[Homeroast] Re; Behmor 2 pound roast

Greg Hollrigel ghollrigel at gmail.com
Thu Nov 5 14:44:35 CST 2015


Mark

Thanks. I'm very intrigued by this.  Do you know if it also works on the
older version of Behmor (not the plus)?. If not,i may upgrade sooner than I
planned just so I have that capability.

Greg

On Thursday, November 5, 2015, Mark Jones <markjones420 at rcn.com> wrote:

> John,    you can hit the "C" button at any time after after starting the
> roast cycle. The clock jumps to 3:10.   It does that both before the 75%
> and after, right down to 1 second to go. It always resets to 3:10.  No
> manual mode is necessary. But I have also roasted with other profile
> settings and the "C" button seems to reset the timer just the same.  I
> enjoy fiddling with the roast profiles, temperatures and timing.  But,
> mostly, I go with the cracks, the appearance and the aroma of both the
> beans and the smoke that is produced.
>
> As far as Roasting versus Baking, I'll leave that alone.  When I first
> started using a Hot Air Popper for my first tries at roasting coffee, the
> beans went from green to first crack within 4 or 5 minutes and to second
> crack a couple minutes later.  Each quarter cup of beans was done within 10
> minutes.
>
> As far as taste goes, it is so subjective as to be almost impossible to
> define.  I do know what I don't like and that is 95 percent of commercially
> available coffees.  So, I use my Behmor 1600 Plus in a way that roasts
> coffee the way I like it.  I've learned what that is and how to achieve it,
> roast after roast. I hope others that own the Behmor will try this trick
> and see if it works for them.
>
> Sent from my iPad
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