Baked Taste

Under-developed flavors that result from long, low-heat roasting or a too-light roast level (before 1st crack is fully finished).: Baked flavor happens in under-roasted coffees haven’t developed their character, or coffees that simply sat in the roaster too long without enough heat. It can also happen to scorched coffees where the outside of the bean is browned and the inside is under-roasted. Flavors are typically astringent, grain-like, sour, and body is thin and possibly gritty.

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