Custom coffee roaster: accent color

Choose the accent color of your coffee roaster. We give you the chance to customize the roaster as much as possible! Let's dive into it!

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As you probably already knew, there is plenty to choose from when putting together your perfect custom coffee roaster. One of the choices that are included, is the accent color. We will tell you all about it.

Of course, it all starts with choosing the perfect roaster. You can find all of them here. After making this choice, and determined the overall color of your roaster and the material of the wooden handle, it is time to look at the accent color. We will discuss this further today.

Custom coffee roaster: the accents color 

We do realize that ‘accents’ can sound quite vague. When talking about this, you can see it as the small details you find on the roaster. As an example, the bearing cover and hopper handle. To clarify, we add some pictures down below.

Besides the regular accents, the same color options apply to the roof of your roaster and the border of the cooling sieve. 

Accent color options 

Now you know what we mean by the accent color, let’s discuss all the options! The first one is stainless steel. This is the most common option. Besides that, you can also choose copper, gold, and the black gloss and black matte finish. 

Enough choice to create the perfect Giesen coffee roaster that fits well with your brand.

Do you want to learn more about the customization options? Take a look here. If you have any specific questions, feel free to contact our sales team by filling in the contact form on our website. You can find it here.

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