[Homeroast] Behmor and Sumatran

ricky carter rickylc99 at gmail.com
Fri Jun 25 12:19:17 CDT 2010

If you use a shorter starting profile on P3 yuo will be able to go further
into second (I;m assuming this is what you would like to do). Using P3C will
give you almost 40 seconds more time on leg 3 at full power to finish the
roast, using B will give you 1 1/2 more minutes @ full power and A will give
you almost 3 minutes more.

Plenty of time to turn even the most stubborn beans to charcoal :)

On Fri, Jun 25, 2010 at 11:45 AM, Peter Louton <
peter at midwestbicycleworks.com> wrote:

> Hi All,  I roasted two batches using the Behmor yesterday.  Both were 11oz
> and used the 1# setting, P3 and D and added all of the extra time that I
> could get.  The first batch didn't make it to second crack, and at least 4
> minutes after the first crack.  The second batch preheated for 90 seconds
> and then did same settings and right at about 9 seconds left, it started to
> crack just a little bit of the second crack.  The Sumatran beans both look
> the same. But instead of being uniformly the same color, they are mottled.
> I can't wait to try them next week after they have aged a bit.  Also,
> speaking of good beans, I'm am sad to see that I am out of stock of the
> P.N.Guinea Peaberry from Sweet Marias.  They had phenomenal flavor and were
> really quite versatile, too.  I had a batched I weighed wrong that were
> barely in the first crack to almost charred black and they just kept on
> producing phenomenal coffees and even the single origin espressos were
> really good.  Anyways, thanks Tom for the wonderful beans.
> Peter
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