This little booklet could be the most valuable item in your home roast tool shed. If you don't already log your roasts, you should. It will help you learn about roasting and to replicate that perfect batch you did last week. A lot of thought went into designing these. We did our best to produce a log that would be valuable for those using any kind of roaster.
Temperature logging: We decided to leave out fields for temperature since most roasting machines don't have temperature readings built in. if your roaster does have a temperature display or if you hooked up a thermometer, we left extra line space for you to add that information.
Roasting by the senses: Check out the inside cover for a nifty chart we included. It combines what you should expect from your coffee as it transforms into brown roasted goodness. Roast levels, temperatures, sight, sound, taste, smell, touch...it's all there.
The little details: We couldn't just make a booklet with identical pages. Each page has a fun drawing of something coffee-ish. Is our office dog and soccer coffee related?
The current cover was shot in Yemen by Tom. You can see the coffee cherries drying on the rooftops.
Feel free to photocopy the pages so you don't have to buy a new one when you run out of space. It won't hurt our feelings. There are enough pages to log 21 roasts.
|Country of Origin||USA|
|Pros||A great place for your notes and every page has a different drawing on it|
|Cons||There's only enough pages for 21 roasts.|