The Giesen Roastcast #9 Jasper Overdevest – Big or small?

Today we have an interesting guest! Former roaster at a big coffee company and the owner of Nordkapp Coffee: Jasper Overdevest.

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Everyone drinks coffee, this is a moment of peace, an energy boost or simply to connect with someone. But who are the people roasting your coffee? You’re listening to the Giesen Roastcast, where we talk about everything that has to do with roasting and your business in the coffee industry. Cisca roasted coffee year in, year out for over half a decade. With her own coffee roastery and as an ambassador of Giesen Coffee Roasters, she wants to show you what it means to roast coffee for a living. So grab a cup of coffee, sit back and relax. This is the Giesen Roastcast.

Today we have an interesting guest! Former roaster at a big coffee company and the owner of Nordkapp Coffee, we’re talking about Jasper Overdevest! Cisca and Jasper talk about how the coffee industry on a big and small scale should work on becoming better companies for the world but also for the people. Jasper, with more than 10 years of knowledge and experience also shares his idea of buying the right equipment to make coffee at home. 

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