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Topic: Black & Tan (2 msgs / 35 lines)
1) From: Bill Zambon
With a new GeneCafe Roaster that I received, I was also prompted to buy some
new beans.
Now I am cleaning out some of my older beans and today I roasted some
Sulawezi that I've had for over a year.....
I roasted them fairly dark, and what turned out is what can best be
described as a batch of roasted beans that are a mixture of black (looks
like French) and tan (looks like Full City). The entire batch is like
that... it's actually rather good, but I am curious why beans in the same
roast can turn out so differently? Is it the age of the beans?
Bill Z
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William R. Zambon
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2) From: Justin Marquez
On 9/14/06, Bill Zambon  wrote:
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Some beans - Harrar Horse comes to mind - can be really variant in
roasted colors in the batch.
Safe Journeys and Sweet Music
Justin Marquez (Snyder, TX)


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