Burundi Muninya Hill Kayanza

roasting

#1

I’ve had some trouble with the Burundi Muninya Hill Kayanza from IKAWA.
The in app roasting profile left me with a unpleasant taste for grass…, is it the same for you guys??

Here is my take on a dark roast that keeps the sweetness and rounds of with a hint of grapefruit.

It works great with aero-press, Chemex and french-press.

Let me know what you think.

Best regards Søren

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#2

Hello Søren,

I found the same grassiness in the Burundi profile (see my separate post on how I’ve addressed it so far). I’m going to try your profile next. From what I could see, your approach is similar in that you steepened the early part of the roast. You also extended the development time by almost 1m which would make it darker.

Regards,
Jonah