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Topic: New Behmor user question (4 msgs / 81 lines)
1) From: Dennis Guyer
As a proud owner of a brand new Behmor, I have a question.  I am a veteran of nearly 200 roasts using the IR2.  So I do have some experience with roasting.  However, I have never found a roast/bean/profile that will suit me for drip brewing.  Most of my coffee is made using the Aeropress, but my roasts do not transfer to a good drip experience.  Does anyone have a profile / bean /country that has been your go to coffee for drip brewing? I have never been able to go over to the "dark" side and prefer a lighter roast.  Also, I have been leaning toward Central or South American coffees.  Although that may change now with the Behmor.  BTW, I am very impressed with the quality of the Behmor.  Also the BehmorThing is invaluable in understanding how the roaster works.  
Thanks for any suggestions,
Dennis
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2) From: miKe mcKoffee
FYI FWIW "usually" when on Lists or forums such as this "the dark side" does
not refer to a dark roast, but rather the dark concentrated shot of
espresso. Currently in one espresso SO hopper City+ Eth Jimma, in another
City+ Rwanda, in main Delirium which is a melange of different beans
different roasts 3 City+, 1 City++, one Full City.
Sorry, can't help you with B1600 specifics...
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3) From: Dennis Guyer
I have so much to learn!!
Thanks for the info,
Dennis

4) From: Martin Maney
On Mon, Nov 01, 2010 at 03:45:13PM -0700, Dennis Guyer wrote:
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Can't help you there, as I've enjoyed coffees from many origins, at
various roast levels (only occasionally a true City, or past FC+), all
through a drip cone.  From your description I have to wonder if there's
a problem with the actual drip process.  Perhaps if you could discuss
how your drip results dissapoint you we could offer some more helpful
thoughts.
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