. This classic, everyday tool was more common among older generations, but we are rediscovering and redesigning its functionality with a minimalist, wabi­sabi beauty.

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