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Is there anyonee out there using a small size roaster on their outdoor coffee carts? Sounds like the way to give off a coffee aroma and supply the freshest coffee available. Comments please. Thank you!
Jim Duggan email@example.com
-- jim duggan (firstname.lastname@example.org), July 15, 2000
The small stove type (home roaster) your describing is great for the home environment (smaller use) yet unpracticle for a commercial cart (heavier use) which would beat the heck out of a product built for a home user, less abuser. A commercial roaster builds a better product for the gourmet coffee drinkers tastes however, a smaller batch commercial gas roaster(3lb/5lb)would also not be be practicle because of EPA standards/complications of installation and protection and safety of both your roaster(equipt.)and your consumers.Your idea is sound, the application needs tweeking. If you had a protected environment, such as an enclosed kiosk and you meet all the EPA standards, you would have a viable situation. Are you thinking about getting into the coffee business ?
-- JOE DOMINGO (RENREA1949@AOL.COM), December 10, 2000.
ive got a small sample roaster,totally enclosed by probat. 2 barrels,roasts about one pound at a time (together)absolutely perfect for your operation and has been used on the street in a market.based in the uk and for sale.
-- roger baker (email@example.com), April 22, 2002.
I was looking to get into buying a street cart anyone with information on this
-- Phillip Gitau (firstname.lastname@example.org), August 19, 2002.
I am looking for a light scale coffee roaster and grinder which can be operated from a shop and can process coffee as the customers waits.If you have a set of each please get intouch with me ASAP.
-- Mohamed Hassan (email@example.com), November 08, 2002.