Destacando el cliente: Macinare Caffe

Every roastmaster has their own story. In this spotlight, Ricardo Robles, the owner of Macinare Caffe. In Guatemala, they roast coffee on their Giesen W6A. Let's get to know him and his company.

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Every roastmaster has their own story. In this spotlight, Ricardo Robles, the owner of Macinare Caffe. In Guatemala, they roast coffee on their Giesen W6A. Let’s get to know him and his company.

Name: Ricardo
Surname:Robles
Company name:Macinare Caffe
Giesen Coffee roaster type:W6A
Country:Guatemala

The mission of the company

Help the consumer to become a specialty coffee consumer in a friendly way.

Waarom Giesen?

I found versatility, design, quality, vanguard, and all this in a friendly design for a specialty store.

The biggest advantage of the roaster

Its ability to repeat, and how it helps the coffee to bring out its best features.

How many kilos of coffee do you guys roast every week?

38 KG

Favorite bean

Guatemala is a producing country, and we have the opportunity to roast many varieties, among the favorites are Geisha, Venecia & Pacamara

What is the best thing about your job?

To be able to communicate with the customer.

What is your Motto?

If you don’t like it, don’t pay for it.

Do you have a tip for other roasters/entrepreneurs?

The person will always be more important than the program, a good roaster knows his machine by ear, smell, and sight. Programs complement a good roaster.

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