Have you ever thought of trying to roast coffee by yourself? Or would you like to learn more about coffee and acquire the rich flavor and taste? I think there are many people who want to know more about how to enjoy original coffee. However, in order to do the roasting, you need a large space such as a roaster and a garage, which is impossible. In this experience, you'll learn an extracting method and the practice of roasting, which greatly affects the taste of coffee. Moreover, you'll be able to roast safely without struggling at home. First, I'll explain the basic knowledge of coffee, refining methods, and factors that affect taste—and the difference in flavor depending on the degree of roasting. Then, we'll learn how to roast with a tool at home without using large-scale machines. You can enjoy roasting yourself, the changing scent when roasting at home, and the scent by grinding beans. You can also enjoy the aroma while brewing, and you can find the peak of your favorite flavor. You'll feel instinctively that freshly brewed coffee is good for your health. a fresh roasted coffee flavor strike a code to you.
My grandmother liked coffee. I remember the aroma of freshly ground coffee, music, and air conditioning of an old coffee shop I went with my grandmother. I started my own coffee shop in 2012, but my grandmother had already passed away so I couldn't make a cup of coffee for her. My passion is the provision of freshly brewed coffee, and I want to promote fresh coffee and enjoy the original rich flavor. I'm so excited that I can share my passion with many people through coffee. and most importantly, I hope people can be healthy and have a happy eating habits.
Banana cake and brownies It contains nuts. Please let me know in advance if you have a nut allergy.
Coffee and more You will make (roast and extract) your own coffee.
Green beans and tools I will give you instructions written in English.
My coffee shop is located by the Takase River, which is a canal in Kyoto. There are many cherry trees along the river so you can enjoy seeing blossoms in spring. You will see an old building at the end of the street—Nishikiyamachi-Dori from Shijo-Dori—heading to the south. A small signboard reading "MonoArt Coffee Roasters" will be on your right.
You can take home the beans you roasted. I prefer to book this experience a few days before you leave Japan because I want you to bring the coffee home while it's as fresh as your memory.
Learn how to roast coffee at home