Buy Fresh Roasted To Order Light Roasted Ethiopian Coffee From Specialty Vendors

by PRC Agency PR

The beginnings of coffee are a bit murky, much like a poorly made brew. Many details about the history of coffee have been lost to time, but one thing remains consistent across all accounts: Ethiopia is the likeliest origin of the world’s favorite caffeinated beverage, so it only follows that Ethiopia has spawned some of the best-tasting brews out there.

Many coffee lovers would love to get their hands on authentic Ethiopian coffee. But they’re hard to find, right? Wrong! Because GoCoffeeGo has been in the specialty coffee scene for over a decade, and that’s given them the time and experience to hand-select the most authentic, highest-quality Ethiopian coffees to sell to their customers!

And you can be one of those customers too. Visit to get started!

So, what’s so special about this collection of Ethiopian light roasts? For one, many of them are 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.

For another, they’re all provided by top specialty roasters who know their coffee. These savvy experts also know that the best brews are made with freshly roasted beans, and they’ll ship out your order on the same day it’s roasted. This means you’ll get a nice, fresh bag of Ethiopian coffee delivered right to your doorstep. Sweet!

And it only gets sweeter. Literally! 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. Get a bag for your favorite drip machine, or buy the whole beans to grind yourself - that’s the beauty of GoCoffeeGo.

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. It really doesn’t get any better than beans harvested from coffee plants that have evolved in the region for millennia.

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.

And it’s not hard to see why. With so many sweet, delicious roasts in store, you’ll be able to get a taste of every flavor of coffee that Ethiopia has to offer…and more! Because one cup of GoCoffeeGo’s coffee will never be enough. Just take it from the millions of customers they’ve served.

Bring a piece of Ethiopia into your kitchen today. Visit to get started!

GoCoffeeGo LLC 2027 Fillmore Street Suite GoCoffeeGo, San Francisco, CA 94115, United States Website Phone +1-415-225-6544

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