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  • Re: Starter Packs for newbie roasters.

    Originally posted by Thundergod link=1113484527/180#193 date=1228893378
    Originally posted by CarrieK link=1113484527/180#192 date=1228892701
    Thank you for your kind offer Ben_S , I am in Sydney, but would love to buy your popper & pay postage if you really dont need it.  

    Greenman, looks like youre psychic !!  :

    - Carrie  
    Greenman I really could do with some upcoming lotto numbers via PM.
    Thats mean, TG, share the numbers with the rest of us....:P

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    Re: Starter Packs for newbie roasters.babian

    Some of the Green Bean starter pack beans I eally like - made a multi region with the Brazilian and Zimbabwean beans. Any chance of getting them in bigger packs (ie 2.5 kg or 1 kg bags? Thinking of roasting and giving them away as Christmas presents.

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    • #3
      Re: Starter Packs for newbie roasters.

      dave there are still a few beans in Green Bay (see link top left of page).
      All the beans on CS are top notch.
      Why not try something else for now as the next Bean Bay wont be until mid January.

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      • #4
        Re: Starter Packs for newbie roasters.

        Originally posted by Andy Freeman link=1113484527/180#182 date=1224342448

        tis true for the green bean packs... only one per person and then they vanish.
        (these cost us more than we charge for them and are fiddly to pack).  After people have done their first roasts the step-up to using 2.5kg lots of green beans is an easy choice.
        So, if I can still see it ...?

        Or am I just older than BeanBay?

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        • #5
          Re: Starter Packs for newbie roasters.

          Yeah I can still see it too.
          I guess if youve never ordered one then you can still see it.

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          • #6
            Re: Starter Packs for newbie roasters.


            You two are both older than BeanBay!



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            • #7
              Re: Starter Packs for newbie roasters.

              What a great way to start roasting!

              I had bought 2kg of unknown region Colombian green beans off ebay (roasted about 400g so far with an air popper) before stumbling upon this site. I am concerned my beans are roasting too quickly (five minutes to second crack from a cold start) but even so I think I have made better coffee than I have ever tasted before ...

              Very excited to taste these new beans! (Sumatra Blue Lintong, Eth. Yirga., PNG Maroogype AAA and Uganda Busmaga)


              Now, back to the forum lurking ...

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              • #8
                Re: Starter Packs for newbie roasters.

                Welcome to Coffee Snobs Jigoku.

                5 minutes is normal for an unmodified popper.

                Search this site for some hints and tips.

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                • #9
                  Re: Starter Packs for newbie roasters.

                  What are the beans in the starter pack? Are there any tasting notes?

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                  • #10
                    Re: Starter Packs for newbie roasters.

                    They vary.
                    Not that I know of.



                    Long time to wait for a first post.

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                    • #11
                      Re: Starter Packs for newbie roasters.

                      I received mine today. It contained Ethiopian Yirgacheffe, Ethiopian Harrar Longberry, Mountain Top Estate Bin 478, PNG Maragogype. Although I read it would contain beans from 4 different regions (I dont know, maybe they are different regions?) I am not disappointed with two Ethiopian beans at all. The roasted Ethiopian Yirgacheffe I have had in the past was great, and I have never had the Harrar Longberry but am looking forward to it.

                      Great delivery time as well. I ordered mine yesterday and have it in my hot little hands now! Thanks to those involved.

                      Now, which to roast first? Decisions, decisions.

                      Travis.

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                      • #12
                        Re: Starter Packs for newbie roasters.

                        Originally posted by Pavoniboy link=1113484527/200#204 date=1231488803
                        Great delivery time as well. I ordered mine yesterday and have it in my hot little hands now! Thanks to those involved.
                        All down to Andy and his family Pb.... 8-)

                        Mal.

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                        • #13
                          Re: Starter Packs for newbie roasters.

                          Hi Everyone

                          First I would like to thank Andy for the super fast delivery of my Green Bean Starter Pack. I received the following beans for anyone thats intersted and would appreciate any advice in roasting them in a corretto setup.

                          PNG - Kinjibi AA and Maragogype
                          Ethiopian - Yirgacheffe and Gambella Naturals

                          Cant wait to set up corretto. I would also like to thank everyone and anyone who have posted anything on here about roasting and corretto as it has been a great assistance to me in making some decisions.

                          I am looking forward to the beanbay sale this month. Keep checking emails everyday ha ha. I guess you could say I have the roasting bug.

                          Life is to short to drink bad coffee.

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                            Re: Starter Packs for newbie roasters.

                            Originally posted by 5C49080E083D0 link=1113484527/206#206 date=1232017884
                            Life is to short to drink bad coffee.
                            Ya got that right!!

                            Welcome to CS

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