How Coffee Beans are Roasted | Small Coffee Roasting Machine | Mocha Mondo

How Coffee Beans are Roasted | Small Coffee Roasting Machine | Mocha Mondo


So here we are, we’re about halfway
through the roast and you can see that the colours are beginning to change from
the green through to a yellow and orange. These beans are actually swelling up in
size a little bit and beginning to lose their outer skin. What’s happening inside
the beans, is that the sugars are beginning to caramelize and the oils are
beginning to emulsify, to develop those flavors within the bean. Hi I’m Martin Homer from Mocha Mondo
Coffee. I am essentially a coffee roaster but we sell 12 different single origin
coffees from all around the world. Here we see a selection of the coffee’s that
we sell here in the pod and of the range we have Mocha Mondo Gold which is a
Colombian coffee and this would be our best seller and here we see the very
start of the process, where the green beans are put into the roaster. The
beeping noise tells me that the chamber in the roaster has come up to the perfect
temperature for introducing the beans. What we need to do is to set
the roaster going and select the correct time and temperature for the beans to
achieve in the next 15 minutes Now we’re entering into the final stage of
roasting it’s now up to me to use my skill and judgment to decide the exact
point at which I need to start the cooling stage and very essential to
produce a perfect bean and I judge that time to be around now The beans will discharge in a moment and go through to the cooling process which
takes three minutes so here we have a fantastic example of a
Peruvian coffee Roasted if I may say so… to perfection!

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