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Identification help
Ricky Reels
My first roast.. I cant tell the doneness of this Ethiopian bean. Can someone help me out? I think it may be a city roast, but not sure.

Thanks!
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Edited by Ricky Reels on 06/08/2019 9:08 PM
 
renatoa
Have you heard any crack ?

Looks ok to me...
 
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renatoa wrote:

Have you heard any crack ?

Looks ok to me...


Only the first crack..not the second..
 
snwcmpr
Looks ok. Did 1st crack finish?

I never go to 2nd crack.
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snwcmpr wrote:

Looks ok. Did 1st crack finish?

I never go to 2nd crack.


Okay, cool! Yes the first crack finished. This was roaster a while after the first crack. I was trying to go just to second crack, but it didn't come, and I was afraid of burning. So does this look like a light roast? I know it's not dark, but it may be a medium..? no idea...
 
renatoa
If no hue of shine on beans, i.e. their surface is matte, then it's a medium roast.
If cinnamon, then is a light roast.
 
Ricky Reels
Thanks everyone!
 
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