Since joining the list about a month ago I've been trying to sit back
and learn a lot... I feel that is coming right along. I've gone from
never having roasted before to roasting about every other day and have
managed some decent roasts... I've only had one roast that was
undrinkable because I dumped it too early and it just wasn't done.
Anyway, I still use a cheap auto drip coffee maker and find that I can
really tell a big difference between my fresh roasted beans versus
anything I can buy at the local store. For that matter, I can tell a
lot of difference between the different fresh roasted varieties and
roast levels. I really didn't expect to be able to tell so much difference.
I don't believe I paid more than $12 for my coffee maker, so when
everyone started talking about how most autos don't get hot enough I was
surprised to measure that mine was right at the target range... just a
little below 200 degrees. I've been using this coffee maker for a
If my cheap coffee maker can reach the desired temperature and keep
doing so for years, why is it seemingly difficult for others to do?
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