Nano 7 or Nano 7e? – a tale of voltage and power

Posted on August 6, 2021

In our FAQ we say that “The Kaffelogic Nano 7e is the same product as the Nano 7. The only difference is that it comes fitted ex-factory with a 220-240v element and with CE certification.” What does this actually mean? Ok, we’re going to get just a wee bit technical here.

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Human logic

Posted on March 30, 2021

Watch a human master roaster at work. You will see an intense concentration as they follow the roast, looking, listening, and smelling for cues as to what adjustments to make. They continually make small adjustments to keep the roast on course or to anticipate events that they know will need different amounts of energy or air. Now imagine that you can watch a typical roast automation system at work.

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Roasting profile - what's it all about?

Posted on March 23, 2021

Introduction to what a roast profile is and why it is necessary. Roasting profiles are the recipes roasters create and then apply to green coffee origins during the roasting process.

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Ready to drink profile or not? Can this be done?

Posted on March 15, 2021

This notion of ready to drink (RTD) roasting profiles is one that is either embraced or completely shunned by roasters worldwide. Can we roast and use coffee without resting?

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Let’s get naked

Posted on March 5, 2021

When it comes to roasting coffee, time is of the essence. Variations of plus or minus ten seconds can affect the taste, so when you are aspiring to get the peak flavour out of the beans you need to be confident of your timings. This is where the naked thermocouple comes in. It is a feature of the Kaffelogic system that helps with the acclaimed responsiveness of the Nano 7.

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Three Kaffelogic hacks for Christmas 2020

Posted on December 21, 2020

Christmas 2020 is going to be a bit weird with much of the world in some sort of lockdown, so here a three things you can do with your Kaffelogic Nano 7 to make it a more Christmassy time. This post covers roasting almonds, a luscious coffee and chocolate treat to eat, and advice for making plunger coffee when you have a crowd of visitors.

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