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What Green Coffee did you Buy or Roast Today?

TexLaw

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My first natural process coffee, Ethiopian Gelgelu Edema. Having done no other natural process, your guess is as good as mine as to how it came out. I may try some in the French press tomorrow.

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Guatemala Proyecto Xinabajul "La Viuda" Evelia from Sweet Maria's roasted for a home roasted coffee exchange that I am taking part in on a roasting facebook page I follow. Also throwing in 4 oz of the same coffee green for the recipient.

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TexLaw

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Very nice, @jmwebster!

I roasted 250g of the Ethiopian Gelgelu Natural. The first roast with this bean went very well. The second . . . well . . . not so much. Let's see how the rubber roast goes in this three-roast series!
 

TexLaw

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Another 250g of the Ethiopian Gelgelu Edema Natural. Once again, I missed the pic, but it seemed to come out pretty nicely.
 

TexLaw

Contributor
Another 250g of the Ethiopian Gelgelu Edema Natural, which I seem to be roasting about twice every week. I'll probably finish off the rest of this (another couple of pounds or so) before moving on to a different bean. That ought to take a about a month.

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Roasted 6 half pound batches of Costa Rican La Minita in the Hottop. Getting ready to travel and the drum motor on the SF-1 needs to be replaced so need a couple weeks roasted while I wait for the new motor.
 
Yesterday I broke into my 40 lbs of Etheopian wet processed.

4 half pound batches sitting in the driveway, using the hottop. A neighbor walked by and asked what I was doing. They left with a few green coffee beans. Said they did not like coffee. Good, as I don't want to start supplying coffee.

Didn't take a pic. Coffee roasting has become routine (2-3 times a month), so I don't think about photos of a static roaster.
 
Yesterday I broke into my 40 lbs of Etheopian wet processed.

4 half pound batches sitting in the driveway, using the hottop. A neighbor walked by and asked what I was doing. They left with a few green coffee beans. Said they did not like coffee. Good, as I don't want to start supplying coffee.

Didn't take a pic. Coffee roasting has become routine (2-3 times a month), so I don't think about photos of a static roaster.
 
Yesterday I broke into my 40 lbs of Etheopian wet processed.

4 half pound batches sitting in the driveway, using the hottop. A neighbor walked by and asked what I was doing. They left with a few green coffee beans. Said they did not like coffee. Good, as I don't want to start supplying coffee.

Didn't take a pic. Coffee roasting has become routine (2-3 times a month), so I don't think about photos of a static roaster.
 
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