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Milk for Coffee

Scientific exploration of Milk for Coffee has been a hobby for Morten since 2003 where he first started his interest for coffee. His first appearance with a presentation in milk was on Iceland in 2004 where he presented a model of understanding cappuccino foam merging…

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business models of coffee roasteries

The work with mapping out business models of coffee roasteries is not done yet, but you can participate yourself by going to this survey: https://coffeeroasteries.questionpro.com And get some more background by watching this presentation for Roasters Guild Camp: https://roasterguildofeurope.com/talks-library/business-models-morten-munchow  

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Roasting Foundation and Research

Morten went to Australia to share his work with SCA's certification system from both a teaching and research perspective at the Knowledge Talks event

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Sensory Profiling of different Development times

Jesper Alstrup and Morten Münchow runs a Sensory Profiling of roast profiles with different Development time but also use the data to evaluate the how well the participants performs as panelists

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Quality does not sell itself

Great to have you here! In this blogpost I want to share some background for the studies we did on Behavioral Economics as there was a lot of things going on that lead to the studies that the are now published in The British Food…

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Measuring Sensory Performance

Ida Steen presents the ideas behind her PhD program at Re:Co in Dublin in 2016

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Sensory Science and Common Business Practises

Last Wednesday CoffeeMind held a presentation at Square Mile Coffee Roasters in London. The presentation focused on quality control and how to improve sensory skills. It was presented by Ida Steen, MSc of Sensory Science from Department of Food Science in Copenhagen, and Morten Münchow, Lecturer…

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Behavioral Research A New Way to Understand the Coffee Market

Morten presents the work on customer perception of High vs Low quality investigated with Behavioral Economics at Re:Co in Gothenburg in 2015

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Roast profile analysis

This blog post is sketching out the basics of a roast profile analysis and introduces the concepts and basic calculations that are part of the exam for the Roasting professional in the SCAE Coffee Diploma System. A roast profile is a graphs that shows the temperature…

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Percentage difference

This blogpost explains how to understand and calculate percentage change as this calculation is part of the SCAE certification system on the roast log template you can download: here So let us get right go business: If a process changes from x to y the…

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How to never run out of your favorite green coffee

Origins sell out. I can always guarantee my costumers ‘Brazilian’ or ‘Guatemalan’ coffee. In commodity this is the most specific level products are defined on. Actually, often this is even way more specific than the supermarket blends where sometimes you wonder, if it is 100%…

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Variation analysis of roast colour measurement

This article basically gives you a tool to answer these two crucial questions concerning you way of handling colour measurement equipment: Which grind size gives me the best results? How many replicates of each sample is ‘enough’? I recently had the pleasure to roast coffees…

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Customize the fat percentage in your milk

First a warning: This is geeky, slightly – if at all – useful. It might be just me, but I think its fun.. Baristas play with all sorts of parameters. Why not play with the fat percentage of the milk? I have developed a method…

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