Living in New York is a one of a kind of experience. Our days always run long and our mornings always come knocking a bit too early. To support this lifestyle, on average we consume nearly seven times more coffee than anyone else in the world. Coffee gives us the energy and acuity to do … Read moreGOffee the Good Coffee Company!
As many of you know. GOffee is the first coffee company to deliver the same drink one would order from his/her favorite coffee shops right to their desk at work. Our exciting new venture offers companies a low-cost yet powerful way to keep employees happier, engaged and more productive! In less than a year we … Read moreUpdate On StartEngine – Investors are Excited
In the age of delivery where convenience and efficiency reign supreme, most morning beverage runs are still stuck in the past: with long lines and added confusion from mobile orders being prepared alongside in-person purchases. A new service called Goffee (like “go-coffee”) combines on-demand delivery with third-party curation to create a morning-coffee subscription service for … Read moreThe Uber of Coffee
Reuben Villagomez, a physics teacher turned expert coffee roaster, talks about the process of roasting coffee, the emerging roasting scene in New York and his plans for a Goffee signature brew. How does roasting coffee work in a city like New York? “It’s changed a lot. It used to be that in order to start … Read moreBehind the Grind with Reuben Villagomez
New York has a coffee problem. The United States imports over $4 billion of coffee per year and New York City, by far the country’s largest consumer of java, can’t seem to get enough of it. The Big Apple boasts over 3,300 coffee shops and average consumption of Joe is increasing. Coffee is as much … Read moreNew York’s Coffee Problem
What’s the difference between cold brew and regular iced coffee? Cold brew is made by steeping coffee grounds in cold or room temperature water for 12 to 24 hours and then filtering it, which results in a smooth, naturally sweet, and slightly chocolate-y flavor profile. Regular iced coffee, on the other hand, is just cooled-down hot … Read moreCold brew vs Iced coffee
Packaging is one of the largest causes of waste in the United States. According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, 29.7% of total waste could be attributed to containers and packaging in 2015, which weighed in at 77.9 million tons. While some may point the finger at plastics, Tim Debus, president and CEO of the Reusable … Read moreWhy reusable food packaging has a promising future
Lovingly named for our first cafe in New York City, The Waverly is Joe’s espresso vanguard. Seasonally driven, but designed to achieve a balance of body and sweetness with lively fruit notes year-round, this espresso is perfect as a straight shot or in milk. We carefully build The Waverly through constant cupping at our Red … Read moreJoe Coffee delivery by GOffee
CBD is a non-intoxicating marijuana extract, which is being credited with helping to treat a host of medical problems, from epileptic seizures to anxiety . This full-spectrum, non-psychoactive oil, filled with cannabinoids can also help regulate and stabilize your body. Although you can take CBD several ways, from vaping to gummies, one unique way to consume … Read moreCBD with your Coffee?
It’s gradually becoming common knowledge that it’s not as easy to recycle your takeaway coffee cup as people may have thought. It’s the mixture of paper and plastic in their inner lining – designed to make them both heat and leakproof – that causes difficulties. There are currently only a small number of specialist plants … Read morePlastic recycling: Why are 99.75% of coffee cups not recycled?