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10/04/2022 7:11 PM
I'm still alive. Haven't posted here for a while. Still roasting about 20 lb a week. Life is good. Find me on Facebook.

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First Artisan Roast
mkane
Finally got it going. Still trying to get Phidgit to work so I can take more measurements
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mkane
Critics chime in please.
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mkane
Here is a 6oz roast using Kenyan beans. Chime in if you will please
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Edited by mkane on 08/09/2018 3:33 PM
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mkane
Why is it when I charge my machine the temps don't even come close to 120f? Is it because of the amount being roasted?
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Tavake12
It would be great to see your ET on this graph.
 
Oneal
Hello, Anyone roasting on a FZ 94 Coffee Tech with Artisan?
 
renatoa
Frans Goddijn:

https://artisan-r...essly.html
Edited by JackH on 08/05/2020 5:25 PM
 
Oneal
Thank you!ThumbsUp
 
pisanoal
mkane - How did these roasts taste to you?

It looks like they are very short. Your Maillard phase is 2:00 or less on every one of these roasts. If I were strictly looking at profiles, I would say those cups would taste very bright, acidic and thin (no body), possibly underdeveloped and grassy. Your Development Time Ratios look really nice, and your drying times look about right. So I would be curious about your evaluation of these in the cup. I know its been a while since you posted these up...
 
renatoa
The posts are two years old... long memory should have his papile to give an answer... Grin
 
mkane

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pisanoal wrote:

mkane - How did these roasts taste to you?

It looks like they are very short. Your Maillard phase is 2:00 or less on every one of these roasts. If I were strictly looking at profiles, I would say those cups would taste very bright, acidic and thin (no body), possibly underdeveloped and grassy. Your Development Time Ratios look really nice, and your drying times look about right. So I would be curious about your evaluation of these in the cup. I know its been a while since you posted these up...


You nailed it. Not very good . We've come a long way since then.
Nice on the nose
It smells like coffees
sweet and a bit nutty
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Edited by mkane on 10/24/2020 10:56 AM
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