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Smoking Coffee Beans

This is a discussion on Smoking Coffee Beans within the Coffee Table forums, part of the Coffee Addicts category; Last week I smoked some coffee beans, I took some to work on monday and it was a hit. (everyone said only I was nuts ...

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    Smile Smoking Coffee Beans

    Last week I smoked some coffee beans, I took some to work on monday and it was a hit. (everyone said only I was nuts ) but they ALL loved it.

    My grill roaster should be here in a week, and then it time for bulk.

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    Smoked or Roasted... Maybe I am having another Duhhhh moment but... lol

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    I Roasted the coffee in my inhouse roaster then Smoked them in the grill outside for 1 hour

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    hmmm.... thats different.... Why do you need to smoke it more after the roasting? Just for more flavor? How dark do you roast at home before you smoke them?

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    I have heard of people doing this...I actually was talking to a friend a couple of years ago on experimenting with this..but we ended up being too busy to play.
    "Wine is for aging, not coffee."
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    I like a med to dark roast coffee (this one was tanzanian peaberry ) I did it with applewood and it didnt bake it anymore the temp was only 200 to 250 for 1 hour. it just ads a slight smoke flavor.

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    There is oak wood roasted.. Oak Wood Roasting
    I have not tried it but they have been in business since 76

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    I'm gonna have to try this then add the beans in the makings of a homebrewed stout.

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    i have also thought about this "smoked coffee" experiment. i thought i was the only one lol!

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    I've been toying with this idea, too.
    I wonder though, if it's best to smoke AFTER roasting or WHILE roasting.
    Seems as thought the beans wouldn't be able to fully complete the roasting process and properly (and quickly) cool if smoked after roasting . . .

    I'm looking into an old-school approach using a modified meat smoker as a possibility.

 

 
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