Roasting green coffee beans yourself at home is pretty simple. We would like to present two traditional methods of coffee roasting: roasting in a pan / wok and roasting in the oven.

 

How to roast green coffee beans in a panKaffee_in_Pfanne_roesten

Roasting coffee in a pan is similar to roasting of nuts. Heat the pan to 200-220 degrees and then spread the green coffee beans in it. Important: Stir the beans constantly to (at least every 30 seconds), so that they get roasted evenly from all sides. After about 5 -7 minutes the beans begin to crack and steam. Since some smoke develops, we recommend to turn on a good ventilation at this point or open a window widely. After about 17 minutes the second crack can be heard and the pan can be removed from the heat. The roasting time can of course be shortened or extended depending on the desired degree of roasting / flavour. To cool the beans fill them into a cold dry container.

 

How to roast green coffee beans in an oven

Heat the oven to 200-220 degrees. Spread a layer of green coffee beans evenly on a clean baking sheet. The coffee beans should not lie on top of each other. Also remember that the beans become larger during roasting. When the oven has reached the desired temperature, put the sheet with the beans in it. The roasting process takes between 10 and 17 minutes - depending on the desired degree of roasting / colour of coffee beans. After 5 minutes first beans start to crack quietly (like popcorn). The roasting process begins shortly after and the beans turn brown. During roasting the oven should not be opened too frequently because otherwise a lot of heat would escape. It is enough to turn the beans around once (after about 10 minutes). Once the desired color is achieved, take the roasted beans from the oven and cool them as quickly as possible in a dry cold container.

 

Tip: To let the coffee develop its full flavour, we recommend you to let the roasted beans rest for at least 1-2 days after roasting.

 

If you have acquired a taste for freshly roasted coffee and wish a more comfortable and more professional home roasting option, you can purchase a coffee roaster.
 

A very interesting book on the topic can be found on Amazon:

amazon-logo_spiegeleffekt  Coffee roasting at home (German version)

 

Try now:

 

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Roasting green coffee beans yourself at home is pretty simple. We would like to present two traditional methods of coffee roasting: roasting in a pan / wok and roasting in the oven.

 

How to roast green coffee beans in a panKaffee_in_Pfanne_roesten

Roasting coffee in a pan is similar to roasting of nuts. Heat the pan to 200-220 degrees and then spread the green coffee beans in it. Important: Stir the beans constantly to (at least every 30 seconds), so that they get roasted evenly from all sides. After about 5 -7 minutes the beans begin to crack and steam. Since some smoke develops, we recommend to turn on a good ventilation at this point or open a window widely. After about 17 minutes the second crack can be heard and the pan can be removed from the heat. The roasting time can of course be shortened or extended depending on the desired degree of roasting / flavour. To cool the beans fill them into a cold dry container.

 

How to roast green coffee beans in an oven

Heat the oven to 200-220 degrees. Spread a layer of green coffee beans evenly on a clean baking sheet. The coffee beans should not lie on top of each other. Also remember that the beans become larger during roasting. When the oven has reached the desired temperature, put the sheet with the beans in it. The roasting process takes between 10 and 17 minutes - depending on the desired degree of roasting / colour of coffee beans. After 5 minutes first beans start to crack quietly (like popcorn). The roasting process begins shortly after and the beans turn brown. During roasting the oven should not be opened too frequently because otherwise a lot of heat would escape. It is enough to turn the beans around once (after about 10 minutes). Once the desired color is achieved, take the roasted beans from the oven and cool them as quickly as possible in a dry cold container.

 

Tip: To let the coffee develop its full flavour, we recommend you to let the roasted beans rest for at least 1-2 days after roasting.

 

If you have acquired a taste for freshly roasted coffee and wish a more comfortable and more professional home roasting option, you can purchase a coffee roaster.
 

A very interesting book on the topic can be found on Amazon:

amazon-logo_spiegeleffekt  Coffee roasting at home (German version)

 

Try now:

 

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