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Translating roast profiles from one roaster to another

A frequently asked question is how roast profiles can be transferred from one roaster to another. We will help you! Transfer the roast profiles from one roaster to another, can be difficult. To fulfill this process, it’s mandatory that you fully understand the different parameters that you’re working with when roasting coffee. These are bean temperature (pink), air temperature (blue), rate of rise (yellow), and power percentage (green). To transfer one profile

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5 facts about coffee

When we start to talk about coffee, most of the time we can’t manage to stop. What can we say? At Giesen we don’t just love to build our coffee roasters, we love everything about the coffee process. Which is why we share these five facts about coffee.

Replicating coffee blends – Giesen Webinar #6

In the monthly Giesen webinar #6, Willem Boot, and Marcus Young cover topics various topics related to coffee roasting. In this webinar, Willem and Marcus explain how you can dissect and analyze a certain coffee blend and which steps you can take to reach the same coffee blend.

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Creating profiles using drum speed

Willem Boot’s Roasting Essentials: Some of the more sophisticated features of the Giesen coffee roasting technology are the options to adjust drum speed and air pressure. We discuss this feature in this blog.

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Using the heat soak or heat shock technique

Willem Boot’s Roasting Essentials: One of the more interesting experiments you can do when roasting coffee is applying the Heat Soak and Heat Shock technique. In this blog, we talk about the procedure you can follow to implement this technique in your roast, and which advantages it may give you.

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The Giesen Coffee Roaster settings explained

Buying a new roaster can be a bit much in the beginning, and the question of where to start may rise. In this blog, we will explain all the settings you can change on a Giesen Coffee Roaster. This way, you will learn what each variable means, and which effect a variable change will have on your roast.

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Temperature setpoint option

Willem Boot’s Roasting Essentials: With all Giesen machines, there are four options for profiling: Set-temperature, Burner-controller, Air-pressure, and Drumspeed. In this blog, we discuss the first basic option; the Temperature Setpoint option, which allows you to manage the air temperature of the roasting machine.

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Rate your roast and recognize flavors

More information on how to rate specific flavors and learn what variables have a destinctive effect on coffee flavor? In this blog, we would like to elaborate on the different variables you can use to rate your roast, recognize flavors, and rule out pitfalls as early as possible.

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Our second-hand commercial roasters

We understand that entering the coffee roasting business will require some big investments. Most of all; the commercial roaster itself. To accommodate the people who are looking for a more affordable commercial roaster but don’t want to compromise on quality, we started up our second-hand coffee roasters division. In this article, we would like to tell you all about our range.

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Moisture of green coffee beans

One of the factors that plays a critical role in the roasting process is the moisture of green coffee beans. In this blog, we will focus on this factor and explain its effect. We will cover the different phases the coffee beans go through, and the characteristics of these phases.

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Before you start roasting

Controlling the entire process in coffee means you have to start at the beginning; the green bean. In this article we would like to elaborate on the things you need to consider before you start roasting, the different variations in coffee beans there are, and how you as a roaster can differentiate your specialty roast from your competition.

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Coffee roast levels: the characteristics and differences

All coffee based drinks have their own unique characteristics and taste. And that’s a good thing because otherwise, we might as well all drink the same. Luckily that isn’t the case and in many coffee places, there is a huge assortment of beverages to choose from, as well as there are differences in coffee roast levels to choose from.

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Time to shift your business

In this blog we would like to share some ideas you could implement in your company that could help you to shift your business and overcome these difficult times. We understand that the options we mention most likely are things you as an entrepreneur have been thinking about yourself. But maybe we give you new insights to implement in your business that you haven’t thought of yet. Our goal with this blog is to inspire you. 

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Giesen Profiler FAQ

Giesen Profiler FAQ Here you will find the Giesen Profiler FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions. If you have questions that are not listed, add them in

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Amsterdam Coffee Festival

Amsterdam Coffee Festival 9-11 march Giesen Coffee Roasters is delighted to be exhibiting at The Amsterdam Coffee Festival, which takes place at the Westergasfabriek, 9-11

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Namibian Coffee Roasters to Expo Windhoek
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Namibian Coffee Roasters

This is the story of Michael Mrozek, coffee consultant and roaster from Hamburg Germany, about the foundation of Namibian Coffee Roasters. They participated in the

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Our new Support Desk

We find it very important to support you when you encounter any problems with your roaster. You want you roaster to work well and we understand the

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Miss Morrison

For this blog we are interviewing our Dutch customers to get a glimpse of the world of coffee and their passion for it. This blogpost

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Nordic World of Coffee 2015

World of Coffee is Europe’s greatest coffee gathering and one of the world’s pre-eminent coffee events, bringing thousands of coffee professionals and enthusiasts together over

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Koffie met Zorg

Most of our customers run a commercial business like a coffee roastery, coffee bar or shop and we like to hear about their roast stories,

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Cocoon Coffee

[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text]There is one thing all of our customers have in common: their passion for coffee. We like to hear about their roast stories, business

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Cafe Show 2014 Seoul

[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text el_class=”remove_bg”] Our Korean team has organised our stand and presence at the Cafe Show 2014. This event took place from 20-23 November in

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Coffee and Tea Festival Dubai 2014

[vc_row el_class=”remove_bg”][vc_column][vc_column_text el_class=”remove_bg”] From 12-14 November our Coffee Roasters took a trip to Dubai to visit the international Coffee & Tea Festival. Below you can

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DENF Roasters of Coffee

[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text]There is one thing all of our customers have in common: their passion for coffee. We like to hear about their roast stories, business

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white label coffee

[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text]It is now eight years that we manufacture, deliver and install our own coffee roasters and we have met a lot of interesting people

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Kaffee Campus

[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_single_image image=”543″ border_color=”grey” img_link_target=”_self” img_size=”full”][vc_column_text]Kaffee Campus in Berlin is coming up! This large coffee event will be held in Berlin in Germany on 17-19

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