@AlexGS Was your roast a little beyond end of 1C or more than a little? I would think based on time and temperature than you were post 1C at drop.
on similar vein,
@cataneo yours was probably dropped at end or within 1C. Can light roasts like that have roastiness? I suppose so but is that an taste in the bean or something else? My first go was a light cupping roast and I caused a surge in my system, freezing artisan. Bad timing for that, it is the only such freeze I've had in probably over a year.
So, @Moxiechef, I regret not seeing if my low charge mass roast was crashy since I finished the roast monitoring my TC4 LCD rather than artisan/computer.
I divided out 6 340 g batches from the 5# I ordered and the remnant of about 225 g was a cupping roast, which I will try to learn from blinded against 4 similar light efforts, a washed Ethiopian, a natural Ethiopian, a Colombian (bourbon noir), and another cooperative coffee, Atitlan Guatemala.
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