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Topic: wonderfull aroma (2 msgs / 72 lines)
1) From: R.N.Kyle
I went into a roasting frenzy yesterday. I roasted Sumatra Mandlehing,( 2 )3
oz. batches FR+ one just a few snaps into 2nd crack, and one to a rolling
2nd crack, blended together after roasting. sealed in a pint mason jar.
a batch of Yemen Mocca Raimi, 20 sec. into 2nd crack, blended with Uganda
AA-s Budadiri, sealed in a pint jar, and 8 oz done in 4 roast just into 2nd
crack and sealed in a 1.5 pint mason jar. I just crack the jars twice a day
the first day, and once a day after that to let the co2 escape. I store my
means in a cabinet in the bedroom, The wife and I really enjoy the (
Cracking of the Jars) to release the gas. The aroma that fills the cabinet
is so wonderful that it makes you want to lick the air. One of the small
pleasures of home roasting IMHO.
Ron Kyle
a coffee roaster from South Carolina
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2) From: Jim Friedlander
Ron,
  Indeed!  
  I just started helping the cooling process with a separate electric
fan.  One big side benefit is that it distributes the delightfully sweet
aroma of fresh-roasted coffee throughout the entire kitchen.  And I
agree, my cabinets have never smelled so nice!  Well, forget about the
cabinet that holds the green beans  :)
Now, back to topic, about HTML mail...
jim


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