Alpenrost CR1010PRP Grinder
(6 Epinions reviews)
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Highest Rated Consumer Review by the Community
Sep 21, 2002 by Scott_A_R
Rated a Very Helpful Review
Pros: Does what it advertises, after a fashion.
Cons: Picky to use, poor chaff removal,
Summary: A small intro.... I've had my Alpenrost for about two years now, and I am somewhat ambivalent about the purchase. Before I purchased the Alp, I'd roasted coffee beans via a variety of methods for about three years. All of them were somewhat ... read more
Dec 3, 2003 by angev
Rated a Very Helpful Review
Cons: see above.
Summary: I have been roasting coffee beans for almost 2 years, after paying 30 bucks for a roasted pound of unsatisfactory Kona Extra Fancy. My first roaster was a Hearthware Precision coffee roaster, a fluidized bed-type roaster purchased for around $150. This ... read more
Jun 6, 2003 by cfnds
Rated a Helpful Review
Pros: 8 Ounce roast size
Cons: Too hard too clean.
Summary: My main complaint is that the clamshell doors do not always close tightly and there is sufficient heat loss to not reach first crack. The doors can't be cleaned without serious disassembly of the unit.
When it works it's great. I got mine in ... read more
Express Customer Reviews
Dec 15, 2008 by jimmy101
Pros: Small footprint, even roasting with its auger. Decent dark roasts.
Cons: May set your house on fire!
Don't say you weren't warn...
Hard to clean.
poor bean cooling
Summary: Lookout, FIRE!!! yep, my machine caught on fire!!! And Nesco would not replace my machine, they just ignored me and wouldn't accept their burnt machine back.Please read the instructions that come with the machine, itsays do not leave the ... read more
Mar 7, 2004 by goffriller
Pros: It looks attractive
good hype about performance; does 225 grams of green beans
Cons: Terrible quality control or poor engineering. Does it matter?
Summary: I had been using a Fresh Roast Air roaster with good success but wanted more body to the coffee. The Alp sounded like a good way to accomplish this. I made an error in not looking at e-opinions before my purchase. I found that the roast would go on to ... read more
Dec 4, 2003 by ezarf
Pros: Easy to use, ability to do 1/2 pound at a time(++)
Cons: Needs a ventilated area.
Summary: I have found that while this is a little expensive for novice home roasting, it produces nice fresh coffee (in 8 oz batches). You do need a ventilated area to funnel out the ... read more
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