Spotlight: Giesen UK Distributor

We would like to introduce a new Giesen distributor to you: Tom! He lives in the UK. Let's get to know him better.

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We would like to introduce a new Giesen UK distributor to you: Tom Osborne! He lives in the United Kingdom and has 6 years of coffee roasting experience. Let’s get to know him better.

Name: Tom
Surname:Osborne
Company name:Craft House Coffee
Giesen Coffee roaster type:W30A
Country:United Kingdom, UK

Giesen UK Distributor spotlight

Why did you decide to start your own business? I wanted to not just understand how to make amazing coffee, but what made it. Roasting leads me down the path of understanding the journey from farm to cup.

Highlights you experienced in your work: Working alongside some of the best, passionate and creative people who love what they do. It inspires me every day to see how dedicated people are when they do what they love.

With the knowledge of today, would you have done things differently? Can you name some beginners’ mistakes? Don’t run yourself into the ground! work hard, understand your tolerances, then work smart. Use relationships built and lessons learned to propel your understanding of the business you are in.

How do you become a successful roaster: Become a service, not just a roaster.

How many hours of roasting and studying does it take to become a roasting expert? I am 6 years deep and still learning. You never stop – that’s why it’s fun!

Sources you have learned a lot from when it comes to roasting coffee: Fail and try again.

What qualities does a successful roaster have? Patience, stamina, and hard work.

Beginner’s mistakes in coffee roasting: You will mess up, you will waste coffee! It’s about learning from for mistakes and not dwelling on them!

The best thing about coffee roasting: The smell.

How do customers react when they see your coffee roaster? They love it! it’s big, it’s orange and it’s POWERFUL!

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