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11-05-2021, 10:06   #106
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Drinking the Brazilian now, again Aero 15/250 inverted etc

It's darker roasted and that comes through in the end of the flavour, incredible mouthfeel though, definitely creamy and other flavour notes are darkberries and brown sugar.

I'll do an espresso with it next
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Glad you liked them. I really love that Yirgacheffe. I'm hoping that some of the other naturals I bought have a similar fruity profile. You got lucky - I stuck on a 400g roast the other day and accidentally unplugged the roaster half way through. Had to wait 10 minutes for the roaster to cool-down before the safety feature would allow my to restart the roast. The results are a bit... scorched. Krusty's House of Brown is going to have to wait..
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I really love that Yirgacheffe
OK! I used the Clever Dripper this morning 22/330 James Hoffman Method (water first, no bloom phase, 2.30 total immersion time)

It's much better than the Aero was, I also ground a slight bit courser.

Loads of funky flavours this time, it's beautiful.
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Sorry to spam the thread, but I do want to update when I use Krusty's beans, and what method I'm using

He recommended I use the Brazilian as an espresso, so I did that - 14g approx 30g out made up to approx 200ml Americano - it's a darker roast and with that I'm getting dark chocolate, nutty, bitter caramel flavours and almost caramel mouthfeel.

This is also pretty good brewed as suggested.

I have to say, if anyone else out there is home-roasting I'd love to give your beans a whirl, or if anyone is thinking of doing it, the results would seem to be excellent
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