Roast coffee beans at home the RIGHT way – with Bill Doyle
There's nothing like a good cup of coffee in the morning. However, many people settle for coffee that is diluted and stale by the time it makes it to your cup.
I go through great lengths to make sure my coffee is as strong as possible, without sacrificing taste. I buy the coffee from different countries and plantations via BurmanCoffee.com, but it doesn't stop there. I have a special roaster that roasts my coffee beans in such a way that I can't drink coffee any other way.
This part of the process takes time to perfect. The length of time you roast the beans could change depending on the country of origin or even the specific coffee plantation. I usually roast my beans for 17 minutes, however in this video I had to cut it down to 15 minutes. And yes, those two minutes could make all the difference.
This process takes some time, but I promise you it is worth it.