[Homeroast] [OT] Roasting Nuts
bsgarley.public at cox.net
Sun Jan 31 17:44:38 CST 2010
First time I roasted a workshop blend I bought a pound of roasted as well. I
tried to roast my pound to match Sweet Maria's beans. Gave me a standard, so
Along those lines, I think it might be useful to have a collection of beans
roasted to different levels. A couple ounces each of grades from cinnamon to
Full City + might be useful to help visually standardize roasting levels
especially for beginners. Having known roast levels in hand is much better
than comparing beans to pictures.
San Juan Capistrano, CA
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> I'll try to remember to post my findings. This is the first time I've
> roasted a Workshop blend, so I'm excited to see what I got out of this
> bean. I roasted up half of the one pound that I bought and froze half of
> the roasted beans so that I can extend the time to enjoy this. Most of my
> espresso play is at night and on the weekends and I'm guessing I won't get
> into this bean until mid-week to give it some rest.
> On Sun, Jan 31, 2010 at 7:25 AM, Greg Hollrigel
> <ghollrigel at gmail.com>wrote:
> > That's interesting Chris. I never thought about using nuts.
> > If you don't mind, post your thoughts on Workshop #8. I've got my karma
> > back, and am pulling great shots again. I even had good success with
> > Treble
> > Response, which I was having a lot of difficulty before. But ... I
> > can't seem to get #8 right as far as shot taste goes. It might just be
> > flavor sensors, but I would like to see others' feedback on this blend.
> > Greg
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