[Homeroast] silverskin

Byron - Sweet Maria's Coffee byronsweetmarias at gmail.com
Thu Feb 16 13:05:37 CST 2012


Hi George,
The answer is "yes"...and "yes. A lighter roast will allow more chaff to
remain with your beans and certain beans will produce more chaff. Also, (in
general) a dry processed coffee will produce more chaff during roasting.
Keep in mind, there are going to be exceptions. Also, chaff won't make a
noticeable difference so don't be afraid of chaff hanging out with your
roasted beans.

On Thu, Feb 16, 2012 at 10:22 AM, George Chow <gtchow at pacbell.net> wrote:

> I noticed some beans tend to have the silver skin still attached to the
> bean
> after roasting.
> Question: is this due to the roasting profile or inherent to specific
> beans.
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