Well, maybe, but from what I've heard, they are typically underpowered. So maybe you accidentally got a good one! Maybe I'll dig mine out of storage and try it again - it's been 5 or 6 years.
----- Original Message ----
From: Mark McBrearty
One problem I never had with my Aromaroast was a lack of heat. In fact, I
sometimes wish it had an adjustment that would let me turn the heat down. So
I suspect the one you picked up may have a defect if it won't finish the
roast. I'm anxious to look at some of the new roasters on the market now,
though, as soon as I learn enough to make an intelligent decision.
On Behalf Of Andy Thomas
Sent: Monday, July 07, 2008 7:31 PM
Subject: Re: [Homeroast] New to the List... Greetings...
Greetings and welcome. I have an Aromaroast that I bought at a second-hand
store a few years ago. I was in the original box with the original sample of
green coffee. The coffee was horrible, of course, but I was never able to
get a decent roast even with good, fresh greens. It just never got hot
enough to finish the roast. I know there are modifications, but I haven't
gotten around to tinkering.
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