[Homeroast] Tom and Maria: Would you consider this?
dwhutson13 at comcast.net
Mon Mar 19 16:50:48 CDT 2012
I did not make myself clear- I am not asking Tom to change the present
weights- just to offer an alternative, especially when limited to small
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Subject: Re: [Homeroast] Tom and Maria: Would you consider this?
Here's my 2 cents on this....instead of asking Sweet Maria's to change how
they package green coffee, you should consider roasting half pound batches
of coffee of these limited coffees. I roast with a Hottop and routinely
roast 227g batches and believe the roaster works just fine with that amount.
Since you seem opposed to mixing different varieties this will allow your
green coffee consumption to come out even.
On Mon, Mar 19, 2012 at 10:43 AM, Doug Hutson <dwhutson13 at comcast.net>wrote:
> My Hottop roasts best with 250g loads- as the maker recommends.
> Therefore I am often left with odd weights of coffee and I hate to mix
> it with other coffees to roast when it is a special coffee. For
> example I recently purchased two microlot Columbian coffees which were
> limited to two pounds per customer. After three roasts I will be left
> with 157g of the coffees- too small to roast properly in the Hottop.
> Would you consider selling coffee, as an alternative, in 1000g
> increments for the benefit of Hottop owners?
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