DetailsThe Behmor 1600 Plus is an easy-to-use 1 pound capacity home coffee roaster that employs patent-pending smoke suppression technology. It enables the user to enjoy the finest coffees in the world with a minimum of effort and expense.
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4.8 / 5.04 ReviewsI LOVE MY BEHMORE 1600The machine is not complicated --only two parts that easily go in and out. The enclosed brush is useful getting the chaff out from the corners of the roaster. The smoke from the exhaust was minimal so I was able to roast in the kitchen with an open window. Having an "oven" light was especially helpful watching the beans go from green to brown to well....perfect. No buyers remorse here!December 4, 2016Purchased
7 months agoA great home coffee roaster!I dig it. It is perfect for small batches. However if you are roasting over a 1/4 lb of beans I would strongly suggest doing it outside. And maybe not at 12am Christmas Eve and setting off the smoke detectors while your family is all snug in their beds for a long winters nap. I live in FL and let's just say it was a chilly Christmas morning.January 7, 2017Purchased
6 months agoGreat, but Needs an Audible AlarmThe Behmor 1600 is easy-to-use and does a great job, but there really needs to be an audible alarm on the safety shut-down feature. Otherwise, you have to sit there and stare at the countdown timer to ensure you don't miss the 30-second window to continue the roasting cycle.
Kudos to Midwest Supplies for double boxing it for shipment. The UPS was only able to penetrate the outer box and my roaster arrived unscathed.November 25, 2016Purchased
7 months agoBest buy we have made in a long time.I absolutely love the Behmor 1600 coffee roaster. The coffee roasted in the Behmor is so good. I also like the control you have over the roast with this roaster.January 7, 2017Purchased
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Browse 1 question Browse 1 question and 4 answersWill it make a really dark roast as in French roast?BEST ANSWER: Yes it can do French and Espresso roasts but if you are roasting your own quality beans you probably won't need to go that dark. Commercial roasters roast that dark to hide imperfections in their coffee. It's a good machine. Definitely better than a whirley pop or an old air popcorn popper and you can do a full pound at a time. My only problem with it is that I like lighter roasts and you have to stop your roast earlier than you think because you have to give it time to cool down and it is continuing to roast during the cool down period but if you like dark roast than that shouldnt be much of a problem for you.