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Topic: Jamaica Blue Mountain (9 msgs / 146 lines)
1) From: R.N.Kyle
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Could someone help with some roasting profiles for Jamaica Blue Mountain =
Coffee? I bought a pound, no other description except JBM. They are a =
nice size bean, and pale green in color. Having only 1lb. I'd like some =
experience on this,so I don't waste any with roast that may not be =
correct. 
Ron Kyle
rnkyle

2) From:
Ron,
I would go to Sweet Maries site and look in the archives for JBM.  It won't
be the same as your bean, but it should give you a general idea.

3) From: Mike McGinness
I personally roast JBM city/light full city. Rest 48hrs for full flavor
development.
MM;-)
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From: "R.N.Kyle" 
Could someone help with some roasting profiles for Jamaica Blue Mountain
Coffee? I bought a pound, no other description except JBM. They are a nice
size bean, and pale green in color. Having only 1lb. I'd like some
experience on this,so I don't waste any with roast that may not be correct.
Ron Kyle
rnkyle
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4) From: R.N.Kyle
Thanks Mike, I roasted some Sat. just thru first crack, I'm now letting it
rest 48 hrs. Let you know how it turned out Tuesday
Ron Kyle  roasting in South Carolina
rnkyle

5) From: Richard A Yoder
I just got in a batch of Jamaican Blue Mountain PeaBerry roasted beans. 
I was wanting to see if anyone had any preferred methods of brewing to
capture it at it's finest.
Thanks for your input;
Rick Yoder

6) From: Darliene Stanhope
Hi,
The only way I have ever brewed Jamaican Blue Mountain is with a french
press. I had a friend once use a Krups drip coffee maker and it was a whole
different coffee for me.
 Darliene
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7) From: Matthew Price
On 9/29/05, Darliene Stanhope  wrote:
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Reminds me of watching someone buy $30 of coffee at Gloria Jeans in
the mall and have it preground.  Sad, really.
Matthew

8) From: Seth Grandeau
A friend, returning from Jamaica, brought me a lb of JBM peaberry greens.
Based on Tom's comments on recent crops, I wasn't expecting much.  I roasted
it up in the Behmor (P5, D, 1/2 lb.  I ended up letting it run the full
17:30, with first crack starting to die down when the timer hit) to a City+
(it was weird not having an expert tell me what roast level to shoot for)
and drank my first pot this morning on 4 days rest.  I have to say, I was
very pleased.  It was like a nice Kona, very smooth with a thick, creamy
mouth feel and a slightly winey taste that lingered beautifully.  It wasn't
as spicy as the Kowali JBM (one of my all time favorites), but there was a
little peppery spice there.  All in all I was quite happy.  I hope this is a
precursor to Tom being able to source some quality Jamaican.
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9) From: Les
Seth,
I am glad you had a good experience.  I have some JBM from this year
and it isn't near as good as it should be.  It didn't come from Tom,
so I again understand why he doesn't always carry a coffee.
Les
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