GoCoffeeGo’s latest medium-roast Colombian espressos are ideal for automatic JURA coffee machines, and they are also suitable for drip coffee, French press, and other brewing methods. Among the expanded selection are coffees produced on certified fair-trade organic farms in Colombia, with information about their origins readily available to customers.
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Like all of their other products, the latest additions to GoCoffeeGo’s inventory are hand-selected from the industry’s top roasteries, and this expansion goes in line with the company’s mission to make niche specialty roasts more accessible to coffee drinkers nationwide.
GoCoffeeGo offers the Colombia Sur de Bolivar as one of the classic choices in its collection of Colombian coffee. This washed coffee is provided by Victrola Coffee, a roastery that often establishes direct relationships with its coffee producers; the coffee itself originates from the remote Sur de Bolivar community and is grown at elevations of up to 1,800 m.a.s.l. Ideal for espressos, this medium-light roast has notes of pear, lemon, and walnut.
Another notable coffee is the Colombia Carlo Andres Hueje FTO, which is roasted and provided by Third Wave Coffee. This certified fair-trade organic roast comes from heirloom cultivars of coffee plants grown at high altitudes in nutrient-rich volcanic soil. The coffee beans they produce impart a sweet flavor to the beverage, with notes of passion fruit, pink lemonade, and plum.
For a decaf option, GoCoffeeGo recommends Roseline Coffee’s Decaf Palanadas – Colombia. Sourced from various small producers in Tolima and Huila, this coffee is decaffeinated using ethyl acetate, a naturally occurring plant compound derived from sugar cane, and this process removes the caffeine from the bean without altering its original flavor. The resulting beverage is a juicy, sweet coffee with hints of blackberry jam and chocolate.
GoCoffeeGo’s extensive selection of coffee includes many other new Colombian espressos, along with Ethiopian, Brazilian, Indonesian, and other hard-to-find varieties of coffee. Having been in business since 2008, the company is proud to remain the largest online marketplace for specialty coffee.
A satisfied customer said: “I started buying from GoCoffeeGo over a year ago, and I have had a great experience with them. They have a wide variety of coffees from different roasters. When I have questions, the owners are personable and helpful.”
Interested parties can learn more by visiting https://www.gocoffeego.com/search?q=Espresso
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