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  • The Coffee Roasters companion book is returned

    The book The Coffee Roasters companion book has been returned to me in perfect order. thanks to Sean.
    also came with a nice thank you note and some roasted beans, i thought african flavours, and roasted so that nice flavours, good balance body aroma. lovely coffee.


    cheers
    Ron.

  • #2
    Thanks Ron for the loan. Scott Rao has put together a very interesting book and I got a lot out of it. Certainly more advanced than Kenneth Davids' "Home Coffee Roasting" and a worthwhile read for anybody who wants to get into the nitty gritty of different temperature curves and their effects.

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    • #3
      I've found it very handy, for as much following it as deliberately not following his advice.

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      • #4
        And I'm not discrediting the book. It really helped frame what coffee roasting standards can be in a particular preferred professional scenario, and how I in my context have to make adjustments. I refer to it fairly regularly, especially with cupping.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by readeral View Post
          I've found it very handy, for as much following it as deliberately not following his advice.
          I would not expect it to work on your roaster either. However when the method is applied to the absolute letter using a ventilated solid drum roaster and there are some things one needs to work out for him / herself in regards to adapting to their own system, it produces deliciously sweet, full and balanced coffee that does not taste baked or ashy.

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