Influencing the flavor profile of coffee during the roasting process involves much more than simply tossing the beans in a machine and hitting a button. Below, we take a dive into all the factors that go into influencing the flavor of each individual coffee.
“It was a matter of seeing what our community wanted, what they enjoyed, to how far we could push that perception of coffee,” John says.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Loring Announces Roast Architect Precise Profile Design, Improved Reporting, and Real-time Diagnostics SANTA ROSA, California — June 13, 2018 — Loring Smart Roast today introduced Roast Architect™, a Windows-based application that allows Loring roaster owners to design and edit roast profiles on their computer. It also enables the display of post-roast data […]
SANTA ROSA, California — April 12, 2018 — Loring Smart Roast today introduced a series of enhancements to its commercial coffee roasters, which now come standard on the S15 Falcon™, S35 Kestrel™ and S70 Peregrine™ models. The updates are the latest example of Loring gathering customer feedback to drive engineering developments and provide greater value […]
New Automated Convection Roaster with 7 kg Capacity HOTELEX SHANGHAI, China — March 26, 2018 — Loring Smart Roast today introduced the S7 Nighthawk coffee roaster, delivering the control and efficiency that Loring roasters are known for to users that require a smaller form factor. Like Loring’s larger capacity roasters, the S7 Nighthawk includes a […]
We’re thrilled to share with you a very rare, behind-the-scenes look at our factory! This episode of How It’s Made aired August 3rd, and features members of the Loring team demonstrating all the steps of our manufacturing process. To walk through our Northern California factory in-person, schedule a demo ─ otherwise check out this two-part […]