Coffee roaster Probat UG 22 for sale

Started by Th.Boccard in Equipment & Tech. Last reply by Jeon, Chan Kwon on Wednesday. 6 Replies

i have Probat UG 22 coffee roaster for sale with cyclone, rebuild 5 years ago

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For Sale

Started by Tammy Kerr in Classifieds on Wednesday. 0 Replies

Located at 6318 Scioto Darby Road Hilliard, Ohio 43026. New Grounds CoffeehouseUsed in good shape and well maintained working order:Bunn CW TF15-APS Coffee Maker $225.00Contact Tammy 614-915-1777Continue

Best Frappe Mix on the Market?

Started by Paradise Coffee in Retail Coffee Business. Last reply by Mike Clark on Sunday. 18 Replies

Hello again everyone.  I am trying to decide on a a frappe mix for my soon to be opening coffee shop.  So far, I am considering Capucine, Big Train, and Cafe D'Amore.  I was curious as to what brand you chose for your shop and why.  Thanks in advance.Continue

should you roast for espresso?

Started by lottie poulton in Coffee & Roasting. Last reply by Mike McGinness Mar 21. 2 Replies

I recently roasted a blend that was 70 percent high acidity columbian and 20 percent pulped natural Brazil. Both coffees tasted balanced on the cupping table. The Columbian was roasted with a 3 minute Roast development time to bring down the acidity. As an espresso with milk it was coming out with sour notes. Should I roast it darker or should I just adjust the blend? It feels like I roasted both coffees to the best of their ability. Or is this a barista brewing problem?Continue

Why use a piston lever espresso machine?

Started by Joseph Zimmermann in Espresso. Last reply by Dirk Mar 19. 31 Replies

I know of a new coffee shop that is looking at saving a few bucks by getting a piston lever espresso machine. What are the advantages or disadvantages of getting one of these over a semi-auto or an automatic like almost every other shop has? Wouldn't they be slower and more labor intensive? I love to hear thoughts!

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FOR SALE: We are selling our 6 lbs/3 kilo San Franciscan

Started by Bob Weeks in Classifieds. Last reply by John P Mar 18. 1 Reply

With the addition of our new Loring Falcon S15 we've decided to part ways with our beloved San Franciscan. It's a great shop roaster in excellent condition, and it's only a year and a half old. Maximum capacity is about 18 pounds per hour.The roaster is set up for propane, but a call to Coffee Per can get you a conversion kit for natural gas. Price is $13,500 plus buyer pays for crating and shipping. Approx 20 feet of double wall stainless 6 inch pipe is included. Here are the specs. Floor…Continue

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