[Homeroast] New Classic Espresso Blend - Resting Time

Jim Gundlach pecanjim at bellsouth.net
Tue Jan 4 09:20:09 CST 2011

In my experience almost all coffees need a three day rest after roasting before they are at their prime.  If I said I I keep brewing the day after roasting to retest this theory, I would be lying.  I just can't seem to get around to roasting anymore until I see that I don't have enough roasted coffee for tomorrow morning.  
     pecan jim 
On Jan 4, 2011, at 8:42 AM, Jamie Dolan wrote:

> I ended up roasting a pound of the New Classic Espresso Blend 2 days
> ago early afternoon.  It turned out really nice (very consistent /
> even roast), I'd call it around full city.  I loaded it up this
> morning and I am drinking it.
> It tastes pretty good.  I'm wondering though if it is better at closer
> to a 3 day rest?  How do you know what the idea rest period is for a
> bean, and what are the resulting imperfections if you don't wait that
> long?
> Thanks
> Jamie
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