Custom coffee roaster: wooden handles

We are definitely proud of our Giesen coffee roasters. With the whole team, we do everything we can to produce the most beautiful roasters. Besides the fact that quality is important, we also give our customers the chance to customize their roaster as much as possible. How exactly do we offer this? With our custom choices!

Custom coffee roaster

Most people who invest in a coffee roaster, don’t just see it as the perfect way to roast the most flavorful beans, they also see it as an extension of their brand. That’s why we think it’s important that the roaster fits the brand to perfection. This also contains the overall color, the accent color, and whether you add a logo. Another choice for your custom coffee roaster is the type of wood you prefer for the handle of your roaster. Which types you can choose exactly, we’ll discuss with you!


Black is always a good idea. It is stylish, not too conspicuous, and often blends nicely with the color of your coffee roaster and the front plate.


This reddish-brown colored wood looks pure and stylish. The wood structure completes the look. Bubinga is hard, strong and stable. It is suitable for many purposes such as window frames, doors, stairs, designer furniture and our handles.


Zebrano wood owes its name to its characteristic stripes pattern which is reminiscent of the stripes of a zebra. It is also a hard and heavy wood; perfect for the handles of your roaster!


Olive wood is a hard and rich in color wood that is prized all around the world for its appearance, density, straight grain and fine texture. Like all the other types of wood, it’s very strong.

Overall, our roasters are made of high-quality products. The most important thing is the fact that they look and feel exactly the way you desire for your coffee roaster. Want to learn more about the custom coffee roasters? Look here.

Custom coffee roaster

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