[Homeroast] Moka kadir roasting in Behmor

Peter Louton peter at midwestbicycleworks.com
Sun Mar 6 15:35:44 CST 2016


I think Dean is right on it with the 400 grams and two minute warm up. It is what I do and I love Moka Kadir. It does like a longer rest. Well I think it does for my antiquated tastebuds. 

Peter

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> On Mar 6, 2016, at 4:05 PM, Dean <dean_schaffran at wildblue.net> wrote:
> 
> Hi Jamie,
> 
> As you may recall there are a couple of tricks for the (old) Behmor to roast a little quicker--
> do a 2-minute warmup, hit stop, & then load the green
> prop the front feet up on a 1" thick block (or thereabouts) so the elements are a little more under the drum
> Some people used to recommend opening the door just a crack to moderate the temp instead of using the "other" Px butttons
> 
> and finally, I went from 16 oz (450 gm) to 400 gm (14 oz) and use the 1# settings P1B and then hit Cool when it looks/smells/sounds right.
> 
> That said, it's been a while since I roasted anything for espresso, no can't say any of this is an answer to your actual question. and of course the controls/sensors/etc might be changed in the "improved" mark2. Bless ETL and their meddling.
> 
> I've been thinking I should clean the Anita and do some MK or Liquid Amber & have a few shots, so I'm hoping some great advice comes in response to your question
> 
> Good Luck & Happy Roasting!
> 
> Dean
> 
>> On 3/6/2016 8:49 AM, Jamie Dolan wrote:
>> Good Morning!
>> 
>> After replacing multiple parts in our old Behmor and trouble shooting
>> with Behmor (They are very helpful by the way).  It was decided that
>> the entire main control board was bad in some way, so my dad just
>> bought us one of the new programmable Behmor's.
>> 
>> Now that I have a Behmor that works right, I'm trying to figure out
>> the best way to roast Moka Kadir, for espresso.  I've tried different
>> profiles, but the taste doesn't seem to be right.
>> 
>> My most recent batch, from yesterday, needs to rest for a couple days,
>> but I ran 1 pound of Moka Kadir on P1 and it still took right about 16
>> minutes to hit first crack.  Ran it just to the start of second crack.
>> I picked up a pound of black cat and compared my roast to that and I
>> am definitely darker than black cat.  For anyone that is familiar with
>> Black Cat, can you tell me what roast you would say that is so I can
>> compare?
>> 
>> Is this messing up the flavor of my roast because it takes too long to
>> reach 1st crack?  Do I need to do 8 or 12 ounces in 1 pound mode so I
>> hit first crack sooner?
>> 
>> Thanks,
>> 
>> Jamie
>> 
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