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@Nomad As a general rule Roasting should not exceed 20 min to second crack You are describing is baking

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I have a questions.. im trying to experiment with riasting.. i roasted 3 cup of nicaraguan at 200 degrees for 1 hr and 30 min.. is that to long?

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Coaxing berry flavors from Ethiopian beans?
CaffeinatorDave
Hi everyone!

First time posting here. I love berry forward roasts of Ethiopian coffees and I’ve been trying to achieve this with the Behmor for the past 4 years without much success. Anyone out there that knows how to do it?

Thanks!
Koffee Kosmo
Have you ever tried coffee cupping
All flavour descriptions of coffee are noted by using coffee cupping

This is an industry standard and I suggest that you find a local roaster that has cupping classes to attend

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CaffeinatorDave
Hi KK, thanks for the response. Yes I have tried cupping. But that wasn’t what I was asking about. Has anyone here used the Behmor to roast an Ethiopian coffee that resulted in a berry forward flavor profile? How did you achieve that roast with the Behmor? I know individual coffees will roast differently, but I’m looking for a good starting point. Thanks!
av8bdriver

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CaffeinatorDave wrote:

Hi KK, thanks for the response. Yes I have tried cupping. But that wasn’t what I was asking about. Has anyone here used the Behmor to roast an Ethiopian coffee that resulted in a berry forward flavor profile? How did you achieve that roast with the Behmor? I know individual coffees will roast differently, but I’m looking for a good starting point. Thanks!


I am having the same issues... cannot seem to get the berry forward flavors. Anyone, please share advice and tips. Thanks!
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