[Homeroast] My beans smell like breakfast cereal

Dave Huddle 137trimethyl26dioxopurine at gmail.com
Wed Feb 13 08:22:50 CST 2013

This thread reminds me of coffee at a campus area place (Abilene,
Texas) more than fifty years ago.    The very weak coffee tasted as if
it had been made from stale Post Toasties.  Bleeech!!!


On 2/12/13, Martin Maney <maney at two14.net> wrote:
> On Mon, Feb 11, 2013 at 06:11:10PM -0600, Brian Kamnetz wrote:
>> I almost always schedule roasts in the morning so that I can have a
>> cup about half an hour after roasting (after my shower). I love that
> I'm another frequently unrested brewer.  I wouldn't say those are
> often, and moaybe not ever, my favorite taste of a roast, but there
> certainly is sometimes an imbalanced highlighting of something I like
> that has considerable appeal in that just-roasted cup.
> One of the forum regulars insists that he gets a nice peanut butter cup
> from the do Sertao, though it seems to take just the right amount of
> second crack (1 lb in a Behmor, straight P1 I believe) as well as
> waiting until the seventh day to brew in his old vacpot...
> I've found it to be somewhat more interesting than the average Brazil,
> but no peanuts in my cup.  A lighter C+ roast did have these huge
> hazlenuts around the third day after roasting, really pretty amazing,
> and if I were really fond of hazlenut I'm sure I would have wanted to
> get a bunch more of the greens.  :-/
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