His name synonymous with flavor, Tim Wendelboe needed his next roaster to consistently hit profiles and give him both efficiency and ease of maintenance so he could churn those roasts out. His switch to a Loring S35 Kestrel was that and a whole lot more — all on 30% less gas.
Black Coffee Roasting Co.
In pursuit of environmental sustainability, Jim Chapman and Matt McQuilkin switched from their old roaster to a Loring S35 Kestrel, saving 66% on gas while doubling their production capacity.
Doma Coffee Roasting Company
The Loring roaster enables an 80% reduction in natural gas use and a 250,000 lbs reduction in CO2 production. (Posted with permission of Avista Utilities).
After switching to the S35 Kestrel, Tinker was able to maintain their output, while reducing the number of hours spent roasting. It also gave them the flexibility to roast bigger batches or easily add another day of roasting when needed.
Tasty Coffee, who specializes in espresso roasts, was looking for a way to support the growth of their business while maintaining the level of consistency their customers demand. Loring was an ideal roaster for Tasty to help them roast their soft varieties of Brazil, grow their business, and maintain consistency.