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    Any idea on roasting dry processed Byron Bay beans in a behmor-auto/manual combo?not having much success so far.

  • #2
    Originally posted by malk2 View Post
    Any idea on roasting dry processed Byron Bay beans in a behmor-auto/manual combo?not having much success so far.
    I roasted some Mareeba Peaberry in my Behmor (200g) on P5D (manual as well), and pressed P2 (25% power) at first crack, run 30 seconds and cool. Gentle heat seems best.

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    • #3
      The peaberry was washed, though. Not natural processed.

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      • #4
        Cheers.I did P1 till 1st crack then P2 and didn't let it get to 2nd.The beans look well roasted but taste horrible.It may just be the variety of bean meant for dark Italian type roast.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by malk2 View Post
          Cheers.I did P1 till 1st crack then P2 and didn't let it get to 2nd.The beans look well roasted but taste horrible.It may just be the variety of bean meant for dark Italian type roast.
          I would've thought they'd be a fairly soft bean that would be no good for using the P1 setting on as its too hot. I'd try P3, P4 or P5.

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          • #6
            See my tasting notes for the Peaberry (somewhere). Metallic.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by LeroyC View Post
              I would've thought they'd be a fairly soft bean that would be no good for using the P1 setting on as its too hot. I'd try P3, P4 or P5.
              Ok.I'll give it a try.Thanks

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              • #8
                Originally posted by malk2 View Post
                Cheers.I did P1 till 1st crack then P2 and didn't let it get to 2nd.The beans look well roasted but taste horrible.It may just be the variety of bean meant for dark Italian type roast.
                It's ... pretty rough coffee.

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                • #9
                  ... use lots of milk and sugar and wince it down.

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