[Homeroast] coffee similar to kona

J.W.Bullfrog j.w.bullfrog at gmail.com
Tue Jan 19 14:27:26 CST 2010


Most Panama's have been passed off (improperly)  as Kona on time or another.
Try one of those.

On Sat, Jan 16, 2010 at 12:56 PM, Greg Hollrigel <ghollrigel at gmail.com>wrote:

> Not the same coffee, but I had great success with Ethiopia Organic Dry
> Process Guji Sidamo on P2 A 1lb setting (8 ounces of greens).  First crack
> started about 9:30 and ended about 12 and I hit cool.  It was so good, I
> decided to save my last pound for future roasts.  That was my best
> Ethiopian
> so far, very very berry :-).
>
> Greg
>
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> Does anyone have any good "Fruit pulling profiles for the Behmor on the
> Haile Silasse Sidamo DP beans?
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