If you are just getting started and wondering which kit is right for you, check out our article, "Choosing a Home Coffee Roaster." There are also more tools in the resources area of the menu bar and in the roasting section of our Library.
This is your tried and true, back to the basics, DIY, cowboy style coffee roasting. The Whirley-Pop 6 Quart stovetop popper (roaster) is 100% manual, meaning you need to set the right stovetop heat, crank the popper consistently for 8 to 11 minutes, and dump the roasted coffee into a colander to cool. Both the aluminum and stainless steel models are actually very durable roasters.$41.50
Drum roasters produce a more even roast with balanced body and brightness. They also roast more coffee at once for those who drink a lot of coffee and need something with easy controls the Behmor 1600 starter kit is for you! This kit includes a Behmor roaster, an 8 lb Green Coffee Sampler (your choice of regular, decaf, or espresso), a roast log and valve bags for storing roasted coffee. For an additional cost, we suggest adding a grinder, and Ken David's classic book, Home Roasting Romance and Revival.$306.50
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The Air Roaster Starter Kit includes the Fresh Roast 500, a good choice for folks who want to get started with a roaster that is easy to use but offers some control over heat and airflow.
This kit includes:
- Freshroast SR500
- Your choice of a 4lb or 8lb Green Coffee Sampler (Regular, Decaf, or Espresso)
- Ten 1/4 pound valve bags for storing your roasted coffee
- Sweet Maria's Roast Log for recording your roasts
Add for an additional cost:$174.00