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The Coffee Express Israel is a coffee store for coffee experts and coffee lover. We provide coffee beans, pads, decaffeinated coffee, decaffeinated coffee caps, green and more: & coffee maker & of all major brands: In addition, we present to you frahling enthusiasts particular top-grade beans " singledow " 100% Arabica such as: from Guatemala, Brazil, Kenya AA plus, Colombia, Nicaragua and Ethiopia, etc..
Coffee from all over the gourmet cuisine. To see: the latest coffee machine and Maquinetta's innovations. Yehudit 3, Tel Aviv-Yaffo, Israel, 03-5233777.
A whole new flavour class
A lot of folks who have had a thick, nutritious and aromatic cocktail in a café can feel frustrated when they use a coffee machine at home and fight to recreate the marvelous liquor they have been drinking. If you don't give up immediately, you can put a coffee mill next to your coffee machine.
When that doesn't do the trick, they are upgraded to a better coffee percolator, and so on and so forth. Coffee roasters at home are one of the ultimative updates in this area, for which (unfortunately) only the most stubborn fan decides. To brew a home friut and watch the thick, deep syrups flow out of the coffee making machines for the first utterly exciting event is a defining aspect of the lives of every serious Frahling lover.
This is ( "slightly edited") like a character who, under the name Sharkan Navchan (Barking Guinea Pig), describes on the Tapuz portal's tempestuous coffee platform the drink he has made from home-made beans: Silvia [a coffee machine from the Rancilio firm in Italy] had never seen such a coffee before.
"I' d never been able to reach this texture of coffee, which moved down in a thick layer in soily coloured earthen colours and with the texture of creamin. With these words the bark ends its pean and blanket recommendations of home roasting: Stopping the rolling out and starting to roast. It' also significantly lower the coffee cost and will astound you.
Rumours about the miracles of home roast and the relatively easy way it could be done were circulated in web fora. Exact directions for toasting in a pan, stove and various special equipment were given by one frahling enthusiast to another, but the most hot tendency was then to turn an electrical corncob into a coffee toaster.
It seems that green coffee beans are roasted at about the same temperatures at which dried maize grains burst (190-230°C). And the warm breezes used in such appliances make sure that the coffee beans are roasted evenly and a great deal of chaff is removed.
Describing the first coffee that came out of the coffeemaker after I got a maize pop and a few kilos of green coffee (no easy job then) - I will be signing what Barking said. Since then a whole amount of coffee has gone through my coffee making mashine and everything has been toasted at home.
I had three electrical corncobs offered on the roasted sidecar until I ascended to the Hearthware precision toaster that had just landed in Israel. She fulfilled her task for seven years with a single push of a switch and a transmission and forgetting log, until she too was defeated by the hot weather and sent to the cemetery of pointless plastics, metals andglasses.
I' d like to buy an equivalent new bike to change it, but it is no longer import here. They sent the crashed plane to the laboratory and it never came back. Over these years Israel's tough heartland of home coffee toasters has continued to grow (we are still speaking of a relatively small number of aficionados, perhaps several hundred), and the need for custom made toasters has so far produced two choices, with large inequalities.
Havitush has caught the most interest of the committed coffee-roaster - a high-class coffee-roaster from Israel, which is easy, relatively inexpensive and almost crud. The machine is able to produce genuine coffee shop-style roast drums, with a start up cost of about NIS 500 for a hand held machine (a mechanised one for about NIS 1,000).
It was designed by Ram Ivgy, a coffee giant whose Moshav Matzliah plant produces coffee machines and coffee machines that are marketed all over the world. "We' re designing high-end produce, and I was disappointed to get frahling lovers of all grades who want to cook at home, and I had nothing to give them," says Ivgy.
"So, I took a Velox coffee toaster from the 1920s as a rolemodel and designed a very easy machine with outstanding thermic characteristics. "Havitush is essentially a two grip reddish cupric cylinder mounted on a metal frame. The beans are placed in the bowl and taken out by pulling out a grip.
Place up to 200 g of green coffee inside and place the beans over a burner by blending the beans with the grips for 12-20 min (in the mechanised version, a motor rotates the beans over the flame) to make sure that they are evenly and not burn.
The condition of the beans inside can be determined by hearing the sounds of the first and second cracks and depending on one's olfactory senses and experiences. At any point of the frying cycle, you can remove the bowl from the rack, remove the grip, fill it with a few beans and choose whether to keep frying it according to its colour.
Once you have finished, the beans are pushed back and forth between two sieves of molten steel for a minutes or two to quickly chill and get out. Havitush gives outstanding results, although it takes a lot of practice and skills to decide when to stop the frying operation; in fact, it is very simple, at least at the beginning, to end with a topping-off.
However, when the coffee is roasted successfully, it is excellent: intensive, aromatic, sturdy. There is also a gaggia coffee machine available in Korea named Gene Cafe, which has been import by CoffeeTEAM. This gene is electrical and works by passing warm gasses through a strengthened vitreous drumm. Up to 300 g of green coffee can be roasted at once (but it is better to fry smaller quantities of 200-250 g).
A motor turns the bowl over, mixes the beans and ensures that they are roasted evenly. Featuring an effective spreader, the unit removes warm breezes and fumes through a small opening. Transparency allows the monitoring of the production by changing the colour of the beans and inspecting the tone of their cracks and the odour of the smok.
With the two keys of the gene you can set the inside temp. and the duration of the roast toast. At the end of the processing, either at the automatic preset speed or by pressing a key by hand, the coffee maker enters a 10-minute cool down cycle until the beans' temperatures drop to 60º.
Toasting lasts 25 min. and requires little work and no muddle. The beans are actually used, a push of a switch and the genetic material is left to do the work. It is no longer a concern to use the appliance in an appartment without a veranda if you place it near an open door or attach an air duct to the stack so that the fumes can get out.
Every roast is uniform, easily controlled and requires little work. Coffee mug is very good.