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Re: New decaf roaster here

... type and air temp… but is roughly about 11-14 minutes. We tend to prefer the Indonesian coffees, Sulawesi, Sumatra, Java, Bali… but there was a Burundi KT that was awesome too recently, and the Guats are great for espressos. Does that help at all? ttfn, Eduard
by SchwanSongs
Sun Apr 20, 2014 6:18 pm
 
Forum: New Member Introductions
Topic: New decaf roaster here
Replies: 1
Views: 39

Re: I have met the beans

... thank you! I am glad this forum exists because roasting coffee is a fun, rewarding and easy hobby with just a bit of a learning curve. Burundi sounds like a coffee I'd like to try. Today I roasted my first half-pound of Java Sunda - Pak Kanda I am jealous of your Pak Kanda. I loved ...
by J-bean
Fri Mar 07, 2014 5:20 am
 
Forum: New Member Introductions
Topic: I have met the beans
Replies: 1557
Views: 274144

Re: I have met the beans

... for being more out than in these days, but will note I'm on deadlines of various sorts until mid-July, and then we'll see how things shake out. Burundi sounds like a coffee I'd like to try. Today I roasted my first half-pound of Java Sunda - Pak Kanda and found that like a couple of other recent ...
by CoffeeWoman
Fri Feb 28, 2014 12:43 pm
 
Forum: New Member Introductions
Topic: I have met the beans
Replies: 1557
Views: 274144

Re: I have met the beans

... try again for a City or C+ roast. It may be a week or two though, since I just roasted a new Java and more Yemen Hajja. Joan, thanks for trying. Burundi not a huge supplier of SM greens -- over the years I've ordered three, remember liking them all, noting similarities to Rwandas, which is no ...
by el grano viejo
Sun Feb 23, 2014 10:06 am
 
Forum: New Member Introductions
Topic: I have met the beans
Replies: 1557
Views: 274144

Re: Tonight at noon

... around & share your coffee adventure. Please be patient. The energy level not what it was a few years ago. It may pick up again. This coffee [ Burundi Muyinga Murago ] is wonderful in my opinion, not that I have professional taste buds or anything. But it's flowery with lots of high notes, ...
by J-bean
Sun Feb 23, 2014 1:42 am
 
Forum: New Member Introductions
Topic: I have met the beans
Replies: 1557
Views: 274144

Re: Pictures / Information Of Vacuum Syphon Brewers

... seem to be in excellent condition. The gasket on the kent is near perfect while the Cory is borderline. My 6 cup pot on the Kent with 48g of Burundi was a little weak tasting. I pre-heated the water and added to the carafe bringing the temp to 206 when I added the funnel and coffee. The temp ...
by ripvanmd
Fri Feb 21, 2014 6:37 am
 
Forum: Vacuum Brewing
Topic: Pictures / Information Of Vacuum Syphon Brewers
Replies: 32
Views: 2488

Re: I have met the beans

... Good morning to everyone, although my "morning" and your morning may not coincide since I normally work nights. My café du jour is the Burundi Muyinga Murago, roasted 10 minutes in an air popper while using tilting and shaking to extend the drying at the beginning. Looks like I got ...
by J-bean
Sun Feb 16, 2014 11:55 am
 
Forum: New Member Introductions
Topic: I have met the beans
Replies: 1557
Views: 274144

Re: Burundi Kirimiro Teka

The Kirimiro was my first roast in the Behmor. I put in the full pound and hit "Cool" 2+15 after first crack, which I thought was a C+. I immediately brewed a pot, and it delivered a wonderful taste with sweet apple cider notes. I never knew coffee could taste like this. I have since roast...
by Daniel N.
Mon Dec 16, 2013 4:51 pm
 
Forum: Africa, Arabia, Asia
Topic: Burundi Kirimiro Teka
Replies: 4
Views: 526

Colombian (?)

... Peet's, Boulevard Coffee (here in Sac) and several 'high-end' roasters included. In addition to your El Salvador Majahual, I've tried a Brazil, Burundi and a Sumatra; all being part of a 'sampler'. They too were tasty and have helped in educating me as to the variety that's out there in terms ...
by Roasty
Sat Nov 16, 2013 10:12 pm
 
Forum: Coffee Chatter
Topic: Colombian (?)
Replies: 2
Views: 271

Re: Burundi Kirimiro Teka

I used a tiny air roaster for years before a sprung for a bigger roaster. I think roasting in a popper is fine. I agree that you can get some good roasts right at the beginning of second crack. But I find that my beans need to rest a day or two before they develop their full flavor.
by tucker85
Fri Nov 08, 2013 11:55 am
 
Forum: Africa, Arabia, Asia
Topic: Burundi Kirimiro Teka
Replies: 4
Views: 526
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