Customers will now have more options than ever when browsing GoCoffeeGo’s online store for light-roasted Ethiopian coffees. Like all products sold on GoCoffeeGo’s website, the new coffees are roasted to order on the same day they are to be shipped, ensuring that customers will be able to enjoy their coffee fresh.
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The featured coffees in the newly expanded collection of Ethiopian light roasts are all naturally processed. This is a method that keeps the coffee bean in contact with the cherry as it dries, allowing the bean to absorb more organic compounds from the fruit it is encased in. Coffee processed this way typically tastes fruitier and has a heavier body than washed coffee.
The most recent addition to this collection is the Ethiopia Anderacha Natural, a roast provided by Bird Rock Coffee. This coffee comes from heirloom plants grown on the Abana Estate, which is renowned for the Ethiopian coffees it produces. The cherries are hand-picked, sorted, and allowed to ripen for an additional 48 hours before being dried, resulting in an aromatic and floral brew with notes of chamomile, peach, cherry pie, white chocolate, and orange liqueur.
Another coffee that GoCoffeeGo has added to its catalog is Temple Coffee’s Ethiopia Halo Beriti Single Origin Espresso. The beans used for this roast originate from the Yirgacheffe region and are harvested from sustainably grown Dega and Wolisho cultivars, yielding a juicy coffee with notes of blueberry, mandarin orange, and black tea. This coffee is ideal for espressos, but GoCoffeeGo also offers it in other grind sizes.
Barefoot Coffee’s Ethiopia Limu Nigusse Lemma, which GoCoffeeGo also sells on its website, is a roast notable for its nutty aroma and notes of dark chocolate, raspberries, and lime. This coffee originates from a family-owned farm located at a high elevation, where native cultivars of coffee plants are organically grown beneath the shade of old-growth trees.
GoCoffeeGo is proud to offer many other premium coffees from award-winning roasters, farmers, and producers. The company has been in business for over a decade and remains one of the most highly acclaimed purveyors of specialty coffee.
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