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Destacando el cliente: PASSMAR

Every roastmaster has their own story. In this spotlight, Salvador Benítez, the owner of PASSMAR. In Del Valle, Mexico they roast coffee on their Giesen W6A. Let’s get to know them and their company.

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The Tasty World Of Special Fermentation Techniques

Today, special fermented coffees are the new trend in the world of specialty coffee. Traditionally, the taste of over-fermented coffee has been considered a serious taste defect and can ruin the quality of the coffee and significantly damage the reputation of the producer.

Client Spotlight: Röstbar GmbH

Every roastmaster has their own story. In this spotlight, Christian Arneitz, the owner of Röstbar GmbH. In Villach, Austria, they roast coffee on their yellow Giesen W6E. Let’s get to know them and their company.

Waste management: focus on sustainability

Coffee is a day-to-day product and the process of creating coffee takes various steps. In all these steps we can review our process and implement tips and tricks to become more sustainable. In this article, we discuss topics such as how to recycle used coffee grounds, milk, and cups.

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Roasting decaf coffee

Decaf coffee is often dismissed by specialty coffee roasters as an uncool coffee category. The consumption of decaffeinated coffee beans has been steady over the past 10 years. On average, decaf coffee is about 15% of overall coffee consumption and it appears that specifically, millennials have taken a growing interest in enjoying decaf coffee beverages.

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Roasting phases; different stages of roasting

The chemistry of coffee roasting has always fascinated me. We should consider the roasting process as a fundamental stage in a coffee’s journey from seed to cup. It unlocks the potential of the green coffee beans by creating hundreds of aromatic compounds. It also makes the beans brittle and porous enough to prepare the coffee for grinding and brewing.

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Summer, global warming, and sustainable roasting

It’s getting hot these days and that makes sense because it’s summer, but it is also getting hotter each year because of global warming. As Giesen, we strive to become more sustainable, but we also want to inspire each other to become more sustainable. In this article, we discuss some tips & tricks. Enjoy!

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The revolution of special process coffees

Like so many coffee producers worldwide, Gesha Village has been experimenting with various controlled fermentation and special process protocols, like anaerobic fermentation and carbonic maceration. Willem Boot recently enjoyed multiple days cupping new harvest coffees produced by Gesha Village Estate at their coffee laboratory in Addis Ababa.

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New release: W6 Pro

What are you looking for in a roaster? Consistency? Automated roasting? Great design? Quality? Our NEW W6 Pro has it all! Automated roasting to getting your roasts under control with the W6 Pro.

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Top 10 Giesen Webinar tips 2021

In 2021, Willem also presented a new webinar every month. He again covered many important topics including Giesen Profiler, roasting for espresso and roasting safety. From all 12 webinars, we extracted the 10 best tips that you should definitely not miss. Have fun reading!

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Top 9 Giesen Roastcast tips – Podcast

st is a fact! And if you ask us, the season was more than successful! We had the opportunity to talk with many successful and inspiring people who all shared great experiences and tips with us. In this retrospective, we share the 9 most striking and inspiring words from all nine guests. Let’s look back together!

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New year, new developments: Giesen expands

We started in 2006 with the idea of making coffee roasters and luckily, we have grown a lot in all those years. New roasters have been added, larger projects have been completed and we continued to develop. Now it’s time for another exciting step: expansion!

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Waves of coffee

The “Waves of Coffee” is a designation of different periods that indicate the development of coffee consumption. A total of 5 waves.

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Custom coffee roaster: wooden handles

We are definitely proud of our Giesen coffee roasters. With the whole team, we do everything we can to produce the most beautiful roasters. Besides the fact that quality is important, we also give our customers the chance to customize their roaster as much as possible. How exactly do we offer this? With our custom choices!

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Client Spotlight: CozoCoffee

Every roastmaster has its own story. They roast through great passion and keep on learning. Oskar is one of them! He is the owner of CozoCoffee, located in Sweden, and roasts on a Giesen W15A. Let’s get to know him and his company.

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Summer trends 2021

Summer has arrived! Time for long evenings and of course lots of coffee roasting. We share some summer trends you don’t want to miss.

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Spring trends 2021

Every season has its own trends. Today we share the spring trends of 2021 that you can’t miss. Combine with your roastery or Giesen roaster!

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Roasting For Espresso

Willem Boot’s Roasting Essentials: Learn about how you roast coffee for espresso in particular. Willem shares his knowledge and experience for you to implement in your coffee activities.

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Client Spotlight: Unorthodox Roasters

It’s time for a new client spotlight. This time, we asked Unorthodox Roasters to share their story with us. You can find their roastery, as well as our Giesen, in Kinross, the United Kingdom. Let’s get to know Chris Bode, one of the owners.

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Antes de que empiece a tostar

Controlar todo el proceso en el café significa que hay que empezar por el principio; el grano verde. En este artículo nos gustaría explicar a detalle las cosas que debe considerar antes de empezar a tostar, las diferentes variaciones de los granos de café que hay, y cómo usted como tostador puede diferenciar su tostado especial de sus competidores.

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Nuestras tostadoras comerciales de segunda mano

Entendemos que entrar en el negocio de la torrefacción de café requerirá grandes inversiones. Sobre todo; la tostadora comercial. Para acomodar a la gente que busca una tostadora comercial más accesible pero que no quiere renunciar a la calidad, pusimos en marcha nuestra división de tostadores de café de segunda mano. En este artículo, nos gustaría contarles todo sobre nuestra gama.

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Client Spotlight: ESTATE ROASTERY

We are proud of all the unique and inspiring places our Giesen coffee roasters get the chance to roast. In this client spotlight, we introduce some of these companies. First off: ESTATE ROASTERY. Let’s get to know Billy Susanto, the head roaster.

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Ajustes de las Tostadoras de café Giesen explicadas

Comprar una nueva tostadora puede ser mucho en un principio, y la pregunta de dónde empezar definitivamente le puede surgir. En este blog, explicaremos todos los ajustes que se pueden cambiar en una tostadora de café Giesen. De esta manera, aprenderás lo que significa cada variable, y qué efecto tendrá un cambio de variable en tu tostadora.

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Niveles de tueste de café: las características y diferencias

Todas las bebidas a base de café tienen sus propias características y sabores únicos. Eso es algo bueno porque de otra manera, todos tomaríamos lo mismo. Por suerte no es así y en muchos lugares de café hay una gran variedad de bebidas para elegir, así como hay diferencias en los niveles de tostado de café entre los cuales puede elegir.

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Facts about Giesen Coffee Roasters

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.

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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.

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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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Heat soak or heat shock? – Giesen Webinar #3

This unique monthly Giesen webinar #3 hosted by Willem Boot cover topics like the perfect profile and how to achieve this. Together with live roasting sessions and exploring the features and functionalities of our coffee roasters and related equipment.

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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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