Like many coffee enthusiasts, we love roasting and grinding our own coffee beans for espresso drinks. The fresher they are, the better creama and taste we can get.
I posted how to roast coffee beans at home with cast iron pan before.
We usually roast several kinds in small batches so that we can compare different flavors from different roast and varieties.
These are medium roast Guatemala coffee beans
These are dark roast Columbia coffee beans
24 to 48 hours after the beans are roasted which is a reasonable time for them to degas, we can start to brew.
My beloved Breville 870XL is exacting double shot espresso
Frother the milk; pour and enjoy! O(∩_∩)O~