- User guide for instructions on how to operate the Kaffelogic Nano 7.
- Roast record sheet for recording tasting notes 'offline'.
- Roast labels so you can label each batch and keep track of what you roasted when.
- The Kaffelogic Roaster's Companion if you want to develop your own roasting profiles.
- Kaffelogic Profile Management Studio for viewing logs and designing profiles.
- Macintosh version: It's not in the App Store at this time, so you will need to follow these instruction from Apple when you install it. Download the package here Mac version 2.2.1 (latest Mac version designed for Kaffelogic Nano firmware version 7.2).
- Windows version: This software is digitally signed by Kaffelogic Ltd. Windows will warn you that it is an unrecognised app: choose to open it anyway. The important thing is to check that the software is showing 'Verified publisher: Kaffelogic Ltd' before you install it.
Windows version 2.2.1 (latest Windows version designed for Kaffelogic Nano firmware version 7.2).
- Firmware updates. Unzip and copy to a USB memory stick. Make a folder named /kaffelogic/firmware on the memory stick and put the files there. Then put the memory stick in the roaster. Hold start down while you turn the power switch on and the firmware will update off the memory stick.
Green beans are available from several suppliers in NZ. See our FAQ for links.
If you are interested in installing the Profile Manager Software and trying it out before purchasing a roaster, you are welcome to go ahead and install the software. Here is an example of a log file for you to look at.
The prototype come pre-loaded with a default profile called "K-logic classic." This profile makes a fantastic job of most coffee varieties at a medium roast. We have recommended roast levels for the following beans available from Green Bean House:
- Colombia Popayan Supremo 3.6
- Congo Sopacdi 2.9
- Indonesia Aceh Black Panther 3.4
- India Monsoon Malabar 3.3
- Brazil Emeraldo 3.4
We have one other roast profile available, suitable for slightly lighter espresso roasts than the classic: the Ninja profile. Make a folder called /kaffelogic/roast-profiles on a USB memory stick. Download the roast profile file and save it in that folder. Then put the USB memory stick into the roaster and press the 'profile' button. This will let you load the new profile into the machine. Adjust the level, and you are ready to roast. The coffes from Ripe in the following list are especially recommended. Some recommended levels for this profile:
- Ethiopia Sidamo Nensebo Werka 2.7 (avail Ripe)
- San Jose Poaquil, Guatemala 2.8 (avail Ripe)
- Congo Sopacdi 2.8 (avail Green Bean House)
- Kochere, Yirgacheffe, Ethiopia 2.7 (provided by Vanguard Coffee Roasters, Dunedin)
Development of additional specialised profiles is under way.
This interactive coffee taster's flavour wheel is a useful resource for those of you who are developing profiles.