[Homeroast] Tom and Maria: Would you consider this?
dwhutson13 at comcast.net
Mon Mar 19 16:51:43 CDT 2012
Yes. Which is why I asked that an ALTERNATIVE be offered as well.
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Subject: Re: [Homeroast] Tom and Maria: Would you consider this?
This has been covered in the past. Greens go by the pound.
On 03/19/2012 03:37 PM, Bruce Tanner wrote:
> 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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