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1. Application: You can use it not only to bake coffee beans, but also to bake popcorn, peanuts and nuts.
2. Capacity: can bake 300-500g at a time.
3. Temperature adjustable: 0-240 degree temperature adjustable, according to the need to adjust the baking temperature.
4. Safety assurance: Food-grade coating, you can use it safely, and it's easy to clean.
5. Lovely gifts: a beautiful and generous coffee bean roaster, you can give your family and friends at the festival, they will like it!
What is a coffee roaster?
Putting coffee beans in a coffee roasting pot,
The machine heats the coffee beans while tumbling the coffee beans,
Making the coffee beans evenly heated.
Why do we want to roast coffee ourselves?
Only when the coffee beans are cooked, can we smell the rich flavor.
This machine not only allows you to enjoy fresh coffee, but also to taste your own coffee flavor according to your personal preferences.
Note:Use it outdoors or in a really well-ventilated area. Besides, in order to prevent water from entering the motor, the pot can not be washed with water, you can clean with a wet towel.
PART 1: red bean dish
Black food grade Teflon layer: safe and easy to clean
PART 2: rotating lever
Rotate for about 1.6 seconds a week, when the beans are pressed under the rod, they will automatically rotate in the opposite direction.
Transparent glass cover:
The condition of the beans can be observed at any time during the baking process.
0-240 degrees Celsius is available
Baking is very simple, depending on the coffee beans, choose different temperatures
The machine could be used not only for roasting coffee beans, but also for baking other beans, peanuts, chestnut, barley, dried fruit, popcorn, etc
The amount of product you can roast at one time: coffee beans: 800 g; peanut: 500 g; soybeans / red beans: 1200 g; melon seeds: 400 g.
This machine comes with non-stick chassis, and there is a stirring rod in the bowl, the beans will be stirred by this rod during the baking process.
About the plug: We have European standard plugs (German standard). They are suitable for Germany, France, Netherlands, Denmark, Finland, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Austria, Belgium, Hungary, Spain, Sweden and other EU countries. If you are an EU country, our plug fits you. If you are English, we can give you a conversion plug.
About the chaff: When you have the right color of beans, you dump the from the cooker into a baking pan, and you shake the beans around the pan in a circular motion. Then simply blow the chaff away. (Do this outdoors, of course!)
In order to retain the heat to get the proper temperature, the lid should be on when we roast coffee.
Hope these words could be helpful !
Put coffee beans to 180 ° C
Before starting to roast coffee beans, you must remove the stones and other debris by hand. Because of the poor rolling ability of the residual beans, it is difficult to stir, which will affect the normal operation of the machine.
Complete the first crack in about 20 minutes
Coffee has a moisture content of about 11-12% in its raw form, and the color of the beans is uneven until the roasting process begins to crack.The first burst begins when the beans begin to swell.The release of water from the beans reflects the fact that as the beans continue to expand, more of the remaining skins leak out, releasing heat, and the beans develop a cinnamon-colored surface, which we call "light roasting."
Complete the second crack in about 25 minutes.
When the temperature rises to about 230 ℃ ,the coffee beans at the second burst will issue "split pumping ~ split pumping ~" ,from which we can easily distinguish the degree of baking.
After the second crack, the flavor is enhanced. The black wrinkles on the surface of the beans gradually disappear, and the surface has a little strong tan.
Complete moderate baking in about 35 minutes
Cool the beans quickly after baking, use a sieve to screen the silver residue, or blow the beans with a hair dryer to cool the beans. Do not let the natural cooling of the coffee beans.
Baking Name; Maximum Capacity; Reference Temperature; Reference Time;
Raw coffee: 500g; 180-240°C; 24-40 minutes;
Soy / Red Bean: 1200g; 180-220 ° C; 10-20 minutes;
Peanut: 500g; 160-180°C; 8-16 minutes;
Melon seeds : 400g; 180-200 ° C; 6-15 minutes;
Note: The parameters above is only for reference, which is subject to different beans.