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    Just purchased an entry to the home roaster's comp. I've got a long way to go before i'm able to get the best out of beans for my taste, however it'll be fun to roast some up and have them judged, hopefully there is more to the feedback than just numbers. Comments from professional judges will be gladly received, who else is having a crack (excuse the pun)?

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    Ah good on ya mate, it's a great idea to enter things like that not only for the experience, but to get some feedback and be able to learn more is always great. Entered a martial arts tournament recently and also earlier in the year even though I'd never previously been interested in that sort of thing, but thought it would be a great learning experience and also just being a part of it with fellow likeminded individuals was great to share. May not be entering this one but at some stage I probably will give it ramping hot rolling crack! ;D
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    Roasted up tonight Yirgacheffe, Aceh, Sulawesi and PNG. Moisture loss 13%, 12.34%, 13.57% and 13.71%. Are these low loss? I gave the PNG and Sulawesi in particular a solid roast, 15-17 min so surprised if the moisture loss is low? These beans are only a few months old too..

    Aceh roasted way too fast at the start and stalled late methinks, proof will be in the pudding:
    20171016-140gAceh.jpg

    PNG again i let it take it's time, aroma is good straight after cooling (though i'm learning that means squat). For some reason the RM software regularly is unable to open templates, i forgot to save the jpg, went to re-open it and it's already giving me the found 20 columns looking for 19 error..

    Sulawesi, gave these a bit longer too, they heat up a touch faster than the PNG and have more momentum, see how they go:
    20171016-140gSulawesi.jpg

    Yirg, tried to drop these to cool a little earlier, again the saved csv doesn't load so i can't grab a jpg, photo of the first three without the Sulawesi (as it was still roasting:

    16th Oct Yirg.PNG.Aceh.jpg
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    The Aceh profile doesn't look too bad mate; can't see where it may have stalled...
    As you say, proof will be in the cup.

    Mal.

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    Sulawesi success!
    Having a pour over right now, Black, itís got a nice rich aroma and is sweet and smooth. Happy days, I really struggled with this bean. Aftertaste is a bit burnt flavored though, however itís pleasant in the cup
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