[Homeroast] Color match x Pantone
rich-mail at octoxol.com
Sun Jun 27 11:36:03 CDT 2010
Still have to roast by outer color, heat rate, batch size, bean
varietal, and any other variable I forgot. This is why I tend to stick
with coffee beans from 1 region, always roast the same batch weight,
same profile, and buy in 20# batches. It takes about 2 batches with new
beans to get the process dialed in again. Roast coffee, grind and check
color, taste. If unsat adjust as required and repeat. When OK note color.
Brian Kamnetz wrote:
> Thanks, Rich. I somehow missed that the color swatches would be
> compared to ground coffee. (I now recall seeing that, but it didn't
> soak into my understanding.) That makes more sense than trying to
> judge the degree of roast by the outside bean color.
> On Sun, Jun 27, 2010 at 12:10 PM, Rich <rich-mail at octoxol.com> wrote:
>> Yes it does. This is why you should compare ground coffee color instead of
>> outer surface color.
>> Brian Kamnetz wrote:
>>> I was sort of thinking the same thing about color variation. Also, my
>>> impression is that different roasting methods (e.g., drum vs. air
>>> roasting) result in different bean colors for a given level of roast.
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