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What's in Your Roaster This Week?
BobbyS
Colombian Supremo five 3lb batches
BeanPoet
It's Ethiopian and it's good. The place where I buy my green coffee doesn't give a lot of specifics! Just a brown paper bag with "Ethiopian" scrawled on the front. I should probably inquire further at some point.
Cheers,

Erik
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It's Ethiopian and it's good. The place where I buy my green coffee doesn't give a lot of specifics! Just a brown paper bag with "Ethiopian" scrawled on the front. I should probably inquire further at some point.


During my first few years of roasting, I primarily bought from local artisan roasters and like you mention, a kraft bag with grease pencil stating country of origin was all I got and really all I cared to know. I pretty much disregard most articulated descriptive blather as it very rarely conveys any useful information for me and most of the time I scan down to the last couple of sentences stating whether it is great or mediocre greens.
1/2 lb and 1 lb drum, Siemens Sirocco fluidbed, presspot, chemex, cajun biggin brewer from the backwoods of Louisiana
renatoa
This is my "end of the world" refill order for the next 6 months, a total of 14 kg greens:
Guatemala El Potrero Genuine Antigua
Ethiopia Guji Gr 1 Dimtu natural
Costa Rica El Pilon natural
El Salvador Finca Los Pirineos
Tanzania Blackburn Estate (washed)

"end of the world" because my source for the last 4 years was an UK company, and with the brexit will cease buying from them, unfortunately :(
jqaman
Coffee bean direct
Estate Java

Indonesian bean, low bitterness, low acidity at all roasts however lacks good flavor at lighter roasts so I usually take it to almost French roast...
jqaman
Just ordered 5 pounds of Papua New Guinea from coffee bean direct. It will be a new bean for me, I haven't tried this one before. Also, I don't work or have any vested financial interest in any site I recommend, just trying to pass on the word when I find a good site.

Orders over $35 are free shipping and I don't live wherever they are so I don't pay any sales tax either. I also buy from Burman Coffee but they charge shipping which runs the cost of the coffee up.
jqaman
Just roasted a pound of Sulawesi Kalosi in my Behmor 1600 (Behmor is 16 or 17 yrs old). Can't wait to try it later this weekend after it gets some aging to it. I roasted a pound of the PNG and it was amazing. Ordering some more. Also, I did some comparing of prices between Burman and CoffeeBeanDirect (CBD) and Burman has competitive good prices. So my settings for this SK lb, B, P3 and 22 minutes...john
DrHenley
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TeddyJ
Costa Rica La Magnolia Tres RIos

Roast to full city for lattes.
brianmch
Colombia El Condor. Narino region blend of Castillion and Caturra.

Roasted to medium.

Mild grapefruit/orange marmalade acidity.
Buttery/velvety body & mouthfeel.
Bittersweet cocoa/some herbiness.
Brown sugar to caramel/toffee sweetness.
snwcmpr
Ethiopian Natural Gesha.
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Backwoods Roaster
"I wish I could taste as well as I wish I could roast."

As Abraham Lincoln said "Do not trust everything you read on the internet".
mkane
2 different Ethiopians.
Always learning
DrHenley
And another Ethiopian...Queen City Harrar
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SD and dogs
Guatemala Huehuetenango EP
JackH

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Guatemala Huehuetenango EP


One of my favorites!
---Jack

KKTO Roaster.
SD and dogs

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Guatemala Huehuetenango EP


One of my favorites!


Such an intensive taste and rich aroma!
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