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Andrew Boyer: Coffee Lover and Home Coffee Roaster
Roast and Reason
A Coffee Podcast
Why suffer through a bitter cup of burnt or stale coffee when there is a world of amazing coffee out there? Roast and Reason podcast is a coffee podcast that explores the world of specialty coffee. Each week with dive into a wide variety of coffee topics with educational and actionable information. Are you curious about the best techniques for how to make coffee at home? How to buy the best coffee? How to store coffee? How a coffee roaster transforms green coffee? Join us as we answer these questions and more. Roast and Reason is here to expand your coffee knowledge,...
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Ratings & Reviews
4.9 stars from 56 ratings
Super Informative
I love this podcast. I am a new roaster. If I end up going big and hiring staff, this podcast is going to be part of the training.✌️
JB7292019 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/09/21
Good day. I am a Coffee Consultant (Barista and QGrader) based in Uganda and I have been teaching Coffee Appreciation and Home Brewing Classes with the aim of increasing domestic coffee consumption. I have been blown away by the information on this podcast which is factual and well researched. I...Read full review »
Mqhele via Apple Podcasts · South Africa · 08/20/20
Great Info
This guy is very informative and very knowledgeable about coffee. I would give this more stars if I had the option.
Ryan Palesano via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/06/20
Recent Episodes
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