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Barefoot Coffee - Redcab - Brazil
Barefoot Coffee
Redcab - Brazil
(Relationship, Shade)

$15.75 / 12 oz.
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This is a fun left quote. The Redcab - Brazil is a classic from Barefoot that always hits the mark. On Target! Its flavor notes hint of taffy and cacao in a dry aroma followed by layers of nougat, cashew butter, nutmeg and dark chocolate that really deliver. Redcab is wonderfully heavy bodied and round with an outstanding cream finish. Yum! Pull an espresso shot for an extra blast of flavor explosion! This is a fun right quote.
  May 16, 2011
Medium / Relationship, Shade
 
 
Dogwood Coffee - Neon Espresso
Dogwood Coffee
Neon Espresso
(Dir. Trade, Relationship)

$16.02 / 12 oz.
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This is a fun left quote. Neon is a chemical element with the symbol Ne and atomic number 10. It is also a bright and vibrant color appearance. Think David Bowie's makeup during his Ziggy Stardust phase. It is also a 2012 fashion trend that claims a lot of celebrity victims, who will remain nameless. Neon however can be timeless and that is when it comes to Dogwood's Neon Espresso. Dogwood's Stephanie Ratanas and crew really have wowed us with their coffees. Enough for us to pass over bigger names to bring them on the site. Neon Espresso is their latest espresso creation that is a great example of why we brought them on board. It is bright and has an explosive sweetness that makes it destined to be a classic. It also has a great chocolatey vibe that will satisfy anyone with a sweet tooth. No need to worry about the elements because it is all here in Dogwood's Neon Espresso. Order a bag. It will leave you glowing. This is a fun right quote.
  October 22, 2012
Medium / Dir. Trade, Relationship
 
 
Olympia Coffee - Little Buddy Organic Blend
Olympia Coffee
Little Buddy Organic Blend
(Organic, Sustainable)

$14.45 / 12 oz.
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This is a fun left quote. Looking for a great drip coffee? Drum roll, please!…Get ready for Olympia Coffee's latest retro inspired creation: "Little Buddy." Following the success of Big Truck Espresso, Oliver Stormshak and the gang at Olympia wanted to create a great coffee that was specifically roasted for brewing in your old school home drip machine. Incorporating a smooth, full bodied coffee with strong notes of caramel, this timeless cup brings forth to modern day a renewed sense of youthful exuberance. Little Buddy was inspired by the feeling of freedom you had when you were 16 and got the keys to your first car. In Oliver's family, the memory started the day that he watched his older sister, Bridgette, get the keys to the 1982 Honda Civic as featured on the bag. Young Oliver watched in awe as she slid behind the wheel, pondering the possibilities…The adventure of one day leaving the suburbs and entering the great unknown. She named her car "Little Buddy" as it became her reliable companion. Let this coffee be your companion in life's journey. Friends, raise your mug to the Honda Civic, Mustang, Pinto, Camaro or even station wagon of your past. It does not matter what it was as much as where it took you in life. Carry On! This is a fun right quote.
  November 04, 2013
Medium Light / Organic, Sustainable
 
 
Bird Rock Coffee - Ethiopia Guji Zone
Bird Rock Coffee
Ethiopia Guji Zone
$17.99 / 12 oz.
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This is a fun left quote. 95 Points on Coffee Review?! KAPOW! Bird Rock coffee is on fire with their latest micro-lot offering, Guji Zone, Ethiopia. Heather Brisson and Nick Berardi at the roastery say it is flying out the doors at Bird Rock. They can barely roast it fast enough to fill orders. Take note, GoCoffeeGo customers, there is a reason Chuck Patton's small La Jolla roastery, Bird Rock Coffee, stole the thunder from other competing roasters in 2012 to get a place on our website. Chuck sources great coffee and goes to great lengths, traveling the world to get the primo beans and micro-lot coffees. He is a part of the elite group on GoCoffeeGo that makes travel a part of his life. When he cupped Guji, he fell in love. Guji is an intense coffee. Every aspect of it is intense. It is great, all across the board. Some coffees will have only one or two standout characteristics, like a nice acidity and a fine body or huge sweetness. When popping open a bag of Guji, it smells great. You notice a syrupy sweetness and deep fruitiness in aroma. When you brew it up, it really shines in pour over, cone filter or a Chemex. In an a French Press I would expect it to be even more intense. The flavors come in layers. When it is hot, you get floral, dried blueberry and fruit flavors out of it. As it cools, you notice the deepness of the profile with flavors like lycée and custardy chocolate. I advise everyone to try drinking it straight, without milk. This is a coffee that will get the coffee with milk drinkers to switch to drinking coffee black. We love this one. Brilliant! This is a fun right quote.
  April 15, 2014
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