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Home Roaster vs Commercial Roaster
ardanni90
Hello all!

I am completely new to roasting but have loved coffee for a long time. I am looking to purchase my first roaster and my goal to to eventually move it to a small business. Right now I am looking at the Fresh Roast SR540. My question is will I be able to learn on the device and have those skills translate to a small commercial roaster?

My thought process is to write down the times when I notice the beans to from green to yellow, then first crack and so on. The once I have determined a good recipe I would move to the commercial roaster but would this recipe be easily transitioned

Thanks a lot of your advice!

Adam
 
renatoa
Roast yes, you could get good results... learn something useful for commercial, almost nothing, imo. Wildly different heat dynamics.
I would evaluate to start straight with a 600 grams Cormorant, if having such future plans.
 
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