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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!
 
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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!
 
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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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