[Homeroast] Roasting Kenyan in Bremer 1600+
steve.jacobs at gmail.com
Wed Oct 29 06:57:50 CDT 2014
I usually do larger roasts. My bean of choice is a Rwandan Karongi Gitesi
(I usually buy it in 20 pound bags) and I preheat the Behmor and a pound of
beans for two minutes, then restart it for the maximum time with A and P1.
I let it run about 45 seconds into the second crack and often have about 20
seconds left on the clock. I've never had an issue with over-roasting
larger batches and if anything, during colder weather I have have a hard
time getting it deep enough into second crack for my tastes.
On Tue, Oct 28, 2014 at 11:28 PM, Luigi Calamar <luigi.calamar at gmail.com>
> Always had issues with Kenyans going from FC to burnt in a very short
> period of time.
> Last night - I was roasting the Kenya Nyeri Tambaya AA and I used 1/2 lb,
> A and P1... when I extended the time to go FC on the roast - it went to
> smokin' very fast and I ruined the batch. The first time I tried a C and
> P3 roast - and it was too light - undrinkable.
> Any suggestions for Kenyans - I had the same issue with my SR500.
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