[Homeroast] El Salvador Manzano Process Experiment

ricky carter rickylc99 at gmail.com
Mon Sep 27 18:33:06 CDT 2010


I roast back to back with the Behmor on a regular basis, if I'm really
cranking I can get 3 roasts/hour.

Why couldn't you roast back to back with the Behmor?

On Mon, Sep 27, 2010 at 7:21 PM, sci <scizen at gmail.com> wrote:

> I just ordered the El Salvador Manzano Process Experiment and eagerly await
> completing the experiment in my cup.
> I know that processing is supposed to be the second most important factor
> influencing flavor (over origin) but I'm already leaning toward it being
> just as important as origin. The only other coffee I remember getting two
> processes from the same lot was the Koratie DP/WP and the difference was
> huge.
> Now I'm just trying to figure out how to roast this in such a way as to not
> introduce another variable. I'm thinking of using my IR2 to roast three
> 1/4lb batches to precisely the same roast level (probably C+) and then
> doing
> 1/2lb batches in the B1600 the same way. Problem is that neither of those
> roasters are good for back to back batches. I might just have to break the
> rules on this one.
> Any thoughts or ideas?
>
> Ivan
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