Support for blind cupping is here!

Blind cupping is now supported in RoastLog! When initiating a cupping session, blind cupping is turned on by default. If your cupping session doesn’t require masking the identity of your coffees, display the names with a simple click of a button. Now you see it… Click to display Roastable names. Read more…

RoastLog compatibility with Phidgets

It’s official!  RoastLog is now available for use with the Phidgets 4-input Temperature Sensor. This is something we wanted to do for quite awhile.  Compatibility with the Phidgets device simplifies the transition to RoastLog from other software systems and opens up an affordable option for home roasters who may have already invested in Read more…

Exploring Roast Development Time

Practical applications of RoastLog’s Roast Development Timer There are a lot of folks out there espousing various ‘Truths’ when it comes to coffee roasting, roast profiling and ‘the right way to roast’.  As a mere part-time roaster, I’m not only unqualified to weigh in on this debate, but like most things coffee… Read more…

Roast Profiling Has Never Been Easier

The first wireless Bluetooth data logger dedicated to coffee roasting Manually recording time/temperature on graph paper was rendered obsolete when RoastLog was introduced a few years back.  Now, in that same vein, tracking the progress of a roast has gotten a lot easier and doesn’t require being tethered to a laptop or computer. Read more…

Upgrading Your Roaster

We hear a lot from our users about optimizing the performance of their coffee roasters, so I thought I’d share this from the good folks over at Boot Coffee.  If you missed this video, check out these recommendations for roasting equipment modifications. Video highlights: Burners:  Optimizing flame control with variable gas flow control Read more…