I have just collected experiences with roasting on the Bullet because it was new to the market (Therese talking). I got it in preorder together with a bunch of other guys here in Denmark in 2016. There was no one to ask, so we had to explore together.
This roaster has more setting possibilities and more data output than we were used to – and more than other roasters in this price range. So there was a lot to explore. As people did experiments, I collected them on this website. And then it grew to be about roasting in general.
Learning to roast on the Bullet R1
On this site I have gathered the knowledge and experiences at:
Just bear in mind that you most likely cannot precisely replicate a profile settings with the same result. The outcome depends on:
• your surroundings (temperature and humidity)
• the beans (type of beans and temperature)
• your power supply
So you have to try out for yourself. Roasting is not easy.
The Do’s and Don’ts of Roasting on the Bullet R1 from Aillio
Official manual for the Bullet R1 roaster from Aillio
Talk with other Bullet-roasters
You can also find Facebook groups with Bullet owners, like Aillio Bullet R1 User Group
Outside Facebook you can join the Roast world forum at Aillio https://id.aillio.com/auth/sign_up.