Spotlight: Giesen Czechia Distributor

We like to introduce you to our Giesen Czechia Distributor. His name is Radek Kolombo, and he is a roastery manager at Nordbeans Coffee Roasters. We asked him some questions to get to know him better.

Name: Radek
Surname:Kolombo
Company name:Nordbeans Coffee Roasters
Giesen Coffee roaster type:WPG1, W15A
Country:Czechia/ Czech Republicz, Liberec

Giesen Czechia Distributor -spotlight

Why did you decide to start your own business? To bring a new perspective into the coffee culture in our country.

Highlights you experienced in your work: Roasting my very first batch.

With the knowledge of today, would you have done things differently? Can you name some beginners’ mistakes? Being afraid of experimenting with roasting profiles.

How do you become a successful roaster: You roast and then you taste and then you repeat this again and again.

How many hours of roasting and studying does it take to become a roasting expert? It is a never-ending story – that’s the beauty.

Sources you have learned a lot from when it comes to roasting coffee: Books, internet, experience.

What qualities does a successful roaster have? He doesn’t speak a lot, has great sensory skills, and is always chasing the best taste profile.

Beginner’s mistakes in coffee roasting: Not tasting your roasts.

The best thing about coffee roasting: Tasting your roasts.

How do customers react when they see your coffee roaster? They really like the industrial design.

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