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Cropster Roast

Do you work in a roastery? In a roasting business?

Available with Cropster Cup.

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Cropster Lab

Do you work in a coffee or cocoa lab or trade coffee/cocoa?

Available with Cropster Cup.

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Cropster Origin

Do you produce and offer high quality coffee? 

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Cup & Lab updates mean easier input and better reporting

Paul B,

Flexibility is a key strength of Lab & Cup. If you have multiple guest evaluators, no problem. You can add them easily. If you have your own terminology for cupping, simply add your own descriptor. These benefits are obvious, but flexibility has a cost. For example, allowing any descriptor like 'oreo' in Cropster means it also has to allow 'apracot'. If you have a bad speller on the team or a fidgety keyboard on someone’s phone this could get frustrating. But no longer!

 

Cup Roast Blog Release

November update - Next level cupping and descriptors

Paul B,

We are pleased to announce the latest release of Cropster will be live on November 2nd. The focus for the release has been quality control. Specifically integrating feedback we have received from customers worldwide to make their quality related workflows quicker, simpler and more intuitive. There's so much in this release we've got two posts about it. To learn more about the new sample handling take a look here. Let’s get straight to the details.

Blog Release Cup Coffee Lab

November update - Even more flexible sample handling for large and small businesses

Paul B,

We are happy to announce the latest release of Cropster will be live on November 2nd. The focus for this release has been quality control. Specifically integrating feedback we have received from partners worldwide to make their quality related workflows quicker, simpler and more intuitive. There's a lot in this release so we have two posts about it. In this section we'll be reviewing the updates to sample handling. There's also a post dedicated to updating on the cupping side here. Let’s get straight to the details.

Events

Triestespresso - 8th Edition. See you there!

Paul B,

We are heading to Triestespresso in Trieste, Italy! We'll be presenting "Great coffee is the result of informed decisions - bringing the roastery into the data age with minimal effort" at the Barista Bonanza on Friday morning (Oct 21) at 10:00. We're then heading into the event. If you're around please get in touch. It would be great to meet up!

Events

Cropster is back in Colombia!

Paul B,

We'll be in Bogota from the 4th to 7th of October

Events

Roasters Camp 2016 in Estonia!

Paul B,

Roasters Camp 2016 in Estonia!

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Cropster in Japan for SCAJ in Tokyo!

Paul B,

In Tokyo for SCAJ 2016? We are!

Events

Nantes, France, September 18 & 19

Paul B,

The specialty coffee industries #1 software partner will be at the 31ème Rencontre Nationale de la Torréfaction.

What sets one cupping app ahead of all others?

Hannes Inns,

One word: Connectivity

 

There are a few cupping apps available. Only one of them ties all your cuppings back to each stage of your business from sampling and green buying through roasting and morning cuppings in the cafe - Cropster Cup. Cupping is the cornerstone of quality coffee and has featured in every version of Cropster. Delivering cupping as a portable app that offers the same high level of connectivity to your coffee business - that took more time. Adding key features from the first release, features we knew our partners and customers relied on - that also takes time. Why the extra time?

Blog Release Roast

Pop quiz! Reduce costs and improve your coffee with a production report?

Paul Bartholomew,

You’re in London at the coffee festival. You’re cupping coffees, looking at volumes and checking prices. Everything looks good for a purchase of Guatemalan singles and some bigger volumes for your espresso blend. But how much? You know they were used as a blend component last year. But what percentage? Do you?

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