[Homeroast] Wondering about changes over first days?
mckona at comcast.net
Wed Jun 14 17:33:59 CDT 2017
The key to a good successful light roast is much more than just drop temp. I do production roasts dropped 418f, 416f even no problem. HOWEVER, many/most people (including so called professionals) screw up light roasts by not developing the roast fully before the drop. Barest minimum I want 2min from start of 1st to end of roast usually more like 2:30 or a bit more finish. Which of course means knowing how to control your roaster and slow the ramp just before hitting 1st...
Also a rule of the thumb the lighter the roast the longer the rest, ESPECIALLY for espresso. My Delirium blend best about 12-14 days rest. My current washed Yirg' Beriti dropped 418f (start of 1st ~11:45 EOR ~14:30) min 14 days rest and screaming delish over the top smooth, silky, creamy floral & citrus shots days out at days 19-20.
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From: Homeroast [mailto:homeroast-bounces at lists.sweetmariascoffee.com] On Behalf Of Dennis Parham
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Great we have same ideas… I have several coffees I can drink immediately especially in an e61 group … on the line though it requires a little more time to rest to be tame… ( on centrals mainly for me) but I have a pressure profiling setup that allows me to make some adjustments on the fly to a point … this particular coffee I may just be over roasting but when Im hitting about 418”fish” I’m still into first crack so maybe I need just guts up and drop lol I’m out 4.5 days now and its slowly taming but I don’t envision any extra sweetness or coming… and a few of my customers haven’t really enjoyed it as a latte… or espresso… me personally at this moment its ok but my socks haven’t flown off… I’m going to try a short run low temp city drop and see what happens next week I guess lol
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> On Jun 14, 2017, at 2:20 PM, Greg Hollrigel <ghollrigel at gmail.com> wrote:
> I like waiting a minimum of 3-5 days after roast, and more like at
> least 7 days for espresso. I think it helps tame the gasiness of the
> beans. But, I think I do miss the fruity flavors that may occur early
> on after the roast on some beans, so every once in a while, I'll brew
> beans closer to roasting date.
> On Wed, Jun 14, 2017 at 10:08 AM, Ben Treichel <btreichel at gmail.com> wrote:
>> If you sample your coffee over the first few days out of the roaster,
>> are those the 'flavors' that you roasted over in getting to where you
>> thought you wanted the coffee to be? In fact how does a 1 day old
>> cupping sample relate to a coffee after 3 to 5 days rest? Got the
>> thought stuck in my mind, figured I try to get it out and get some other opinions.
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