[Homeroast] Is Decaf just staticy?
derekbradford at gmail.com
Wed Jul 7 15:07:03 CDT 2010
I've noticed this with dark roasts, into FC+ and beyond with regular coffee,
but I haven't roasted decaf in a long time and can't remember if I noticed
it there or not. I'd guess it probably happened with decaf too. I hate it
when it happens because I lose a lot of coffee and it makes a big mess.
I don't know why it happens, but it has happened to me many times with
On Wed, Jul 7, 2010 at 4:40 PM, michael kaericher <mike_kae at yahoo.com>wrote:
> My wife was recently told she needs
> to avoid caffeine, so I picked up some
> -Donkey Blend
> Ethiopia Sidamo WP
> -Decaf Brazil Joao de Campos
> -Decaf Uganda
> Bugisu WP
> So far, what we have tried has been outstanding. I
> have roasted the Donkey Blend and the Ethiopia. My wife has really
> enjoyed both. With Donkey, she's been pleased with her morning capp,
> saying that she really doesn't feel like she's giving anything up. The
> Ethiopia, is probably the best coffee that we have ever prepared in our
> drip machine (it must be well suited to lower temp brewing, cause our
> machine is just a basic Krups pro-aroma)
> One weird thing that I
> notice now is that there is a huge difference in static from grinding
> regular coffee compared to decaf in my Vario. When I grind my regular
> coffee, I see a nice fluffy pile
> of coffee that mostly comes straight down out of the grinder chute.
> But when I grind the decaf, it goes all over the place and I get
> something more resembling a crater.
> Has anyone else noticed this?
> Any ideas why?
> -Mike K
> PS - Sorry this went out twice. I sent a copy yesterday, but have not seen
> it yet, so I am resending.
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