コーヒー豆を自家焙煎するよ! ☆ Roasting green coffee beans at home

コーヒー豆を自家焙煎するよ! ☆ Roasting green coffee beans at home


It’s almost touching the ceiling Maybe only 2 cm more And… the leaves are slightly droopy The roots are clogging as well Have to get it changed next year And next winter…. Now I’m moving it inside the room And around May next year I’ll move it back outside But next winter it surely won’t fit inside the room What should I do I don’t want to prune it too much Maybe I’ll take a cutting There’s still one year to go I’ll think about it As for the yucca just now I’ve grown it for almost 14 years At first it was this small Now it’s grown into something like that I wanted to do a Pad Thai video today Pad Thai But I have to go out in two hours And I don’t want to film within such limited time So I’ll film something simpler: A video about coffee beans The beans I’m roasting today are from Manabi in the Andes in Ecuador Before roasting the beans You need to select… not really select, but need to sort the beans first some are worm-eaten some have moulds And some did not grow into proper shapes As for these you need to pick them out by hand These here have tiny round holes on them here These are eaten by worms This kind of beans I always remove them Don’t know if you can see it this one has a green bit This usually means mould is growing inside the worm-eaten beans Therefore Those with the tiny 1-mm holes I pick them all out Today’s beans are of very good quality There aren’t so many defect beans This is starting to look like a coffee channel now How should I do it today Let me stop after the first crack Not until the second crack Make it “full city” This crackling sound is the sound of a “crack” This is the first crack Now the first crack has mostly finished Should I stop? Let me stop Pour the beans out Now I’ll leave them for a while to cool down When the beans are roasted The skin of the beans called “chaffe” will peel off They will be everywhere The coffee roaster I always use is from “auvelcraft” According to the user’s manual this model can only roast a maximum amount of 200 grams raw beans But I always do 250 grams When the amount is too much There’ll easily be unevenness in the roasting For example this one is quite dark But this one is still light Though there’s unevenness I just take it as part of the flavour I don’t think about it too much when drinking it Still tasty as always From my experience The beans don’t taste very good on the day of roasting The taste will be much better if you leave it at least for a day On the day of roasting The flavour and the aroma are not very refined It tastes better from the second day onwards That’s what I’ve always experienced But I’m gonna drink it anyway. Today. That’s all for coffee

100 thoughts on “コーヒー豆を自家焙煎するよ! ☆ Roasting green coffee beans at home”

  1. 自然冷却だと中の熱が抜けにくいので、小型のサーキュレーターの上に載せて急冷すると良いですよ。チャフがすごいことになりますが!

  2. このチャンネルの雰囲気がとても素敵で、いつも楽しく観させてもらってます*°
    これからも楽しみにしています。陽だまりが心地よさそうですね〜

  3. だんだんコーヒーチャンネルみたいになってきちゃった(´・ω・`)って
    真顔で言うりょーやさん、笑いました。(笑)

  4. あれだけ煙が出ると火災報知器とか反応して音鳴りそうなもんだけどwにしても家でコーヒー豆焙煎するってすげぇwww焙煎機持ってるのもすごいしwwてか生豆って高そうww

  5. 私も最近焙煎生活始めました。同じ焙煎器購入してみました!火加減、置く時間、などなどちょっと条件を変えただけでいろんな表情を見せてくれるので楽しんでいます。難しい部分もありますがf^_^;試行錯誤ですね〜。

  6. 前回の焙煎動画で同じ焙煎機を購入した者です。あれから毎週末に必ず焙煎しています。マンデリンが好きで、自分が美味しいと感じられるようになりました。この出会いに感謝します。

  7. 自宅で焙煎したことありますが、匂いが部屋中に付いてなかなか取れなかったです。
    この後ファブリーズとかで対処してるんですかね。

  8. りょうやさんの動画が好きです~他の人と比べたらカメラ、照明、話し方、ちがいがわかります!

  9. うわー。凄い散らかしようですね。私はぎんなん煎り器で焙煎していますが、ガスコンロの火の周辺くらいまでしか汚れません。自宅で焙煎を始めたらこの美味しさに、散らかすことよりも勝ってしまって、はまってしまいました。いつも美しい画像を届けてくださりありがとうございます。また、綾也さんの動画をブログに張り付けてもいいですか?どうかお体には気を付けて。益々のご活躍を祈っています。

  10. 初めてコーヒー豆を焙煎してるとこを見れました^^(前に漫画で読んで気になってたのです。笑)いい匂いなんだろうなぁ・・(^-^) それにしても、コーヒー豆炒った後の皮、すごいですね>< お掃除大変だ。。。 さっきグラインダーのお手入れ動画も見させてもらいましたが、何事も手入れが大変と・・・学びましたw 綺麗好きでよろし^^

  11. Sorry if this has been asked more than once, but what brand/model is your gas 1-burner range? Love how you go through the whole process to make your coffee. 🙂

  12. アウベルクラフト!めっちゃ使ってまーす!ムラができるので私の場合は150gくらいまでにしてますねー。カセットコンロで同じくやってますが超美味しいですよね。炒り直後は直後で、さっぱりしてて美味しいですけどねー。笑。友達来た時とかに炒りからやるとイベントになって楽しいです。最後にドリップパックにしてあげたりすると楽しいですー。お土産に。

  13. いつも動画楽しく拝見しています!

