Our beloved Temple Coffee has created a beautiful pulped natural espresso that everyone is buzzing about. Welcome, Suke Quoto! This single-origin espresso is pure joy. Grab your portafilter, pull a shot, and get ready for a soft velvety cup with super-duper thick crema. The dreamy flavor reminds me of a decadent piece of 90% dark chocolate. I taste no bitterness, only love. It is not only great as a cappuccino but also is hugely popular brewed as an Americano. Try this now. It is flying off the shelves at Temple.February 26, 2021
Like many, I have been in isolation, keeping awake and cozy with never ending cups of coffee. Yes, it is good to be Peaberry! One of my recent favorites comes from one of our newest roasters, Third Wave Coffee. Out of many auditioning roasters, they won our hearts with their Trifecta espresso. What a great shot to pull indeed! Yummy sweet caramel, peanut butter and cherry notes make this a tremendous house espresso. Trifecta is popular not only at Third Wave but now with GoCoffeeGo customers. After one order, we are seeing customers agree, as many have put this espresso in their Autoship for reoccurring delivery and for good reason. It is simply wonderful.
November 17, 2020
If you asked an astronomer to tell you about the Milky way, they would probably say it is a barred spiral galaxy, about a hundred and fifty thousand light-years across, and that we live in a small part of the galaxy called the Orion Arm. But if you were to ask me, the great Professor Peaberry, the same question, I would say it is a dreamy spiral of dark and heavy chocolate and caramel deliciousness in my cup! Milky way is great as a straight espresso but truly shines in a creamy cloud of steamed milk in my latte cup. This intergalactic espresso blend put Demitasse’s cafes on the map in Southern California. One sip will have you swirling back into sweet childhood type flavors. This is destined to become a GoCoffeeGo favorite and top seller. Try this fantastic new roaster today.
May 26, 2020
Medium / Sustainable, Dir. Trade
I know the last thing you need right now is to hear someone crowing about something, as you climb the walls from cabin fever.. But crow, I will! Red Rooster was a surprise hit that we found via a 15 roaster submission and after 2 days of endless cupping, this Virginia roaster came out a winner, earning a spot on GoCoffeeGo. Not only is their packaging splashy but more importantly, their coffee is great. The single origin coffees are amazing. We pulled Old Crow Cuppa Joe shots on our La Marzocco GS3 and they came out fantastic. Old Crow is a smooth and chocolatey coffee with a rich full body. You will never be bored with this versatile blend. Brew it anyway that suits your mood. It can be brewed via drip, to pour over to espresso. It earned a 93 point score from our friends at Coffee Review, as well. Try this great coffee and you too will be crowing about Red Rooster.
April 13, 2020
Medium / Organic, Fair Trade
The ever popular Barefoot Redcab Brazil Espresso is a classic mainstay that always hits the mark. For me, it is always on Target! Delightful childlike flavor notes tickle my sweet tooth. Milk Chocolate, Hazelnut and Caramel notes really deliver. Redcab is wonderfully heavy bodied and round with an outstanding crema finish that will make you come back for more. It is an office favorite for many of you, especially when the weather gets chilly. Try this wonderful and comforting snuggly cup of sweet love.
November 06, 2019
Dark / Relationship, Dir. Trade
Outstanding! I consider myself quite the Aficionado, Klatch Coffee has created an out of this world -- out of body experience in a cup. A recollection: As I peddled my way through Northern Italy on my bicycle, back in my fool-hardy days, I came across an espresso bar and a lovely barista, as sweet and delicate as this, she had balance too, just as this, and has a soft aftertaste -- oh this one is just like Sofia-- ahh... My friends a must have! Not only has Mike produced amazing progeny, including his daughter Heather who is a world Barista Champion, he also produces amazing roasted coffee!
August 02, 2019
Clang your Tibetan singing bowl. Temple's Dharma Espresso will transform you. You may think I am crazy, or jacked up on caffeine but I believe man's understanding of the dharma of inanimate things and the universe will be clearer with each sip. Okay, maybe that is stretching it a bit, but this is a great espresso. It is a perfect mix of Latin America and Ethiopian coffees. As straight espresso, it is a more fruit forward shot, with a bit of lively acidity. I like lively. In cappuccino and milk type drinks, it has a silky creaminess. The flavor brings to mind childhood memories. Flavor flashbacks, like those cups of frozen malted ice cream from the baseball game. You know the ones that you eat with a flat wooden spoon? Or maybe it is more like the soft, milky powdery soft notes, like the ones in Whoppers Malted Milk Ball candy. Great as a shot and comforting with cream. Don't be fooled by the name. Dharma may sound Zen but it is sure to get a lot of excitement.
