I'm after 800g to 1kg bags. As @Mark1966 said it's about the consumption rate and we're going through it at a crazy rate. The 400g bags are excellent for sampling. Put me down for a kilo of Honduras (or three 400g bags).
Coffee time! This will be the last for a while. This coming week I'm off for some R+R before the school holidays start here. Then the week after, I jet off to China for work for a couple of months. Yay, Chinese food! Pity their coffee is shit. I'm taking my own.
I finally managed to get 2 roasters running in concert (on 2 separate circuits, to be safe), and they ran perfectly. So now, I can get 8 kilos roasted in under 4 hours, for $200 outlay. Noice.
Anyway, we have (400g bags, all organic):
Honduras - 6 packs - Even and dark, right to the edge of second crack, just before the rolling crack. East Timor - 3 packs - Similar to Honduras, but these beans look smooth, too. A nice chocolatey, buttery colour. Brazil - 3 packs - Medium dark roast. The Brazilian ones don't really like going too heavily roasted. They actually look similar to the others, but have about 10 degrees less in them (roughly 8 minutes less roasting time).
I had more packs, but my sister-in-law worked out I was roasting and swooped in. Don't see her for months, then woosh....
These were roasted today, and I have already vac sealed them. It is unlikely that these ones will hold the vacuum because they will breathe out over the next couple of days. The bags I have atm have one-way valves in them, so you can manually force the CO2 out. Anyway, no air is getting in, so they will rest happily in these bags until you are ready to use them.
Also, new bank account details, which I will PM. @Pbgoose, you already have them.