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About Us

About Go Get Em Tiger

Go Get Em Tiger (GGET) and G&B Coffee is a collection of baristas, roasters, chefs, bakers, general managers, product developers, quality control experts, storytellers and more who have dedicated themselves to creating innovative and memorable coffee experiences.

G&B began as a pop-up in the now legendary Sqirl Cafe in LA’s Virgil Village neighborhood in 2012. After the pop-up, G&B found permanent residence at the historic Grand Central Market in May of 2013. About a month later, the first of now four GGETs opened in Larchmont Village.

G&B was founded by Charles Babinski and Kyle Glanville in 2012. Charles and Kyle have deep roots in specialty coffee that go back more than a decade and their resumes are highlighted by extended stints with some of the industry’s best companies in addition to a United States Barista Championship title for each of them.

The GGET story is not just about Kyle and Charles. Its about the brilliant team powering those coffee experiences and the community that has formed around its outposts.

And the name? Go Get Em Tiger recognizes what coffee means for most of us. Its the moment we take to enjoy and become alive for the day that lies ahead. Coffee is the thing you do before the thing you do, and we’re here to help you get off to the right start.

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Coffee Matrix

GGET’s Flavor FieldTM is a visual tool for comparing our different coffee.

Coffee Matrix
It’s deceptively simple, but takes into account development, origin, process, and everything else that gives a bean a winning relationship with your palate.
LightDark
Dark and light describe how we roast our beans. A dark roast tends to impart richer, sweeter flavors, whereas a light roast keeps flavors bright and complex.
EarthyCitric
Earthy and citrus flavors originate in everything that influences a coffee bean pre-roast: its processing method, its region of origin, and its genetics.
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