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Brazil Dry-Process Fazenda Furnas Lot One
roasted on Sunday March 2

Goal was FC roast. I saw very uneven coloring during the yellow stage. I dropped heat at first crack +25 secs, but my gap to onset of SC came faster than I expected. I stopped at first crack + 3:20. The uneven coloring continued through the roast. lots of chaff.

Rest ~36 hours before my first cup. Very nice blueberry aroma in the wet grounds, and definitely in the cup. not the bomb, but very nice. Makes me want to order more and check out the other Brazilian DP beans right now.

I created some very, very interesting beans. I will be searching, but welcome any comments on the unusual cracks.

michele attached the following image:

GC (red one!), Encore Baratza, Aeropress, Melitta dripper, Primula Stovetop, Yama, French press

Looks about like my first roast of this one. Just roasted yesterday on the Huky.

300g charged at 400F.
Yellow @ 5:04 - 300F
1C @ 9:40 - 392F
1Ce at 11:56 - 418F
Drop @ 12:46 - 430F

Pretty sure my dragging the post-crack development was not beneficial for this bean. I should have re-read Schooley's article on the Shrub before I dove into this one and tried to apply a "stock" profile. Sounds like once these softer beans lose moisture the roast will quickly speed up (as you experienced.) Looks like heat would need to be cut a bit earlier.

Oh well, roast and learn.

Glad to hear you were pulling such good stuff from them, regardless. I too have high hopes for this bean.

Keep up the good work!
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