Dancing Goats Espresso

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Dancing Goats Espresso
Dancing Goats Espresso is listed in the Restaurants category in Olympia, Washington. Displayed below are the social networks for Dancing Goats Espresso which include a Facebook page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of Dancing Goats Espresso on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 89.

Contact information for Dancing Goats Espresso is:
111 Market St NE
Olympia, WA 98501
(360) 528-8555
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Ben and Rusty throwdown with @AeroPressHQ - come see if inverted wins? #CoffeeExpo2017 https://t.co/8Uh7do8dVu


Come get some #ColombiaNariño knowledge dropped on 'ya with Meredyth @BonavitaWorld ! https://t.co/A40EUASuqR


Come taste all the amazing @AeroPressHQ with @AnnotatedPress and @rustyobra booth 909 @SpecialtyCoffee https://t.co/luD8GcxGjx


Teamwork #BatdorfCoffee @sca #SCAExpo2017 https://t.co/LqrjpWRPUd


The user specs for home brewers on the @BrevilleUSA makes our Nariño shine! @SpecialtyCoffee #SCAExpo2017 twitter.com/i/web/status/8…


Starting on Monday, we will begin shipping out this amazing Organic Bolivian Peaberry- our second year offering this fantastic coffee from one of the most unique origins- https://www.batdorfcoffee.com/organic-bolivia-buena-vista-peaberry.html?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=2017-bolivia-buena-vista-launch
A fully washed Organic Peaberry from the Caranavi region of Bolivia. This Typica Caturra variety is light and clean in the cup with caramel notes that linger momentarily before a molasses finish.

Making great coffee taste great at home takes a little extra work- but anyone can do it with some coaching. Here are some cheat sheets for you to use at home when brewing Batdorf Coffee.
Even coffee professionals make coffee brewing blunders on occasion and with coffee, even small mistakes can make a stellar coffee less than great.


We start roasting this limited availability coffee on Monday: Colombia Nariño Finca El Paraiso- A fully washed coffee, sun dried and determined by jury to be among the best from the region. The cup is sweet and balanced with a sugary mouthfeel and flavors of citrus blossom. Some of the finest coffees in the world come from Colombia and this is an example of what can be achieved by the best producers. In a country that is known for exceptional coffee, the competition is stiff, but the results can be remarkable. https://www.batdorfcoffee.com/colombia-narino-finca-el-paraiso.html
The cup is sweet and balanced with a sugary mouthfeel and flavors of citrus blossom. This is a great example of why I’ve found that some of the best coffees in the world come from Colombia.