StovePop by Victorio - Stainless Steel Popper

Stovetop roasting is your tried and true, back to the basics, DIY, cowboy style coffee roasting. The Stove-Pop 6 Quart stovetop popper (roaster) is 100% manual, meaning you need to set the right stovetop heat and crank the popper consistently. Fully stainless steel construction is induction burner compatible, and the direct-drive stirring system makes this a very durable roaster.

$49.99
In stock

Features:

- Patent Pending Gearless Flex-drive
- smooth-stir crank handle
- magnetic lid lifting rod
- silicone pouring handle
- clad bottom compatible with induction ranges
- large 6 quart capacity
While this method is completely manual and you will need to adjust the heat, crank the popper constantly, and dump your roasted coffee into a colander in order to cool it, you will appreciate roasting more than 8oz of coffee at a time (the batch capacity of most of our other home roasters).

This method can do a full range of roast levels but even with constant agitation it can take some practice to get even results. Stovetop roasters are better suited for darker roasts (great for espresso). It does produce smoke (more coffee + darker roasts = more smoke) but a good range hood will handle it. You can also use this method on a gas camp stove or other portable heat sources. It makes great popcorn too!

Don't forget to add a thermometer to your order. It's easy to install. Just punch a hole in the popper's lid and insert the thermometer.

Click here to watch a video recorded from a live broadcast we did where we roasted a batch in a similar stovetop popper and discussed some useful roasting techniques.

It comes with a tip sheet. 


Please note that if you add on a green coffee sampler it will be packed inside the popper for shipping.

Batch Size 1/2 - 1lb
Control Manual, handcrank
Roast Time 10-20 minutes depending on batch size
Heating Source stovetop/external
Manufacturer Victorio
Capacity 1lb
Material Stainless Steel
Warranty 90-day pan/wooden part and 25-year mechanical part warranty are VOIDED ONCE IT IS USED FOR ROASTING COFFEE
Cons A lot of cranking, Difficult to get even results, No chaff handling, Very smoky especially with larger batch sizes or darker roasts
Pros Good visibility easy to hear the cracks, Inexpensive way to roast a lot of coffee, It's fun if you like to be hands-on, You have full control over your airflow, heat and agitation