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Topic: Sumatra Blue Batak "Tarbarita" Peaberry (10 msgs / 164 lines)
1) From: Eddie Dove
Brown sugar never smelled or tasted this good ...
Eddie
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2) From: Gregg Talton
Shhhhhh!!!!!  Don't let the secret out, I need to order 10 more pounds.
Gregg
On 10/27/07, Eddie Dove  wrote:
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3) From: James Raven
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4) From: Kris McN
I'm sorry, am I missing something?  What does this have to do with the Blue
Batak?
On 10/27/07, James Raven  wrote:
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How did you roast it, Eddie?  I've been thinking about ordering some.
Kris McN

5) From: Eddie Dove
Hey Kris,
It was a Full City roast of a 2 pound batch in my 4 pound RK Drum; I
used more of a moderate (but not too moderate) heat ramp up to and
into 1st crack then dropped the heat to let it cruise right up to, but
stop short of 2nd crack.  I believe it was about 4 - 4 1/2 minutes
between the beginning of 1st crack to the end of the roast.
The last few weekends I have not been taking any notes whatsoever; I
have been roasting more on instinct and letting the beans guide me in
the roast.  The reward has been better results, but the detriment is
lack of notes for reference.  Sorry I can't give you more particulars.
Hope this helps ...
Eddie
On 10/27/07, Kris McN  wrote:
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6) From: Kris McN
That's plenty of detail, Eddie, thanks.
Just out of curiosity, how are you brewing it?  And, while you're at it, how
many days rest is it on?
Kris McN

7) From: Eddie Dove
In a Technivorm Moccamaster CD with a Swissgold filter at 6 days rest.
Eddie
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8) From: James Raven
I knew this would come back to me, it was to someone else, been up too long=
. Embarrassing.
From: krismcn
To: homeroast
Subject: Re: +Sumatra Blue Batak "Tarbarita" Peaberry
Date: Sat, 27 Oct 2007 10:17:56 -0700
I'm sorry, am I missing something?  What does this have to do with the Blue=
 Batak?
On 10/27/07, James Raven < rvnrdr> wrote:
Ahhhhhh, Finally the freakin sunshine appears, wonderful picture material. =
going to be quite the day, cool but nice and clear. Fall at it's peak.
"Sunshine is required for Vitamin D and good moods"
                                                                    ---Jim
How did you roast it, Eddie?  I've been thinking about ordering some.
Kris McN
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9) From: Les
Eddie,
If you want an awesome shot, crank up that Gaggia.  Blue Batak is one
of the best SO shots that I have ever had.
Les
On 10/27/07, Eddie Dove  wrote:
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10) From: Eddie Dove
Agreed.
On 10/27/07, Les  wrote:
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