About the first Burundi tutorial profile


#1

This is what I got from the 50g Burundi eith the first tutorial profile. Looks very very light and didnt even go to 1st crack.
Waiting for the 1 week rest but, really curious how this can be sweet.
Does this look similar to what everyone else got?


#2

From that picture I’d say you hit 1st crack.
Looking back at my notes that Ikawa profile hit 1C at 4:20
Unless it’s been updated? This was a long time ago.
IIRC many thought it was a bit too light with “grassy” being used by some to describe it.
Personally, I enjoyed it. But I do like light roasts. It was definitely sweet.
Might surprise you in a week’s time.


#3

A lighter roast is sweeter than a darker roast.


#4

Can’t wait to discover the sweetness and flavors in this coffee.


#5

Yeah, i do know that definitely. I almost never drink dark roasts. But i guess i’m used to roasts that are in medium light range.
Never tried this kind of strictly light roasts which smell grassy after the roast. Definitely exciting to discover though!


#6

I have not had good luck with that bean that came with the sample pack. I have tried several things even making it much darker. Still tastes off to me. Might just be a I don’t prefer that particular bean though. It is actually good if you go really dark with it though and use for cold brew.


#7

https://share.ikawa.support/profile_home/?CAESENGnQLXfJ0lkhgnJnvFNyaoaC1NDQSBMZWN0dXJlIgUIABD0AyIGCJgBEMsOIgYIhgUQrBAiBgiXDBC/EiIGCKQXEM8TIgYIxSIQmhQqBQgAEM0BKgYIxSIQpAEwAToGCI0oEMUBYgEw


#8

My wife liked the hot brew from that one too.


#9

Oh, thank you for the profile! How dark is it with this profile?


#10

If I remember right it drops about 2 minutes after first crack. I remember being nervous as I was watching it, but let it go since i didn’t care for it much anyway lol.