Ryan M. Ward
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Mon Feb 1 02:47:56 CST 2010
"The last of my..."
I was wonder what the rest of that sentence was!
Ryan M. Ward
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> Date: Mon, 1 Feb 2010 00:59:05 -0700
> From: raymanowen at gmail.com
> To: homeroast at lists.sweetmariascoffee.com
> Subject: Re: [Homeroast] Query
> "The last of my..." ? -IMV (207g) beans + 200g of WS#2 Auriferous blend is
> now roasted.
> New heat gun got to Second Crack + 18s in about 15m. (Old Wagner is on its
> 4th repair, and I left out the air dam on a previous repair.} HG wurks good
> in the summer but yesterday's ambient was about 30° F. Cooling was a Grand
> Slam as usual, but the cooled beans made the Mason jar feel like it was
> full of ice cubes. Cool Beans.
> Last roast, it was obvious the higher air flow and resulting loss of
> temperature worked to give a 20 minute + roast time for 500g to FC- with Ye
> Olde Heat Gun. Didn't really get any Second Crack.
> The extended roast was very bright for the first six hours, then matured to
> a very nice drip and espresso brew through day 7. Wurkt best with a #21 -
> 21.5 grind.
> New roast initially ground at 20 and was pure crema emulsion. It didn't
> start to settle out until the demi was over half full. Time ran out and the
> cup was still mostly crema. A Sink Shot for the crema averse Barista. They
> will serve it your way at McDreck or *$ Inferno.
> Cheers, Mabuhay, Iechyd da -RayO, aka Opa!
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