[Homeroast] Moka kadir roasting in Behmor
jon.currey at pobox.com
Wed Mar 9 22:52:19 CST 2016
I can't really speak to the acidity, since I take my shots 1:1 with whole
milk, which cuts most of that out. But the flavor profile I got is in line
with the blend and SM tasting notes. I roasted another batch of moka kadir
(from the same bag I received from SM a few weeks back) right after I sent
my reply and got similar results again.
How does your roast look? Isn't too much acidity typically a sign of under
roasting? I let the moka kadir go to the point where small spots of oil
emerge after roasting on a few of the beans. Late FC+ heading toward
Further than I typically go with single origin.
Also, having eliminated your grind and brew, do you have some other green
beans to try out, to see if this is something specific to moka kadir?
Perhaps a single origin to keep things simple?
On Wed, Mar 9, 2016 at 8:20 AM, Jamie Dolan <jamiedolan at gmail.com> wrote:
> Not sure why I just got your responses today (it show being from 3 days
> ago). The problem I have, the best I can think to describe it is, is that
> the cup seems to have a very strong / acidic type of start to the cup and
> then lacking in flavor overall. It's an unpleasant profile. I don't think
> it is my grinder / how I'm brewing. I have Black Cat in the grinder still
> and it seems to be turning out quite well.
> On Sun, Mar 6, 2016 at 10:58 AM, Jon Currey <jon.currey at pobox.com> wrote:
> > I guess I should have started with: what don't you like about the roast
> > produced? I'm getting a nice blueberry note from this batch (bought less
> > than a month ago), but it only emerged a few days after roasting. Other
> > than that, lots of chocolatey complexity.
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