[Homeroast] Geisha on AirPopper

John Nanci john at chocolatealchemy.com
Sat Nov 8 14:15:09 CST 2014

To me, the best advise is to treat them like you would any other 
bean.  Use a profile you are comfortable with.  As soon as you try 
and tweak your profile (if you are not used to doing it) then your 
chances of failure sky rocket.  Just roast it, ignore the price, and 
it will all be fine.

Aside from that, take it to to the level Tom recommends.  FC would be 
a safe bet IMO.


At 12:07 PM 11/8/2014, you wrote:
>I'm using the West Bend AirPopper, and just got two pounds of SM's Guatemala
>Acatenango Gesha. At $20/lbs, I can't afford to make too many mistakes.
>Anyone have any advice on roasting these beans regarding time, amount,
>temp, etc.?
>Looking forward to sipping this gold.
>- Clark
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