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Topic: La Berlina roast aroma (7 msgs / 103 lines)
1) From: John Wanninger
During the early (yellow bean) stages of roasting Panama La Berlina, I find
the smell to be very reminiscent of cooking fresh tomatoes. Is it me or are
any of you folks getting the same?  
John
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2) From: Tom & Maria
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You know, I remember this aroma because I roasted a little for myself 
last week, but I couldn't put a name on it. I like the early roast 
aromas, during yellowing. You can smell the Aged coffees and the new 
crop Sumatras from 100 yards away. Mexicans and Costas can achieve a 
very bright yellow and have really nice toasted smells too. When I 
roast in the vented 1 LB Coffee Kinetics roaster, I really miss all 
those early roast aromas. In the Diedrich I could always catch them 
by using the tryer.  -Tom
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3) From: john kangas
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Hmm, just got some of that, I'll pay attention next roast! Just roasted a 
bit of the Kenya "Top", it really smelled like blackberries around the start 
of first crack. Mmmm, blackberries...
John Kangas
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4) From: Mike McGinness
From: "John Wanninger" 
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Would that be fried green tomatoes or stewed red tomatoes?
MM;-) aka Kona Konnaisseur miKe mcKoffee
Dual Variable Transformer Rosto Roasting
Rocky grindin' - Miss Silvia brewin'
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5) From: John Wanninger
The red ones, getting ready for the Ball canning jars.
(ah, missing those wonderfull fall days ... sigh)  
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6) From: Oaxaca Charlie
--- john kangas  wrote:
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 I'll pay more attention to different varieties roast smells,
too.  The Pluma I'm roasting most days always lets me know when
first crack is imminent by giving off an aroma that is exactly
like chocolate chip cookies that are ready to remove from the
oven. Really nice smell, that.
Charlie
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7) From: jim gundlach
I've read it
and I'm sure it's true
that all the great roasters
roasted mainly by smell
Jim Gundlach
On Friday, February 7, 2003, at 01:13 PM, Oaxaca Charlie wrote:
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