Our roasting method allows us to blend prior of post roasting, depending on our roaster's assessment of the beans.
CPavari - as I was looking thru more selections of your beans one thing I see that I think would be beneficial to know is in the drop down menu for Roast Profile you have "Roaster's Recommended Profile" but it doesn't tell me what that is.
I guess my thinking has been if the roaster is roasting a been at medium dark/dark it's because he thinks that is getting the most out of that bean but if it I don't like dark roasts then it may not be for me.
Just a thought.
I just can't see how you can keep up if you are truly custom roasting to order. Why are you so secretive of your roasting process/operation? Most people are proud to show off what they do and have. I look forward to hearing of your success.My partner, the robotics engineer, won't show off the system, but let's just say you're on the right track with multiple roasters roasting small amounts
We are anticipating filing patents. :smile: Hope you get a chance to try our beans.I just can't see how you can keep up if you are truly custom roasting to order. Why are you so secretive of your roasting process/operation? Most people are proud to show off what they do and have. I look forward to hearing of your success.
Couldn't agree more! We dabbled in automating our roasts in the beginning but came to the same conclusion. Roasting is an art. We're only talking about automation for the blending and such. Roasting still lies in the skill and experience of the roaster.I remember years ago. I mean like 10 years or maybe even longer, a guy had these air roasters that you could walk up and choose what you wanted exactly. Blend and roast profile. He said that it was all automated and that it was going to put all of us professional roasters out of business. I mean in theory it looks great. I am not a fan of automation...This is still partly an art.