Roasting Old Green Coffee Beans

Roasting old green coffee beans can be a learning experience. The moisture percentage of the beans has reduced and all of the wonderful flavors we once experienced are slipping away every day that passes. In today’s video, we use this opportunity to experiment with the remaining coffee and try to squeeze out a fruit bomb using my Hive digital dome coffee roaster. I make some mistakes along the way which we will talk about.

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Video Timeline
0:00 Roasting Old Green Coffee Beans
0:49 Why I love the Hive coffee roaster
1:13 My Roasting Plan and potential challenges
2:0 My roasting plan
2:44 Charging the Hive roaster
6:50 Dry End
7:21 Heat management with the Hive roaster
9:50 First Crack
9:55 Letting the roast get away (increase temps)
10:40 I stalled my roast
11:20 Drop off coffee
12:17 Identifying problems with my roast
14:25 Tasting comments
15:39 How to bring life back to old green coffee beans

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INEXPENSIVE digital thermometer with probe – I used a 13 dollar digital meat thermometer to monitor coffee bean temperatures while roasting.

If your looking for a decent everyday coffee to get started roasting coffee at home, consider this 3 LB Nicaragua fresh green coffee beans (Amazon’s Choice) –

Bonavita 1 Liter Kettle –
Bonavita 1.7 Liter Kettle –

Baratza Encore Burr Grinder
Bodum Burr Grinder –

Coffee Scale With Timer –
Better Scale (OXO Brand) –

Immersion Brewers
Clever Dripper –
French Press –

Percolation/Pour-Over Brewers & Supplies
Kalita 155 Stainless Steel Dripper –
Kalita 155 Stainless Paper Filters –
Kalita 185 Stainless Steel Dripper –
Kalita 185 Paper Filters –

I roast coffee on my Mill City 500 gram commercial coffee roaster every week. I also use a Behmor and a hot air popcorn popper to roast some great coffee. Join me as we roast, brew and cup coffee every week at home.

Do you roast coffee at home? Do you craft single serve coffee and if so, what brewing method do you like? Please share your comments and be sure to like this video!

About Me:
I am a coffee enthusiast who roasts coffee from home on my sample size commercial drum coffee roaster. Coffee has been in my life for over 40 years, whether I was selling it or roasting it, I want to share my passion with you.

Supplies to Build Your Coffee Cart & Organize
24x48x63 wire rack (wheels not included) –
Wheels (set of 4) –
Hefty 15 Quart Storage Bins –

Rubber Necking – Topher Mohr and Alex Elena

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