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From the Old World to the New: The San Franciscan Design and Handcrafted Ingenuity

Posted by Maria Gomez

Thu, Nov, 29, 2018 @ 08:11 AM

 

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Topics: coffee roasting, handmade, art of roasting, history of coffee roasting, small batch coffee roaster

Old School Design in Modern Times | Keeping the Craft of Coffee Roasting Alive

Posted by Otto Nicli

Fri, Nov, 16, 2018 @ 13:11 PM

Every year, people wait with bated breath to hear news about the next generation of iPhones. Everyday, people scroll through their brand new smartphones to learn about the next big gadget. We’re living in a culture of “new.”  We’ve grown accustomed to the lifestyle of simply upgrading as soon as something falters or breaks down. Thankfully, this culture has yet to take over every facet of life (although it does appear to be going that way). There are still artisans who use their craft to build beautiful instruments and tools that are meant to last generations. Sculptors, blacksmiths, potters, and painters continue honing their craft, inspiring those around them with meticulous design that cherishes an inexhaustible history.

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Topics: coffee roasting, art of roasting, sense of taste, taste vs. flavor, coffee flavors, experience, handmade, high quality, SF10, education

Choosing a Commercial Coffee Roaster for Your First Coffee House

Posted by Jacqueline Gutierrez

Fri, Aug, 24, 2018 @ 07:08 AM

As you venture into becoming a coffee house owner, one of the primary components of your coffee house will ultimately be your roaster. Evaluating your options for a commercial coffee roaster will depend on your needs and business plans. 

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Topics: SF10, experience, education, high quality, handmade, SF6, SF75, sf1, legacy, roaster, Successful business, coffee roaster, SF25, commercial coffee roaster

The Rhythm of the Roaster Drum & What Sets the San Franciscan Apart

Posted by Maria Gomez

Fri, Aug, 17, 2018 @ 08:08 AM

For artisan roastmasters around the world, the concept of the roast profile has profound meaning. Roastmasters are, after all, sculptors of flavor, who chisel away—via the roasting process— at precise characteristics that shape coffee into the delightful beverage that brings people joy, friendship, and that much needed inspiration on Monday mornings. Our coffee roaster machine is an integral part of the roastmaster craft. The San Franciscan provides roastmasters worldwide with stability and the utmost control and versatility to achieve a variance in flavor and aroma.

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Topics: experience, education, high quality, handmade, who we are, tradition, roaster, legacy, Successful business, coffee roaster

The Roast Profiles: How the San Franciscan Roaster Supports Artisan Roastmasters

Posted by Maria Gomez

Fri, Aug, 03, 2018 @ 13:08 PM

A casual coffee drinker might not often consider the role heat and chemical reactions play in the final taste, body, and aroma of their morning cup of Joe. In addition to the long excursion coffee undergoes from the harvest to the roaster—from the hands of coffee pickers, to traversing continents and international borders—there is an entire other process necessary before that coffee is ready for drinking. It is in this other process that as coffee roaster manufacturers, the San Franciscan Roaster Company plays a direct role in how your coffee tastes.

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Topics: experience, handmade, high quality, who we are, SF25, roaster profile, coffee roaster