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Topic: John's HotTop my BB variac Rosto comparison (2 msgs / 47 lines)
1) From: Mike McGinness
John,
It's a go for Guat' Huehuetenango El Injerto 02 for Monday (tomorrow)
evening roasting. To recap I'll be roasting 1/3# greens batch to light full
city, before 2nd crack after long 1st crack full development, sending the
full 1/4#+ roasted to you. I'll roast a second back for my end. (You can
probably just roast one HotTop batch and split it between us...;-) I'll ship
it USPS Priority Tuesday, should have it Friday. I'll be vac'ing each batch
in 8 1/2 x 11" bags.
Anyone is welcome to swing by Saturday if you'd like to compare the Caffe'
Rosto variac controlled BB profile roast to a HotTop roast. RSVP...
MM;-)
Home Ju-Ju Variable Variac Rockin' Rosto Roasting in Vancouver, WA USA
Grindin' & Brewin' with Solis Maestro & Miss Silvia
PS I have your address, just in case you don't still have my address after
your computer change over:
Mike McGinness
15104 NE 74th Street
Vancouver, WA  98682-5149
360 254-0179
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2) From: Irene and Lubos Palounek
Thermal Insulated Systems,http://www.thermalsystems.commakes insulated
shipping containers that some mail order firms use to ship products from
chocolates to salmon and other seafood. I think that it would not be too
difficult to improvise similar container from sturdy cardboard box and thick
foam insulation board inserts plus either dry ice or the gel bottles you
freeze in an freezers and use in  portable coolers.
I have no experience in making such a shipping box. I am sure John and Mike
could manage -- and perhaps report. It may become a very "Home Roasted
Coffee" related subject.  :-)
Cheers, Lubos
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