    私もコーヒーが好きで焙煎からしてみたいと思うんですが

    甘くして飲むから意味無いと周りから言われます…

    言われてもやりますけど笑笑

  14. りょうやさん、質問なのですが、珈琲豆を焙煎器に入れるときに使われている、じょうごはどこで購入されましたか?

  15. Is that a yucca plant? It's huge! how long have you had it? Mine has some brown leaves at the bottom after 5 months. I should probably be doing something differently…

  16. hello ryoya, love your videos. i think i am addicted to watching your channel. may i know what brand is that vacuum cleaner you used to clean up after roasting the coffee beans? did you buy it in japan?

  17. 部屋の雰囲気的に田舎の静かなところにありそうだな〜って思ってたらベランダから見える風景が意外と街並みだった

  18. 今のアンタの動画は本当に凄いわ
    動画じゃなくて映像だもの…電気屋の4kテレビで流してもらうべきだわ。
    本当に見ててコーヒーが美味しいわよ。こんなに手間かけて動画作ってくれてありがと

    作ってくれたらホントに幸せね♪

  19. Hi Ryoya ! thanks for sharing your videos. Where I can get the coffee roaster you are using? I will be visiting Tokyo next month.

  20. ベトナムでバーターとちょっとワインとか入れたら、めっちゃ美味しいとおもう。動画ありがとう。

  21. Is there any international link or way to buy a stovetop coffee roaster with delivery to Europe? The Japanese link although going to the product website but there is no option for other languages unless I can't see it.

  22. Hi from Indonesia..the coffee paradise. I also roast coffee bean by my self. Wait around 10-15 sec after 1st crack done then lift it from the burner and cooling down soon. Always have fresh roasted bean everyday.

  23. Ryoya, Hello from Canada. Love your videos, love your relaxed style ……….. Is your roaster the 2.5mm or the 5.0 mm ? Thank you, and keep up the great work.
    Reg

  24. Hi Ryoya Takashima, I am from Hong Kong and I am sorry to tell you that..
    there are some cafes in Hong Kong using your videos as their ads of their cafes or keep playing your videos in front of their cafes to pretend it's your business or you are their barista.
    I am really really sorry about that, even I am not sure did they get your permission for that(probably not).
    I like your videos, I like your style and I like who you are. Thats why I do feel shame about that

  25. Sit the vacuum down next to but not to close to the coffee bean roaster so it can suck all the coffee bean skins.

  26. Hi Ryoya, would you be willing to make a video on how you made your roasting device =) I assume you made it. Thank you for all of your videos.

  27. hello Takashima san, fan of your channel. just wondering where i can buy your coffee roaster? or if they are available to purchase for the US?

  28. Athigan wants to be blended too. You should invite him to your house one day to blend him. It is his dream to be blended at your house.

  29. Hi Ryoya,
    I stumbled across your videos this weekend and I am loving all the coffee ones! I also watched your making soba noodles video and I loved it. More coffee and Japanese cuisine videos please!!!

  30. ほんとだったらグテマラ・ホランケって工程しなきゃだめだけど、できてないね

  31. If I live with my self only, I’ll follow your or copy your life style, so simple and a healthy breakfast or foods. I salute your life style senpai.💪👍🙋🏻‍♂️

  32. Hello Ryoya Takashima, I really enjoyed this video. Did you make the coffee roaster or did you buy it? If you brought it, where was it?

  33. Hi, great tutorial video. Very minimalist and conversational vibe.. Like it a lot. However, you can improve your bean cooling to 60 second cooling for FREE if you have a cardboard box, a vacuum cleaner, and some tape, using the suction of the hoover to cool MUCH more rapidly.. It has genuinely changed my home roasting game.

    You basically seal up the whole box completely airtight, then create a hole just big enough for your cooling rack/sieve, and another for your vacuum cleaner pipe, then suck the heat away. It works great!

    Hope that helps

  34. 焙煎楽し!! だけど、アウベルクラフトの焙煎機って、
    https://youtu.be/O1HdY1nm6bs 
    の完全な猿真似作りですよね。こういうパクリって物作り日本人として恥だと思うんだけどなあ。   いや、ryoma さんの動画にけちつけるわけじゃなくて、メーカーの社会的、道義的な良心の話しなだけですので、・・。

  35. Hi Ryoya. I enjoyed seeing your roasting method. I have been roasting my coffee beans using a hot air popcorn popper. I have not been looking for beans with tiny holes. I will do that next time. Thank you for your good channel. John

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