Coffee roasting machines use heat to transform pure green coffee beans into the brown ones we know and love, which we use in our coffee makers and grinders.
The main aim of roasting your coffee beans is to add to the flavour and taste of the end product. Most are done on a large scale before it even hits the supermarket shelves and coffee shops, but roasting on a smaller scale has become popular over the years.
Independent and speciality coffee shops may roast on a small scale to experiment with flavours, especially if they serve single-origin blends. Roasting at home also has these benefits, with people able to experiment more with flavour profiles and create an even fresher taste than if they were only to use a bean grinder.
If you are setting up a coffee shop, or merely want to roast coffee at home as a hobby, you will need a device to do some of the work. These are the best coffee bean roaster machines that we have reviewed:
The Best Home Coffee Roasters
Coffee Bean Roaster Buying Guide
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