30 Jan '17, 1pm

via @DailyCoffeeNews

via @DailyCoffeeNews

After having partnered with another local company for use of its roaster to get off the ground, Caffiend now primarily depends on a Diedrich IR1, situated in a backroom of the 550-square-foot coffeehouse. Head roaster Adam Ross brings to the task over a decade of experience roasting for fellow Topeka-based company PT’s Coffee prior to breaking out on his own. “They really broke him in, taught him a lot,” said Tosha Ross, adding, “It was a wonderful place to start and to learn, but it was time for Adam to be able to do his own thing.”

Full article: http://dailycoffeenews.com/2017/01/30/former-pts-roaster-...

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