A great Colombian to roast. Easy to roast on the Behmor. I use it for many types of pours from drip to espresso. For me, I like it between light to medium roasted for drip & pour over for the notes. But almost a solid medium roast for espresso. I have had nothing but good Colombians from Bodhi.
Great coffee, great delivery
The Colombian beans were extremely flavorful, with that burst of good acidity. The Brazilian beans had a darker flavor and the Mexican beans chocolatety.
I had to leave a review. I have always enjoyed the mild sweetness of good Narino roasted about C+. This one is stunningly good, especially for the price. I find that extending the drying phase of the roast for a minute or so at about 410F before cranking it up to finish at about 447F is all it needs to even out and develop the bean’s potential. The flavors of graham cracker, brown sugar and vanilla are evident up to FC. I imagine that it will be smooth into the darker roasts while losing the slight fruit and some of the sweetness.
More difficult to roast as a newbie - starts out with uneven color and for me it needed to dry with hi fan and low temp a good 3 minutes in my very humid climate before circulation improved (SR800) Ultimately a really lovely, drinkable cup at City+ in a french press.