The Cafe Mocha: Best chocolate and methods. Your opinions?

Started by Paul Tostberg in Espresso. Last reply by Lauren Evans 12 hours ago. 23 Replies

Our Cafe offers several mocha choices and we wish to upgrade the quality of each. We struggle with the plastic pumps used with the standard chocolate syrup bottles. The powdered chocolates are good quality but time consuming to mix into individual drinks. What works well for you?

Sonofresco

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Sonofresco

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Air Flow and Profiling

Started by Sarah Leanne Barnett in Coffee & Roasting. Last reply by Mike McGinness on Wednesday. 1 Reply

I'm very excited about going to the Southeastern Roasters Conference in NOLA this year. I've heard word of a new class being introduced in studying air flow. I've been compiling a journal to bring with me with experiments that I've completed with light roast/dark roast variables in changing my two airflow components. Now I KNOW a lot of you roaster nerds have opinions about air flow, we all do- let's be honest, and some are more tight lipped about their profiling than others. If any of you are…Continue

Best place to buy custom mugs?

Started by trimhound in Retail Coffee Business. Last reply by Sarah Leanne Barnett on Wednesday. 11 Replies

I'm a bit overwhelmed by all the vendors of custom coffee mugs and was wondering if anyone has experience with a particular website/retailer they'd recommend?  I'm looking to buy some high end mugs and a lot of the sites seem to peddle what appears to be pretty cheap stuff. I've got one of these Stumptown mugs (http://buy.stumptowncoffee.com/mug-sternwheeler.html) I really like and would love to make one up with my logo.  This…Continue

Chemex Brewing Recipe

Started by Crucial Coffee in Coffee & Roasting on Monday. 0 Replies

Hey CoffeeGeek Community. Happy to post our own personal Chemex recipe. Hope this can help. Cheers. You'll Need:Chemex®Crucial Coffee Reusable Filter GrinderKettleGram ScaleTimerFill your kettle with water and bring to 205F.Adjust your grinder to a fine, or medium setting. You may have to play with the settings depending on your coffee grinder, grinds, and humidity. Medium setting…Continue

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Lauren Evans replied to Paul Tostberg's discussion The Cafe Mocha: Best chocolate and methods. Your opinions?
"I just found this recipe: http://www.epicurious.com/recipes/food/views/mocha-sauce-102285 It looks good, because it's made from stuff with a bunch of preservatives and etc. And you can say that you make your chocolate sauce from scratch!…"
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"Sorry, I've been a Pellethead low & slow kind of guy for over 2 decades LOL. "
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"www.loyalstricklin.com I use a local leather maker that has a beautiful mason jar wrap. He hand stamps your logo on every one. There's a one time brass stamp fee (to make an actual brass stamp that you can have later were you to stop ordering…"
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Air Flow and Profiling

I'm very excited about going to the Southeastern Roasters Conference in NOLA this year. I've heard word of a new class being introduced in studying air flow. I've been compiling a journal to bring with me with experiments that I've completed with light roast/dark roast variables in changing my two airflow components. Now I KNOW a lot of you roaster nerds have opinions about air flow, we all do- let's be honest, and some are more tight lipped about their profiling than others. If any of you are…See More
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Chemex Brewing Recipe

Hey CoffeeGeek Community. Happy to post our own personal Chemex recipe. Hope this can help. Cheers. You'll Need:Chemex®Crucial Coffee Reusable Filter GrinderKettleGram ScaleTimerFill your kettle with water and bring to 205F.Adjust your grinder to a fine, or medium setting. You may have to play with the settings depending on your coffee grinder, grinds, and humidity. Medium setting…See More
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Dave Dawson replied to Dave Dawson's discussion For Sale: 2010 Diedrich IR-12. Mint Condition.
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For Sale: 2010 Diedrich IR-12. Mint Condition.

For sale is a VERY lightly used Diedrich IR 12 Coffee Roaster with infrared burners and set up for propane. It has been used at about 10% the monthly volume that it is built for, and kept in excellent condition. It was purchased new in 2010. It has NEVER had a stack, cooling tray, drum or chaff collection fire. The drum remains perfectly balanced. Only high grade specialty coffee has been in this roaster, and never over-roasted. This machine has been meticulously cared for and is in "like new"…See More
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