GO CLEAN

Stop Coffee Go is a chain of Vietnamese coffee shops aiming to create ‘a world where coffee is clean and safe for the health‘.

on March 28,2017 07:00 AM

GO CLEAN

It says no to chemicals and chemical fertilisers, using only organic fertilisers and micro-organism fertilisers in each stage of processing. Wet processing methods and screening techniques are employed post-harvest to remove 99% of coffee beans of poor quality. The company also has techniques for roasting, grinding, and packaging coffee beans that are unique in the world.

Stop Coffee Go has been established by a group of coffee experts with vast experience, passion and a desire to pursue the task. Substantial time and effort has been spent on research and creating clean product lines that suit the tastes of different coffee drinkers.

It now has coffee shops at Tan Son Nhat International Airport, Cam Ranh Airport, and Phu Bai Airport in Hue, as well as other shops and showrooms around Vietnam. Its newest and largest showroom has just opened at 117 Hong Ha Street in HCMC’s Tan Binh district (near the airport) on 2,000 sq m, with a café, a beautiful garden and a nice space to display all its coffee products. Here you can enjoy a variety of tastes, such as High-class Original, with 100% Arabica, Espresso, Original AC, with a mix of Arabica and Robusta, and Original Culi Rosbusta.

STOP COFFEE GO

Vincom Go Vap, 12 Phan Van Tri St., Go Vap Dist., HCMC

Tel: (08) 6681 8109

117 Hong Ha St., Tan Binh Dist., HCMC

Tel: (08) 2242 0909

Tan Son Nhat International Airport

Tel: (08) 6286 7275

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