Ethiopian Biloya Special or Brazil FTO DP Poco Fundo?
I ran out of time to roast this weekend, so I had to do it at lunch
today. Wondering which stands a better chance of being rested enough in
such a short time. Anyone have any thoughts or opinions?
On a side note ... had my first chaff fire today. Tenth roast in the
Behmor. First Crack had tapered off. No cracks for 10-15 seconds & I
hit cool (was aiming for City+ on the Ethiopian). about 30 seconds
later I saw an orange-ish flash of light and then smoke started coming
out the top edge of the door. I hit the OFF button, the smoke stopped
almost instantly, and I pulled the plug. About 30 seconds later there
was no smoke, no signs of flight inside the compartment and all of the
sudden I hear some snaps. they started building up and within 10-15
seconds I could tell I was about to hear a rolling Second Crack so ... I
took a chance ... plugged the unit back in and hit the COOL button. No
smoke. No light. And the cracks started dying off. I think I ended up
at least with a Full City+, but hopefully it'll still taste okay ... at
least there's no surface oil showing.