[Homeroast] Very odd Yirga Cheffe
scizen at gmail.com
Thu Jan 30 17:34:44 CST 2014
I roasted a 150g batch of this bean. It seemed to take longer to get it
through 1C and into C+, about 418F.
As for quakers, I had 7-8 in that batch. That isn't too unusual.
As I roast more of it, I will keep and eye out for other traits.
Have you nailed a roast yet? Don't you use a Quest M3?
What is your profile for this one?
> Date: Thu, 23 Jan 2014 15:30:50 -0800
> From: Frank Parth <fparth at me.com>
> To: Marias Sweet <homeroast at lists.sweetmariascoffee.com>
> Subject: [Homeroast] Very odd Yirga Cheffe
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> I?m a big fan of Yirga Cheffes. Back in May I ordered a 5# bag of the
> Dry-Process Yirga Cheffe Konga hoping to get some of that bittersweet
> flavor I like.
> This is the most challenging bean I?ve roasted. The beans come from a
> variety of farms. Large variation in the size of the beans and a lot of
> peaberries. I have to ramp up the roast and stretch it out as long as
> possible to get most of the beans roasted. I can?t multi-task as well when
> roasting this bean; gotta pay attention to it.
> Usually I?ll find a few quakers (beans picked too green so they don?t
> roast properly) in most orders. But with this order I'll pick out 2-3
> quakers, a lot more than with other roasts.
> Frank Parth
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