Roaster's Choice: Single Origin Espresso Coffee | GoCoffeeGo

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We've been asked a few thousand times for our single origin espressos to be available on our website. So we decided to give the people what they want. Each week we select a coffee from our lineup that we think will taste brilliant as espresso; something sweet, clean and easy to extract. We tend to stick to the milk chocolate end of the spectrum, picking coffees from Central and South America. As our coffee lineup changes so often, you can expect the SOE we choose to change with it. And even though this single origin espresso coffee is roaster's choice, we promise you are going to love what you get!

Kuma Coffee

Single Origin Espresso Roasters Choice

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We've been asked a few thousand times for our single origin espressos to be available on our website. So we decided to give the people what they want. Each week we select a coffee from our lineup that we think will taste brilliant as espresso; something sweet, clean and easy to extract. We tend to stick to the milk chocolate end of the spectrum, picking coffees from Central and South America. As our coffee lineup changes so often, you can expect the SOE we choose to change with it. And even though this single origin espresso coffee is roaster's choice, we promise you are going to love what you get!

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Established:
2007
Owners:
Peter Mark Ingalls
Awards:
2015 Good Food Award Winner
2014 Good Food Award Winner
2013 Kuma's Red Bear - 2nd Place, America’s Best Espresso
Multiple Coffee Review 93+ scores
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Kuma means bear in Japanese. The founder of the company spent time in Japan before moving back to the states and adopting a big shaggy dog that looked like a bear, so they named it Kuma. Years later came the coffee company and they named it after their dog.

Kuma Coffee started as a guy roasting coffee in his garage in Seattle, Washington. A guy with a passion to find coffee that tasted excellent, roast it very carefully, and get that coffee into people's hands. It was not about how shiny the package was, it was about how delicious the coffee inside it tasted.

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