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    Roasting for eating?

    Have you ever had chocolate covered coffee beans? Does anyone know how these are roasted so that they can be eaten?

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    they are roasted then coated with chocolate....you can eat straight coffee beans...
    "Wine is for aging, not coffee."
    Ken Hutchinson, Starsky and Hutch

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    I've tried it before and they were pretty chewy but I just tried eating a dark roasted bean and it was just fine so I suppose they just need to be roasted dark enough.

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    We actually supply chocolate coated beans. You will find that they become quite chewy if too lightly roasted and to crunchy if too dark. Try find a balance that suits you. We roast ours to a french colour but then coat them quite heavily with choc, dark choc too is good.

 

 

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