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Roasting Coffee: How to Roast Green Coffee Beans like a Pro

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How a bean is grown determines its flavor potential, but it’s the roasting that brings those flavors out and creates the rich, complex flavors in the coffee that we drink. Changing the roast level can bring out completely different notes and flavors from a bean, and is just as important to the cup’s ultimate profile as the growing and processing. This book will explore how coffee beans are roasted , both in large-scale operations and by home enthusiasts.

52 pages, Kindle Edition

Published September 5, 2017

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Jessica Simms

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June 2, 2021
Kinda Useful... Sorta

1. Super fast read
2. Good, concise overview

1. Had to download it every time I wanted to read another section. Issue with the kindle store, or something.
2. No depth of information
3. Wasn't anything I hadn't already read on a dozen websites
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143 reviews
February 11, 2021
Is ok

All info can be found on internet/youtube. Definitely wouldn't pay for this. Writing is good and no overly technical terms were used. Best thing is all the info is together and well organized.
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July 25, 2019
Concise, easy to read

The book is informative and right to the point.
It's a short introductory book about coffee roasting with little information about coffee profiling.
May 1, 2022
Introduction to roasting

This book is a somewhat broad introduction to the coffee roasting process. Concise and succinct it checks all the boxes for someone just getting into roasting their own beans.
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December 22, 2021
Some good tips but a bit shallow

As with many roasting books they do not tell you exactly the results of your actions they give you general concepts but unfortunately this doesn't really help when you are wanting to achieve specific changes to a specific bean.
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