June 28, 2019
Morissa, Morrissa, Morrisa…What can I say? Every call I make to the Barefoot roastery is answered by you. Last week. I called inquiring about Barefoot's latest espresso from Papua New Guinea and you whispered in my ear…Fig, Sweet Jam, Cola berry and leather. Leather?! I gasped and my heart raced. I pleaded for her to stop end my agony. She told me to check the mailbox. I paced in front of the office. At 2 pm the mail came. In it was a bag of Barefoot's Arokara Espresso. I ran to my La Marzocco, opened the bag. The smell was heavenly. With a pull of a shot I was launched to the moon. I want you to all know this this is one amazing expresso. I wished for the larger size bag. That 2.5 pounder. Perhaps I will ask Santa for that. Oh dear. Must I sit on his lap?... The espresso was sweet and complex, like Morissa and had that chocolatey earthy body that warms and comforts so nicely in these colder winter months. It punches through the milk well and the fruit makes it a bright and jammy cup. The leather snaps it into shape. Try this espresso. This could be your new favorite.
December 17, 2017
Ah yes, not too long ago, I was back on my private jet heading to South America in my never-ending search for the holy grail of coffees. On a secret tip from my faithful valet Baldrick, somewhere in the northern region of South America, Doma Coffee was rumored to have a special secret blend of immense chocolate and tobacco notes befitting royalty. Upon touching down in Bogota, I was greeted at the runway by a mysterious woman with skin as dark and lovely as the roasted beans I was searching for. It was immediately obvious she knew why I had come and had expected me. Once off the plane, I waved farewell to my loyal companion and Go-Go dancer entourage, loading my luggage and favorite French press into her jeep. After an hour of enduring rough terrain plus a rather sore bottom, we arrived at her secluded field. Once parked, we proceeded to hike to the top of the hill where her colleagues were busy sorting, blending and roasting the day’s harvest. We sat down together at a small bistro table beside the roasting shed and locking her eyes to mine, she finally spoke. She said her name is Carmela and she had a coffee that would ensnare my senses. Her hands clapped twice and a young boy of 14 appeared with a wooden tray and two cups of this magical liquid. Scrutinizing the contents I could immediately smell the essence of dark chocolate and tobacco lingering in the air like a siren to a lonely sailor. I lifted the cup to my lips and upon my first sip I felt overtaken by the chocolatey passion, knocking me out of my chair. It was as if my clothes were flying everywhere, like Charlie Brown on the receiving end of a speeding fastball. I quickly regained my senses, however, like a Kennedy, I was bewildered to find my pants missing. Seeing me in a rather vulnerable state, Carmela grinned with cheeky approval. Come hither, Carmela! Having satisfied my scrutiny and recovering my favorite bespoke Kent & Haste trousers, I provided Carmela her payment. Now Doma is sharing Carmela’s blend with true coffee aficionados back home. Suffice to say this decadent roast is, to say the least, Peaberry Approved.
October 31, 2017
Medium / Dir. Trade, Sustainable
Fresh Crop Bright - (Red Bear Espresso)
$17.00 / 12 oz.
Fresh Crop Bright, formerly known as Red Bear Espresso, is a decadent offering from Mark Barany from Seattle. The flavor notes of Berries, Florals, Citrus and Tropical are sensational! Mark is a true artisan roaster. After meticulously cupping, sampling and choosing only the best beans from all over the world. Originally from New York, Mark moved and lived in Kenya for years. He learned how to speak Swahili and fell in love with African Coffees which set a new course for his life. Moving to Seattle in 1998, he became a barista, then a roaster in 2007 -- just roasting for a few friends. He fine-tuned, tinkered with roasting profiles, then in 2009 purchased his dream roasting equipment and Kuma Coffee was born. From the first sip of his coffee, I knew Mark was a coffee rock star in the making. Through the years, each and every cup of his offerings have blown us away and that is why Mark and Kuma are on GoCoffeeGo. A must brew!
September 04, 2017
Medium Light / Relationship
I am not quite sure why my choices in coffees seem to shift with the change of the seasons. Every year around this time, when the holidays start rolling in and the sky changes colors and darkens, I crave warmth. I am drawn to naughty, sweet childlike flavors in my coffee. I think we all find rich and heavy bodied coffees comforting. I can have a few luscious cups and feel happy but often, as the day goes on, I tend to switch it up. Dallis Bros Unisphere Blend has always been a yummy cup that is light enough to drink all day and still give you the happy sweet cup that you crave. While listed as a light roast, I find it more of a medium-light. The milk chocolate, caramel, plum, nougat and malt flavors could make this one of your year round favorites. It certainly is one of mine!
November 06, 2016
Medium / Fair Trade, Organic