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« Reply #100 on: 05/02/2017, 10:40 PM »
It hit the spot mate!!  Well done  :thumb:
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« Reply #101 on: 31/07/2018, 04:24 PM »
Maaaay have just ordered your August Secret Label coffee @mycuppa....

And I won't... WON'T ask the origin. No, I will not! As CURIOUS as I am I shan't!

But as you know the bean ;), any recommendations as to rest time for this one, or dialing in info, eg yield or brewing ratio? Don't know how to approach it, although that could be part of the fun!

Thanks heaps for releasing this one, it's a great idea, looking forward to it it sounds like a stunning bean!

Ps. You'd be SUPER busy with people ordering this one so no rush at all for this info hehe!
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« Reply #102 on: 31/07/2018, 05:24 PM »
Thanks Grasshopper.
Yes, it's flying out the door.
The Secret Label coffee is pretty easy to dial in. Not as challenging as say an Ethiopian natural......especially for someone with your technical bent. It's a reasonably forgiving coffee.
Once you open the carton, it's not going to be much of a secret ....bit of a clue on the bag.
It's going to be too fresh so in terms of rest time........depends upon which roaster I end up using in the morning, which of course depends upon whether we need 500kg or 900kg by lunchtime.
If I'm using the Brambati (which is looking like it may be the case), then it tends to prefer about 8-9 days. If I'm using the Proaster, then it's able to be used a lot sooner, e.g. 4 days, heck I often use the Proaster coffee the day after.
Enjoy, it's a truly lovely coffee.
Jeff

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« Reply #103 on: 31/07/2018, 08:35 PM »
Thanks Grasshopper.
Yes, it's flying out the door.
The Secret Label coffee is pretty easy to dial in. Not as challenging as say an Ethiopian natural......especially for someone with your technical bent. It's a reasonably forgiving coffee.
Once you open the carton, it's not going to be much of a secret ....bit of a clue on the bag.
It's going to be too fresh so in terms of rest time........depends upon which roaster I end up using in the morning, which of course depends upon whether we need 500kg or 900kg by lunchtime.
If I'm using the Brambati (which is looking like it may be the case), then it tends to prefer about 8-9 days. If I'm using the Proaster, then it's able to be used a lot sooner, e.g. 4 days, heck I often use the Proaster coffee the day after.
Enjoy, it's a truly lovely coffee.
Jeff
Haha awesome, thanks so much Jeff appreciate it, really looking forward to this one.

Yikes that's alot of coffee to roast up... hope it goes smoothly mate :)
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