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Posted Sun May 5, 2013, 10:00am
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Beans: SM's Espresso Workshop #26 - Ethiopiques
Roast deets: Behmor, P2, C.
1st crack started: 9 min
Cool cycle began: 11 min

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Posted Mon May 6, 2013, 6:39am
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Looks like a City + roast to me.
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Rather full city roast, I'd say.

 
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Posted Mon May 6, 2013, 8:27am
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130psi Said:

Beans: SM's Espresso Workshop #26 - Ethiopiques
Roast deets: Behmor, P2, C.
1st crack started: 9 min
Cool cycle began: 11 min

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Did you hear 2C?
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Posted Mon May 6, 2013, 9:58am
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No 2nd crack. first crack was slow or stopped when I moved to cool cycle. Here is what that same bean looks like when re-roasted (at right).  The beans on the left become brown and smooth, shinier, and larger, with a few small spots of oil visible (not pictured). The chaff line narrowed and darkened. I think the re-roast looks like Full+ to Vienna.

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Posted Mon May 6, 2013, 3:58pm
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130psi Said:

No 2nd crack. first crack was slow or stopped when I moved to cool cycle. Here is what that same bean looks like when re-roasted (at right).  The beans on the left become brown and smooth, shinier, and larger, with a few small spots of oil visible (not pictured). The chaff line narrowed and darkened. I think the re-roast looks like Full+ to Vienna.

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Reroasts almost always bring lots of oil to the surface of the bean no matter how dark they are roasted.  Just an FYI.

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