Waking up in the mornings and drinking a cup of coffee is that boring thing many tend to do on a regular basis. It’s a tired, yet necessary chore, but a new product could change that, if even for a short while.
What if it were possible for you to roast your own coffee without the difficulty that comes with it? If that’s something you’d want to do, then say hello to the Kelvin Home Coffee Roaster.
That’s right, the option is now right, it’s now possible to roast fresh coffee beans that come directly from the source.
The Freshest Coffee While Saving Money
If you’re the type of person who cherishes a cup of fresh coffee, then the Kelvin Home Coffee Roaster is the perfect tool. Not only does it look good on the eyes, but it takes just 10 minutes to roast a bunch of coffee beans.
Folks can use this little coffee roaster for trying different types of beans, flavors, and styles. If you can’t easily purchase the beans, then Kevlin is willing to become your corner shop for fresh, and green coffee beans delivered to your door.
We should point out that the device has five roast levels. Green, light, medium, medium-dark, and dark.
Now, because fresh beans are half the price of roasted beans, you’d be saving some money in the long run.
“Unroasted beans are often half the price of craft roasted beans. Unroasted beans also stay fresh for months, while roasted coffee can lose its flavor in days. No more trashing stale beans. No more wasting money.
“With Kelvin, fresh green beans are brought directly to you, without the costs of professional roasting and handling. This leads to significant savings that helps Kelvin pay for itself in less than a year,” according to Kevlin.
Roast with Confidence
The team designed Kevlin to bring out the best-roasted coffee possible. This is done due to a vortex-drive bottom-up air roasting technique that makes for a more even roast overall. Basically, no matter how you brew, your cup of coffee will always be a delicious treat.
If you’re wondering about the size, the creators have said it can hold up to 100-120g of coffee beans, which is enough to brew up to six cups of coffee. It’s a great flexibility to have if you want to make coffee for any occasion.
Looking at the device, one can see a control knob. This is used to set the roasting timer, so just push to begin and watch as Kevlin works its magic.
Interestingly enough, if you’re looking for a unique taste, just combine different beans and roast away.
What Happens After Roasting is Done?
Well, you see, Kevlin will automatically cool the beans to make sure they’re ready to grind or store. Unfortunately, the product doesn’t come with a grinder, so that’s something you’ll have to purchase separately.
All in all, the Kevlin Home Coffee Roaster is a winner in our eyes. The device is already a success story on Kickstarter, so all that’s left is for it to hit store shelves come early 2019.