Drying phase

There are numerous stages of coffee roasting, which we distinguish. The period of drying is one of them. We lay out the entire process for you.

Drying phase

The green beans must be dried before we begin the real roasting process because they have a relative humidity of 10%. Drum roasters are used in all PRECISION roasters. As a result, it takes the beans 6 to 8 minutes to finish drying. Drum coffee roasters are popular among professional coffee roasters because they can produce consistent and uniform roasts.

The temperature of the beans

Since you don’t want to burn the beans throughout the drying process, controlling the roaster’s temperature is crucial at this point. The temperature of the beans will be close to 160 °C as this step transitions into the following. Air coffee roasters are another option for roasting coffee beans. They use hot air to roast the beans and create a lighter and brighter flavor.

Coffee roasting phases

In the image below, you can see how we distinguish between different roasting steps. You probably recognize that everything begins with green beans and concludes with dark brown beans. It stands to reason that the drying portion of the coffee roasting process comes first. If you are interested in roasting your own coffee at home, you can buy a personal coffee roaster that suits your needs and preferences. There are many roasters for sale online or in specialty stores.

If you want to learn more information, please feel free to contact us. We are happy to share our expertise and passion for coffee roasting with you.

20kg coffee roaster with PLC control panel and air feeding system
20kg coffee roaster with PLC control panel and air feeding system

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