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3277[BUG] Re: Roasting coffee at home

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  • sh8knj8kster
    Nov 4, 2009
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      Some further thoughts on a roaster for you Ed...the I-Roar you're looking at is the better part of $200. For another $100, you can get into a drum roaster (Behmor). Drum roasters are purported to do a better job of roasting beans for espresso extraction over their fluid bed brethern. Tex can jump in here anytime and correct me if I'm wrong but it's my understand that fluid bed roasters bring out the brightness in a bean whereas the drum roaster will tend to mute that flavor component. I don't know about you but I don't care for an overly bright shot of anything. In the vac pot, it's acceptable but I don't care to drink bright espresso. So for me (if I were you) I wouldn't consider anything but a drum roaster and if you're just want to get into this w/o getting your feet soaked, $300 isn't a lot of money as far as drum roasters go. Others may have better or different ideas



      Jake
      Reddick Fla.
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      > --- In BUG-is-Bunn@yahoogroups.com, edward09603@ wrote:
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      > > Looking at a nesco and an i-roast
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      > ~~~~I can't help you Ed, never used either of those myself. Perhaps someone else from this list has and will be along shortly
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      > > From: "sh8knj8kster" <sh8knj8k@>
      > > Date: Tue, 03 Nov 2009 06:25:46
      > > To: <BUG-is-Bunn@yahoogroups.com>
      > > Subject: [BUG] Re: Roasting coffee at home
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      > > --- In BUG-is-Bunn@yahoogroups.com, "ed" <edward09603@> wrote:
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      > > > What recommendations does anyone have for a home coffee roaster.
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      > > ~~~~Depends on what your budget is Ed
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      > > I am looking at two different ones I found on http://www.sweetmarias.com, plus they sell green beans.
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      > > ~~~Which two? Mention the brands/models and I'm sure one of us could share experiences we've had with it
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      > > My local coffee roaster just shut down or moved without any warning, so I am having to buy Lavazzia coffee. Good substitute, but not super fresh.
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      > > ~~~Good excuse for you to jump into this segment of the coffee hobby=:-)
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      > > > Thanks for any help on brands and prices.
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      > > > Ed Benton
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      > > ~~~~Again, let us know which models you are thinking about and more than likely one of us have used it and can relate pros and cons
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