Roasting coffee with Nostalgia Electric hot air popcorn popper. 3rd try. 60g of Sweet Maria’s Brazil Cerrado DP Fazenda Aurea green beans. Hillsboro, Oregon. Sunday Feb 7 2010, ~1pm. Ambient temp 58. Popper outside. Coffee in @ 0:19. No immediated fluidity – had to stir. 1st crack…

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