How to eliminate the taste of astringency by roasting?

Cynthia

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Our roasted coffee bean has a fairly strong taste of astringency. Please advise the source of astringency? Is it because of the green bean? How to eliminate this unhappy taste by roasting? Thanks a lot.
 

topher

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astringency...isn't enough...how is it astringent or pudgent? Is it in the finish or body...acidity? Need more info than that :wink:
 

nzroaster

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This is what separates a master roaster from a master blender.
Not to seem too negative but I would be surprised if you get an answer through internet corrospondance only.
 
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Cynthia

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Thank you so much. Just a unsmooth feeling on the tongue that you feel unhappy about. In other words, there's something precipitates on the tongue that forms this feeling.
 
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