Tasting Home Roasted Coffee Jason CoffeeFollow @jasoncoffee August 19, 2010 7:52 pmHome Roasting1460 This is a taste test of the coffee that we roasted in yesterdays episode. Related PostsRoasting Coffee with a Popcorn PopperCoffee Roaster Modications – Episode #185Home Roasting Kenya to a Full City RoastThe Nesco Professional RoasterCoffee VarietySmoke Gets in Your Eyes :: First Time Roasting CoffeeNEVER LEAVE THE ROASTER UNATTENDED!My Best Tip for Home Roasting Bio Twitter Facebook LinkedIn YouTube Latest Posts Become an Author Jason CoffeeOwner at Coffee Cup News @jasoncoffee Jason Coffee Jason Coffee Latest posts by Jason Coffee (see all) Introducing Leaner Creamer - April 27, 2015 Single Origin Coffee Subscription Marketplace - March 13, 2015 Cafe Corazon Papua New Guinea : Coffee Review - March 5, 2015 Already have a blog? Love coffee? You just might be the perfect fit! - Apply Here. Facebook Comments Website Comments RyanSeptember 1st, 2010 Log in to Reply This has been really fun to watch. Jason, I have been a watcher and reader of the site for a little while now and I really enjoy all of the entries. You have a ton of great information and I really love the roasting part now. I have been roasting for about a year now with starting the hobby just like you in a popcorn popper. I upgraded to the Fresh Roast Plus 8 and now am looking to upgrade again because you can never get a consistent roast in nice cool Wisconsin winters. So anyway, please keep the roasting portion, and everything for that matter, coming because they are very enjoyable and I am learning a ton. I hope to continue to contribute my insight everywhere I can. Happy Brewing (and Roasting) -Ryan mattcreynoldsAugust 19th, 2010 Log in to Reply Brilliant episode. I’m excited to see where you go with this Jason! I’ve been roasting for 3+ years, feel free to pm or email me if you have any questions I can help with. QOTD: I’d love to see you roasting/ tasting/ etc and getting involved. All the best! – Matt Jason CoffeeAugust 20th, 2010 Log in to Reply Matt, I will be asking your advice along the way then. ArtofExtractionAugust 19th, 2010 Log in to Reply Even a “bad” home roast is better than most pre-roasted coffee, and when you nail it, or even just come close to nailing it, there is nothing that compares because it is awesome coffee and you have the satisfaction of knowing that you had a part in making it what it is. Great job Jason. I am looking forward to your future roasts. qotd? Yes, of course. I love to watch others as they explore aspects of coffee they have never before experienced, but I like your idea of only doing it once each week or two. Jason CoffeeAugust 20th, 2010 Log in to Reply Thanks so much! Will be enlisting your help soon. POST A COMMENT. Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.